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Connection of Casing built in Input Leads to PCB

I need to connect casing built in(front input)mic/GND/Phone-L/Phone-R/ leads to PCB.Thanks.

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I have the same problem... any solution..??

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Re: Connection of Casing built in Input Leads to PCB

The manual for the MB will have a diagram. Google for the manual if you don't have it.

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