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MSI 915o comboAudio front panel

Pls.. can u give me front panel audio jack settings

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  • sawana Jan 03, 2008

    My front panel comes with

    Left audio+ret (double female sockets)
    Right audio + ret (double)
    Grnd (one female)
    Mic + ret (double)

    but according to the manual's diagram there's no pin for mics.
    I tried several times now audio is somewhat OK (but left still not)

    How can i connect the mic? & left audio?
    can you give me a clear diagram.

  • sawana Jan 04, 2008

    thanks for your answer,
    but the thing is,
    When i go to my sound & audio device properties it shows two devices
    Sound Playback - C-media rear panel
    C-media front panel

    Sound recording - C-media rear panel

    C-media front panel

    when i go to front panel on recording it gives separate mic &CD volume controls.
    it means the mother board supports two audio devices for both playback and recoding.....
    I think in that case I can use another mic input for front panel also... pls help.

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Some cases come with a Mic & speaker jack/ cable. These jacks sit within the case. Rather than using the rear Mic which is (colored pink) & speaker (colored green). These 2 colored cables run from the front of the case & out through an emty hole in the back of the case. Which you connect them to the rear of the boards Mic in (pink) & sound (green). Now you can use your front audio jacks for both mic & sound. This may sound strange but I have come across many cases just like this. Its not uncommon to have 2 front usbs & a 1394 connect on to the board as well. Without your manual I'm sorry I can not help you fauther.

Posted on Jan 02, 2008

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso Jan 03, 2008

    Your board does not support front Mic.

    Support Universal Audio Jack (only Front Audio Jack)

    What I do is buy a 3 way splitter & connect one end into the back of the PC (sound out put). Than connect my speaker to 1 of the two split ends, connect the headset (audio out) to the other (sound out). Plug the headset mic into the jack at the back of the PC. Link to your board.http://www.msicomputer.com/product/p_spe...

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