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front panel sound.. please help

Discussion in 'Hardware Q&A' started by krishnenduk, Feb 16, 2006.

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    krishnenduk New Member

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    hi,

    My motherboard is MSI 915G Combo. It has CMEDIA AZALIA sound chip which supports multistreaming functionality. The sound output can be taken from frontpanel as well as backpanel audio connectors. But the frontpanel connectors are provided as pins in this motherboard. I got a Mercury KM08 ATX cabinet which has frontpanel ports. But how can I connect the pins?? The cabinet have wires to connect the pins to frontpanel.

    There are 7 wires for front panel connectors in cabinet which are


    1) Line out FR
    2) Line out RR
    3) Line out FL
    4) Line out RL
    5) MIC IN(R)
    6) GND
    7) MIC Power (L)


    In my mobos manual the front pannel connection design is given as,


    Pin1 - PORT 1L - Analog port 1-left channel
    Pin2 - GND - Ground
    Pin3 - PORT 1R - Analog port 1- Right channel
    Pin4 - PRESENCE# - Active low signal
    Pin5 - PORT 2R - Analog Port 2-Right Channel
    Pin6 - SENSE1_RETIRN - jack detection return from front pannel jack1
    Pin7 - SENSE_SEND - jack detection sense line
    Pin8 - KEY - connector key
    Pin9 - PORT 2L - Analog Port2-left channel
    Pin10 - SENSE2_RETIRN - jack detection return from front pannel jack2




    Please help me to connect the pins to the frontpanel connectors of the cabinet!!!!
     
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    Keith Sebastian New Member

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    Someone here had posted an identical query and I'd replied in detail. Try the forum search feature. Hope you find what you're looking for.

    Cheers,
    Keith
     
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    that was me...

    but i want to know about the mic connections... and about the jack sensing in
    detail........
     
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