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    Help Wiribng front panel plaease!

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    MSI REMINDS YOU
    If you dont want to connect to the front audio header,pins 5 &6, 9&10 have to be jumped in order to have a signal output directed to the rear audio ports. otherwise, the lineout connector on the back will not be functional

    tia!

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    Original Poster

    what connectors go where!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    the bottom half is the wires! from front panel

    the top bit is mobo book diagram!

    looks like something from indiana jones to me :?

    [SIZE=2]The plug on the end of the audio connector (coming from the front panel on the case) is usually marked with GND, VCC etc. so you know where to plug it in onto the mobo.[/SIZE]
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    [SIZE=2]It shouldn't be as complicated as it first appears.[/SIZE]
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    Original Poster

    they are all seperate!!!

    lol if it was 1 block id be ok!!

    anyone help me!!!

    Do all the separate cables not have written on the end (the end that plugs into the MOBO) what they are? On my computer, each cable had GND, VCC etc. on it so all you had to do was work out which pin on the actual motherboard corresponds to the diagram.

    Also have you located the pins on the mobo itself that are for front panel audio?

    Original Poster

    look at the pic in first post

    bottom half is what cables i have and what they say on them and top is the mobo fdiagram

    yer i found it on acctuall mobo!

    not sure I'm afraid then.

    what make is the case (or front panel)?

    Perhaps the manufacturer has details on their website.

    Original Poster

    i dunno it!

    lol just pccase! all the box had on

    ok well at a guess...

    * these may be the other way round

    AUD_GND connects to G
    AUD_MIC connects to mic in *
    AUD_MIC_BIAS connects to mic power *

    by the looks of it the speaker plugs won't connect on as the plug ends, so you may have to pull the plastic block off the end and stick the individual pins on. you may then be able to get the speakers to work with a bit of trial and error.

    note: i think only one of the speakers needs to connect to AUD_VCC (so the corresponding pin from the other speaker's wire will not be used).

    Were you drunk when you wrote the title to this thread??

    Ian182

    Were you drunk when you wrote the title to this thread??



    it Does helep if you are durunk to reead it, hiis front panel has a wiribng prolbem - got it :w00t: rihgt. :roll:

    Original Poster

    no just in a rush i tried to change it but it wont!

    dont post unless its helpful!

    Well I've pretty much saturated the advice I can provide.

    Antj87

    dont post unless its helpful!



    Helpful

    lol

    helpful

    Pin 1 = Mic In
    Pin 2 = Ground
    Pin 3 = Mic Power
    Pin 4 = Not Connected
    Pin 5 = Audio Right
    Pin 6 = Audio Right Return
    Pin 7 = Not Connected
    Pin 8 = Not Present
    Pin 9 = Audio Left
    Pin 10 = Audio Left Return

    Simple.

    Browni

    Pin 1 = Mic InPin 2 = GroundPin 3 = Mic PowerPin 4 = Not ConnectedPin 5 = … Pin 1 = Mic InPin 2 = GroundPin 3 = Mic PowerPin 4 = Not ConnectedPin 5 = Audio RightPin 6 = Audio Right ReturnPin 7 = Not ConnectedPin 8 = Not PresentPin 9 = Audio LeftPin 10 = Audio Left ReturnSimple.

    Yes that's the simple bit. But the cables to his front panel aren't labelled for the pin they connect to.

    Original Poster

    well that is how i got em now i think!

    and its not working unless the device has seperate power!

    markwills

    Yes that's the simple bit. But the cables to his front panel aren't … Yes that's the simple bit. But the cables to his front panel aren't labelled for the pin they connect to.


    Don't get me wrong, but if they aren't labelled, why has he got them on his original picture post?

    Antj87

    well that is how i got em now i think!and its not working unless the … well that is how i got em now i think!and its not working unless the device has seperate power!


    That's because your case does not support powering the speakers...

    The VCC connection is for powering, but the cables you have from the case don't have that option.
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