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PC speaker 2 wire / 4 wire

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by JonathanAnon, May 6, 2005.

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  1. JonathanAnon

    JonathanAnon Banned Thread Starter

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    Hi Hope someone can help.

    I have board SOYO K7VTA PRO motherboard. It has a four pins on the board where you can put a four-pin speaker. I have a two-pin speaker. Is there anything I can do to convert the two-pin to four-pin.

    And what's the difference between the two anyway?

    Thanks,
    Jonathan
     
  2. Lurker1

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    If you are talking about hooking up the case speaker to the motherboard then there is no difference. The regular (four pin plug) just uses two of the pins anyway. You can try cutting your plug in two and just connecting the two pins where they need to go on the system board connections.
     
  3. JonathanAnon

    JonathanAnon Banned Thread Starter

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    Thats what I suspected, Lurker. Thanks.
    I'll rewire it and stick it onto the board.

    Issue Closed.

    thanks again.
    Jonathan
     
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