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I have a Sound Blaster 16 Pro (CT4170) sound card. I have heard you can redirect the PC's internal speaker noise through the sound card so it plays from your nicer speakers.
I also see a two pin Jumper #4 called PC_SPK on the sound card. How do I send the motherboards four pin but two wires to this PC_SPK jumper set? Or is that completely wrong and it should be done some other way?
The 2 outer pins of the four pins on *********** board are the + and - pins for the speaker.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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