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Connection of Casing built in Input Leads to PCB

I need to connect casing built in(front input)mic/GND/Phone-L/Phone-R/ leads to PCB.Thanks.

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I have the same problem... any solution..??

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The manual for the MB will have a diagram. Google for the manual if you don't have it.

Posted on Mar 02, 2007

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I noticed that Avaya headset is different from the Avaya handset or any other standard headset: The outer two pins are switched.

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WANT TO KNOW WHERE TO PUT MY AUDIO LEADS BACK IN THERE PINS ON THE MOTHERBOARD

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Asus p5pe-vm front panel audio connector (10-1 pin FP_audio)

Look this picture below, this is ASUS P4VM front panel.
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Hpe its solve your problem....


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Microphones not working

check the mic input volume
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Right speaker stops working

A couple of years later, but maybe this will be useful to someone:
1. Disconnect the cables (input, power, 2nd speaker).
2. Undo the two screws on the base of the casing.
3. The two knobs can be pulled off. Underneath there are two nuts that hold the spindles to the casing. Undo these.
4. The fabric cover is a push fit. Prise it off the front. If needed, use a (non-metal) tool that won't damage the plastic casing.
5. Under the cover, the two top holes contain screws - undo these.
6. Four screws hold the actual speaker to the casing. The two lower ones are slightly longer and also hold the casing together. Note this for reassembly.
7. You can now gently part the front and rear parts of the speaker housing.
8. To completely separate the parts, you need to disconnect the red and black wires that go the the speaker. The are push fit 'spade' type connectors - a tight fit, but removable.

My problem is similar - loss of left channel. I think the problem is in the headphone socket as wobbling it or inserting non-conducting objects can temporarily restore the channel. These sockets switch off the speaker when you plug in the jack, so I think the switch is faulty. I plan to desolder this part to inspect, repair, replace or bridge the connection and do without the socket.

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Front audio in casing

The front panel audio for this board is labelled FP_AUDIO and is on the bottom left hand side of the board. See page 39 of the following; http://dlsvr03.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5PE-VM/e2609_p5pe-vm.pdf They're all labelled correctly. In your case, L-out - Mic2_L, L-ret - Mic2_R etc
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Asus p5pe-vm front panel audio connector (10-1 pin FP_audio)

F_AUDIO <==> CASE
1- PORT_1L == MIC_IN
3- PORT_1R == MIC_PWR
5- PORT_2R == R_OUT
9- PORT_2L == L_OUT
-------------- OTHER SIDE ------------- (case wire)
2- GND
4- GND (other)
6- R_Return
8- key
10- L_Return
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