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    Ok this is the card that I have, what type of connector do I need to connect to my rca connections on the back of my Head Unit? Also on the board not sure if you can see it but there is SPDIF.


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    3.5mm earphone type jack to RCA, plug them into the 3 jacks all above one another next to the usb sockets

    Nice motherboard by the way, and what type of power supply will you be using ?
    Nano ITX / 512 MB / 60 GB / Panasonic slot load / M1-ATX / Bu303 / Sound blaster 24 / PPi amps / rockford sub

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    • #3
      What board is that?

      Oh, and do you plan to run 4/5 channel audio, or just stereo? This will determine which and how many of the regular audio output you will use. (I am assuming that this board does multi-channel audio.)
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      • #4
        if he did plan to run 4/5 channel audio how would he do that then?!?

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        • #5
          Some motherboards and soundcards have 4/5 channel audio out. Usually if you use it then the audio in or microphone in plugs become outputs.
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          • #6
            Looks like an Abit IC7-MAX3...
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            • #7
              Your right on the mondy about the Abit, I got a good deal on newegg I got 2 one for home and car. The board is 6 channel I believe. Still go with the RCA?

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              • #8
                It has to be RCA. i don't know of any car amplifiers that take spdif. But as I was saying, depending on if you just want stereo audio (2 channel) or more, you will use either 1 RCA cable (for stereo), 2 RCA cables (for 4 channel), or 3 RCA cables (for 6 channel). It's all how you want it set up, and how much of an audiophile you are.
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