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Mario Mira Posted on Sep 12, 2007
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I have a abit motherboard KN9 SLI and I can not find the way to connect the sound cables from the case to the motherboard. Speaker port on motherboard it's different from case cables. Do you know how? Thanks Mario

  • Mario Mira Sep 13, 2007

    Thank you very much, but I had a port on the motherboard that refers to HD SOund and one configuration to the onboard sound CA97 or something like that so I just followed the connections of those pins and so far it seems like it's working fine.

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Hi, if this is only the case speaker cable you are asking about, then just use a small pair of side cutters and cut the plug apart and plug the red and black cable on seperately. Regards mistyman

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