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turtle beach santa cruz to front panel audio
sound card to case
edptopc




msg:1569032
 11:53 pm on Dec 1, 2004 (gmt 0)

Want to connect my sound card line-out, mic in and
line in to front panel audio connectors on case. How can this be done if at all. Thanks

 

HughMungus




msg:1569033
 4:01 am on Dec 3, 2004 (gmt 0)

If you got the right sound card, it *should* have internal connectors to go from the sound card to the front connectors. If not, you can just kludge it and run the cables from the back of the sound card back into the computer.

edptopc




msg:1569034
 7:39 pm on Dec 3, 2004 (gmt 0)

I know there is a 1x10 pin header connector on the Santa cruz, it is defined everywhere as 'for internal use' without any definition for the pin layout. I know Dell uses it in some of their desktops, but i have been unable to find anything, anywhere that shows pin layout. thanks..

HughMungus




msg:1569035
 7:21 pm on Dec 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

There's not a matching connector somewhere on the case?

edptopc




msg:1569036
 10:15 pm on Dec 4, 2004 (gmt 0)

no, i am connecting it to a 5.25 bayone exteme unit in the desktop case. I have the pin layout for the Bayone but not the Sound Card. I will be able to connect the correct wires on the 1x10 if I had the layout of the card.
Other manuf who use the santa cruz, do use the internal use only for there front panel. thanks again.

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