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Old 03-01-2005, 12:56 PM   #1
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I am building my new system and need some help hooking up the audio connections on the case. The wires comming from the cae are:

Line L
Line R
Ear L
Ear R
GND
Mic N
Mic VCC

The Mic n and Mic VCC are connected together. The connections on the motherboard are:

Mic
GND
MIC_BIAS
Power
Front Audio R
Rear Audio R
Reserved
**No Pin**
Front Audio L
Rear Audio L

The case is a Thermaltake Xaser III V2000A
Aluminum Series and the motherboard is Gigabyte GA-K8NXP-SLI. Thanks for any help.

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Old 03-01-2005, 01:28 PM   #2
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Default Re: help with audio connections on case

Obivously, those don't match up. I suspect that the motherboard was made ot have some rear expansion added with a few additional ports. Assuming you don't have this, I'm sure there are ways to work around this...

What I'd probably do is connect the frong L/R to the Ear L/R. Now, I have no clue what those different mic inputs are, so you might have to tinker with them, but I'd connect that to your line in. As for rear...you're at a loss unless you make youreslf another port because I bet the mic port is simply mono. If this is not the case, you could connect the front and rear to the to the ports repectively, if you'd like...
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GND is ground! 0V line so that one can be plugged in simply. Mic Vcc i would imagine is power for the mic, Vcc standing for Voltage Conventional Current (in that it flows from negative to positive) so i would guess at mic_bias or power! GUESS remember, i could easily be wrong! that leaves mic N to Mic. Im not sure on front/rear audio lines. Just guess and try a few, you should be pretty safe that you aint gunna blow you board!!!

let us know how you get on and which ones go to which
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Old 03-01-2005, 05:07 PM   #4
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Ok guys I sent a e mail to Thermaltake and this is how they said to do it:

MIC_BIAS = Mic VCC
Front Audio R = Ear R
Front Audio L = Ear L
Rear Audio R = Line R
Rear Audio L = Line L

Thanks for everyones help.

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