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    Oops, Audigy 2ZS board installation.

    Help, silly I know but I was cleaning in my case and ended up unpluging a white cable from the side of my audigy 2ZS The cable end is split into many little ends and I have no idea in which order they should be connected lol. I cant find any guide on the creative website unusualy. If anyone could enlighten me I would really appreciate the help Rhyth.
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    What socket on the card does it plug into?

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    Does it look like it'll go into this socket?



    If so it's the audio/mic connections for the front of your case and hooks up with the following pins:

    1 - Analog Ground
    2 - Analog Headphone Out Left
    3 - Audio Backpanel Mute -- short to ground to mute the backpanel (when headphones are plugged in)
    4 - Analog Headphone Out Right
    5 - same as #3
    6 - Mic input from front panel
    7 - key pin (shouldn't be there)
    8 - VREF out -- voltage reference for Mic
    9 - MIC IN MUTE -- ground when mic isn't plugged in, +12VDC when mic is plugged in
    10 - Audio cable detect -- will be ground when headphones are plugged in (not normally used)

    ref: devhardware.com forums

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    Crappy image but best I can do at the moment.

    There are six individual pins altogether, which seem to originate from the mob but I havnt been able to check yet. I'm home later so I'll fully investigate then and get back.
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    Canon 50mm 1.8 II £50 +pp
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    That would be your front audio ports probably, they should have marked on them what they are, so jus follow the pin assignments kalniel set out and you should be fine

    Dave

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    Ace, thanks for your input fellas
    Rhyth is selling:
    Tamron 17-50mm F2.8 XR Di ll LD Aspherical (IF) £230 +pp
    Canon 50mm 1.8 II £50 +pp
    Proven good copies.

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