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MOTHERBOARD AUDIO PIN CONNECTIONS

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I need to connect the front plate audio cable pins to the MB.

My motherboard is ms8308e. I assume the audio pinouts will be the same as the ms8328e (if they exist).

There are 5 pins on my MB in an inverted n shape, bottom left is pin 1.

How do i connect the 5 individual mic-in/l-out/grd/r-out/grd connectors to this MB pin arrangement.

The manual mentions the connector but does not attempt to identify the pins.

Hope you can help. Steve.

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  • amitvalunj Jan 02, 2009

    total 5 wires from cabinet 1-GND,2-L,3-R,4-MIC,5-MIC.where to connect those on the MOTHERBOARD'S front audio port ?

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The pins are pretty much universal, I'm 90% certan that the other one of these is correct for you.

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