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need help identifying jacks


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deicidal_jimbo

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There are 5 jacks on the back of my computer that i don't know what they're used for

ill put them in order

blue, it says "in"
green, "out"
yellow/gold not sure, c/sub
black, "rear"
white, "side"

the first and second jacks have the same symbol, and the last three also have the same symbol, but different than the first one
i would describe the symbols but im not good at describing

Edited by deicidal_jimbo, 22 September 2007 - 08:52 PM.

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blue, it says "in"
green, "out"
yellow/gold not sure, c/sub
black, "rear"
white, "side"


Please give us the make/ model of your board and we can advise you accordingly.
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This is for your onboard audio. Are you talking about ones that look like this (the ones on the very right)?

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It may look different than this. If yours is separate from the other stuff, then you may have a discrete audio card.

Edited by FPVDriF6, 22 September 2007 - 10:00 PM.

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yea its the ones on the very right
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the white is for the front left and right side speakers.
the black is the front middle center speaker and sub woofer.
the yellow/ gold/ orange is the rear left and right side speakers.
the pink/ red is the microphone in.
the green is line out, usually used for audio devices like a mixing board. most normal people don't need or have to worry about this output.
the blue is the line in, also used by audio devices, which most normal people do not need or have to worry about.
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