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#1 ZephyrJ

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Posted 26 August 2005 - 09:47 PM

Alright, so I'm building a new computer, and the case has two front USB plugs, a Microphone plug and a Headset Plug... I am using a MSI K8N Neo4 Mainboard, and I'm not too sure which plug to plug to which socketmabobber... o_O

Ok, so for my Motherboard I have:

1. AUD_MIC
2. AUD_GND
3. AUD_MIC_BIAS
4. AUD_VCC
5. AUD_FPOUT_R
6. AUD_RET_R
7. HP_ON
8. AUD_FPOUT_L
9. AUD_RET_L

and for my Case I have:

a. SPK-L
b.SPK-R
c. LIN
d. RIN
e. MIC-VCC
f. MIC-IN
g. GND

9 Sockets, 7 Plug Ins.... o_O

Any help is appreciated... Yes.. I did read the user's manual... Pretty vague to be honest...

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#2 legoman786

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Posted 27 August 2005 - 11:11 AM

first, this would go under the HARDWARE topic, and second try connecting AUD_FPOUT_R to SPK_-R and AUD_FPOUT_L to SPK-L. for the MIC, connect AUD_MIC to MIC-IN. hope this helps.

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