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Where is the audio output to front napel?

I want to connect the front headphone and MIC to mother board. But, where is the location pin on the mother board to support it?



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Re: where is the audio output to front napel?

It's right under the rear audio connectors. Audio1: Front panel audio header 10 pin. Two jumpers on it, one on 5 and 6, and the other on 9 and 10.
Pin assignments are as follows:
1- fr pnl mic input signal
2- gnd analog audio
3- mic pwr
4- filtered +5v analog audio
5- rt ch audio to fr pnl
6- rt ch audio return from fr pnl
7- reserved
8- no pin
9- left ch audio to fr pnl
10- left ch audio return from fr pnl

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Re: where is the audio output to front napel?

The ECS page is here;
Enter your model number in the search box and you'll be able to download the manual, which has the info you want.

Posted on Oct 15, 2007

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Pin 1 Left MIC-IN Pin 1 right GROUND
Pin 2 Left MIC VVC (or MIC Power, or MIC BIAS) Pin 2 Right empty
Pin 3 Left R EAR (or R OUT) Pin 3 Right R RETURN
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2 ... ... ... 14
1 ... .. ... 13

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