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I have a socket on the front of my case for headphones to be attached but I dont know what way the connectors attach to my motherboard. The connectors I have are labelled L-RET,R-RET,GROUND,L-OUT,R-OUT and the connections labelled on my m/b are BLINE_OUT_L, Line out_L, BLINE_OUT_R, Line out_R, +5VA, MICPWR, AGND, MIC2. Can anyone tell me what goes where?
I have recently gone through the same situation. My old motherboard had a three pin snap in connection. The new one has the ten pin options. I hooken the three pins up to L-OUT, GROUND, R-OUT. I get sound but only a fraction of what I got under the old setup.