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Front audio connections

Hi ive got a an-m2hd motherboard and a xblade case all it says on the box is 703a-x in the mb book it says

hd audio xblade case

pin 1 mic2 L return r return L gnd
pin 2 agnd mic in mic bias
pin 3 mic 2R spk out L spk out R
pin 4 avcc
pin5 fro R
pin 6 mic2 jd
pin 7 f io sen
pin 9 frol L
pin 10 line 2 jd
please can you help

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Re: front audio connections

OK, let the speaker cable be your guide, its a for pin female connector, form there you should find your way.
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