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Old 07-29-2009, 12:15 PM   #1
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OK, as I said in my other thread, I recently got UV cold cathodes, and have been atempting to make my case look half decent. The cold cathodes have a sound module thingy, with a mic in it. I was wondering, could I take the mic out and solder in a line from my sound card?
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OK, as I said in my other thread, I recently got UV cold cathodes, and have been atempting to make my case look half decent. The cold cathodes have a sound module thingy, with a mic in it. I was wondering, could I take the mic out and solder in a line from my sound card?
Should be able to yes.
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Should be able to yes.
How would I go about doing it? Just rip the mic off and take an audio cable from the headphone out straight into the mic in?
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How would I go about doing it? Just rip the mic off and take an audio cable from the headphone out straight into the mic in?
You could do that.
I would just crop the mic out, solder some leads from that.
Solder some wires to the back of your line out on your sound card.
Get a small connector (http://www.radioshack.com/product/in...ductId=2104017) for both ends. So you can disconnect it later.
Connect the right leads and you should be good to go.
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