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Speakers hi map9966, thanks for your input, however, when i first bought the PC tower the rear speaker port was functionall with stereo, the side speaker ports was not, i rang the manufacturer, he advised me to place a 'jumper' on the mainboard, i forget where now, this enabled one speaker only to work in both the rear and front/side 'sockets'

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Hi ozlion, I have been through the manual for your board & other than the front speaker/mic connector I have not been able to find a jumper to do what you are asking. You can download the manual for yourself at this link. http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/ProductsDetail_Download.aspx?detailid=522&DetailName=Manual&DetailDesc=661GX/800-M%20%20(V1.0B)&CategoryID=1&MenuID=82&LanID=0

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Only some newer boards that handel HD can play stereo front & back at the same time.

Mike

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

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    Mike Peluso Mar 27, 2008

    If you look closely at AUDIO1 in your manual pg. 20. This picture shows the default settings from factory. It looks like there is a jumper going across pin 5&6 and also across pin 9&10. This could be why you had stereo in both speakers (rear audio jack).

    You know your case. I can't see it.

    There is no way to get sound to your front audio jack unless you plug in a front audio connector coming from the case & plugging it onto AUDIO1. So simply moving the default jumpers for the front audio will not send audio to your front audio jack. See where this is going? Just thought of this! Spank me! As I look in my own manual of my board (which is a high end board) I too have the same set of pins (10) with jumpers (different location), exactly like your board & I am not using my front audio. (too easy to break off if left in).

    Strange I'll admitt but true. So using your manual, make sure your jumper is set across as I mentioned. You should gain stereo from your rear audio jack.



    Mike

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Hi ozlion, there are a set of pins dedicated for front sound & mic operations. The fact that your front is loacated on the side of the case is irrelevant. If there was a difference in the sound between the rear jacks as opposed to the side jacks there may be an adjustment one could try but this is not the case. Both side & rear are not putting out through all your speakers.
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