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No, according to intel, it only has:
• Front panel audio connector, including functionality for:
? Line out
? Microphone in Desktop Board Features
• Back panel audio connectors that are configurable through the audio device
? Line in/retasking jack
? Line out/retasking jack
? Mic in/retasking jack
Audio drivers and utilities http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/
u must connect speaker on tv tuner card;s jack. and go in control panel click on sound and audio device than select audio and change sound playback default device.thanx enjoy good luck plz vote on my comments
Hi there, your question has two way you can fix it:
1) see speaker jack circiut on your motherboard, picture here
there are 5 pins to the jack socket, you may just find out 2 and 3 pin which is stereo audio output lines, and also need a ground 5 pin. then connect 3 wires go outside speaker. this way quite tough for you.
if you cannt do this way go next
2) find a USB audio card instead of onboard one. this is very easy.
reference here: http://shop.ebay.ca/?_from=R40&_trksid=p3907.m38.l1313&_nkw=usb+audio+card&_sacat=See-All-Categories
hope help you something fixed, please take a rating let me know how much helped you thanks! keep in touch your question
check the motherboard manual and see if it requires a jumper to enable the audio onboard ( if so get the jumper from your motherboard box and seat it on the correct jumpers in the correct position to enable onboard audio ( assuming its onboard audio that you are using ) If not then ensure your sound card is seated firmly and install the correct drivers ( for either the onboard audio or the dedicated sound card ) and then ensure that the speaker cables are connected to the correct connectors on the sound card ( whether onboard or not ) and make sure windows audio is not muted for any of the auxilary lines ie wave etc and if its realtek ensure that you have 2 speakers selected in the HD Control panel and not head phones.
What card is it? There should be a 4 pin connector on the TV card that looks like the 4 pin connector on a CD Rom drive. There is also one on the motherboard that is labeled Aux or CD. You should have the cable as it should have come with the card, but if not they are cheap at any computer shoppe. Less than 5 dollars. If the card has no connector then it handles audio onboard and you just need to select the audio source in the TV software you are running.