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My case (Antec P150) has two sets of audio wires instead of the single one. It has an Intel standard 10-pin connector and also comes with also 7 individual wires with individual connectors:

RET-L (red)
RET -R (grey)
MIC BIAS (brown)
FROUT-L (blue)
FROUT-R (yellow)
MIC (green)
GND - (black)

The confusing part is the two grounds. My mobo is an Asus A8N-SLI premium and follows the standard fpanel layout:


I called Antec manufacturer and they told me that they need to send me a part to fit my mobo, I got the part yesterday and I have never seen this kind of part. I have no idea how does it work. I have been trying to find more information about this part. The description of the part is a 4-pin with two wires (red and black) connected a ¼ inch height and ½ inch width round black with a very tiny hole in the middle. Any ideas how it works? I uploaded 3 pictures of the part if you unsure what I have tried to describe it.

Hope someone will be able to help me.


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Edited by yosey, 26 March 2006 - 08:25 AM.

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