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Suppliers for female USB connectors found on computer case front panels?

Posted on 2006-06-10
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I peeled the plastic logo off the front of my computer and discovered a couple rectagonal holes where female USB A connectors could go.  The mainboard has USB headers to connect to front panel USB connectors.  I would like to locate suppliers of the female USB A connectors that case manufacturers use so I can install a couple and connect them to the mainboard.  Does anyone know of such suppliers?  TIA.
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Check out FrontX to see if they have something that will work for you. Specifically their do-it-yourself line, but the other pieces can probably be modified to do what you want.

http://www.frontx.com
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glentek,
were any of these suggestions of use to you in rersolving your problem?
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I am awarding the points, although I did not find exactly what I was looking for.  Thanks to all who responded.
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