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    What is this supposed to mean ?*56k*


    I do not understand this, does ths mean if i i can't use both audios (front and rear, obviously not at the same time ?)

    And does anyone know where to find the manual for antec minuet case ? A link would be helpful, can't find it on atec's website.

    And is the onboard gfx of km400 ok for playing games on the net and watching dvd's?

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    I would guess that with front panel audio connectors plugged in - if anything is then plugged into them, the rear connectors won't work - much like your speakers going dead when you plug headphones in.

    Not absolutely certain about that though.
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    I think it means that you can't have the front and rear both connected... if you think about it, having the front connected but nothing plugged into it, then this is essentially the same as not connecting it up and not putting a jumper on it, which it says won't allow the connection on the rear to work...

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    thats right had this prob with my asus board i wanted to enable my front headphone socket called asus and they said i would have to enable all the front stuff and the back would be disabled so i would then have to plug my speakers in the front jack didnt want to do that so i bought some i-trigues with a built in speaker socket lol

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    What if you had front audio sockets that were shorted out (must like having the jumper there) until you plugged something into them?
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    I guess if you got one of those headphone adaptor jacks and soldered it up so that all the separated metal bits became one big metal bit then that would work...either that or have like a 2 way switch mounted on the front, so that you could have the + diverted either to headphones, then back to minus(ie headphone on), or directly to the minus input (ie bypass and enable rear ports)...

    If you could mount the switch then that should be easy and cheap enough to do...

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