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Need Help with Front Audio Ports (Mobo)

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  1. jonnejon

    jonnejon Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    I have been avoiding this issue for awhile. I want to connect the wires into my motherboard that would make my front audio ports work. There is a head phones port and a microphone port. My motherboard is ABIT IS-7. The legend of how to connect the wires are different from the case so I don't know how to.

    Here are the wires that came with the case. They are labeled:
    L In
    L Out
    Mic In
    Ground

    R In
    R Out
    Mic In
    Ground

    I am guessing that the L In is the headphones port because it is on the left side of the motherboard, so the right side would be the microphone.

    I am completely lost. I hope someone can help. I'll post an image of the legend that is in the manual of ABIT IS-7.

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    Can someone tell me which one goes with which? I would really be helpful.

    Thanks.
     
  2. jonnejon

    jonnejon Thread Starter

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    Can anyone help? Please.
     
  3. jonnejon

    jonnejon Thread Starter

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    I really need help, I tried many combinations but still no luck. Can someone who has knowledge about those abbreviations, motherboards, and audio help? Please!!!
     
  4. D-Rock

    D-Rock

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    Try this and see what happens.
    it might work or you might have to keep fooling around with

    mic in pin 1
    mic in pin 3
    L in pin 9
    L out pin 10
    R in pin 5
    R out pin 6
    ground pin 2
    ground pin 11
     
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