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Turbo Case Mini Server

Alright,

I have this case, this case has the audio cables on the inside. No sound card as of yet, however it also have connectors that would attach to the cdrom and soundcard inside too.

My question is have any of you ever worked with such a case? If so, how in heavens do you move the cables outward?

The audio cables are for connecting to a speaker and I would say the sound card, not 100% on that tho.

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Kyle SchroederEndpoint EngineerCommented:
I'm not sure exactly what you're asking...is this a case with built-in audio ports in the front of the case?  What are the ends of these cables like?  Are they regular 1/8" "mini plug" types like for a cassette player or portable CD player, or is it some kind of square/rectangular plastic plug?

If you have the actual name/model of the case that would help.

-dog*
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NovemberSagAuthor Commented:
Yes, the plugs are like those of a cassette player or cd player.

Yes, the audio ports are in the front, inside of the case.

What I am asking, is has anyone worked with this type of case, and if so, how do you move the plugs from inside of the case to outside, so that I can close the case? Or Will it hurt anything for me to just secure the plugs with a plastic tie?

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Kyle SchroederEndpoint EngineerCommented:
Should be no problem tying them back with zip ties.  It sounds like they designed these cables to be front-panel accessible, which is convenient for some things like a microphone or line-in/out, but not that great for speakers.

-dog*
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NovemberSagAuthor Commented:
I agree, I just wanted to make sure that I could tie them inside, and not have to worry that this may cause a short.
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