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How do DTech4003 Multicard  reader  audio cable pins fit into normal motherboard front panel audio connetor

Posted on 2008-10-17
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Can I locate a diagram that shows how to configure the audio cable strap of the DTech DT 4003 multi card reader with the normal 10 socket  front  audio connector on a motherboard? It's strap is as follows
Flat white (various red codings) audio cable strap ( including (mic-r&l;front r&l; Rearr&l; bass;center;ground))  and these do not  match normal mobo diagrams of front panel audio connector sockets.
The panel front includes mic in(pink); rear out;(green); front out(blue; Cen-bass (orange) 3.5mm sockets
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by:nobus
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it should be listed in your DTech4003 Multicard  reader   manual
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Unfortunately no such manual was with the device. I've just checked the box again.
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Thanks for the link I have used it to email the DTECH "overseas email" section and explained the need foe a diagram. If I get nowhere in the next few days I may need to return to this forum to get some other help. However in the mean time thanks heaps!!
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>>  The panel front includes mic in(pink); rear out;(green); front out(blue; Cen-bass (orange) 3.5mm sockets   <<  after re-reading this seems the front panel itself - but you should connect it to the motherboard audio connector  imho
what mobo do you have ?
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