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    Quote Originally Posted by l1nk View Post
    Moreover, the mic volume on output section was hidden; I found it hitting the right arrow as you said.
    I figured that would end up being a big reason as to why you didn't see it and try it. I was shocked at first that there was no option until I saw those little arrows.
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    Still have an issue on this microphone problem... I'm not sure if it is due to motherboard software or riderunner itself.
    I muted the line as you suggested but everytime I use volume controls on rr mixer, expecially when turning volume up starting from zero, the muted line automatically unmute itself!

    I tried to look for a rr command to mute permanently some line and found the "exec;mute" that maybe can help. Don't know where to use, I'm still trying to understand why the muted line unmutes itself with no reason and no request by me!

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    Has anyone found an adapter for the S/PDIF Pin Header with or without wiring ? I would like to connect to it for a coaxil output to a 5.1 decoder that I found. Maybe there is an coaxicial back panel header that plugs right in and rides on top of the S-Video.

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    Oh Never mind it looks as though I can retask the back panel audio connectors using the Intel Express Installer CD-ROM. But then I would lose a Mic jack. Hmmpf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technoid View Post
    Has anyone found an adapter for the S/PDIF Pin Header with or without wiring ? I would like to connect to it for a coaxil output to a 5.1 decoder that I found. Maybe there is an coaxicial back panel header that plugs right in and rides on top of the S-Video.
    Simple soldering job, if you want digital coax output (not optical). Take any typical 2 pin cable (HDD activity, power on, reset etc), solder an RCA jack on the two wires and plug them in to the rightmost (looking from the back of the motherboard) two pins of the spdif header.

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    The 2- Pin cable is what I am looking for. The header looks specific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Technoid View Post
    The 2- Pin cable is what I am looking for. The header looks specific.
    The header has standard 0.1mm spacing. Take any old front panel LED/power switch/reset etc cable and chop off one end.

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    Thanks !

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    Is there any way to get a line in if i am already using the three audio jacks? (front rear sub). I need a line in for DAB radio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blade828 View Post
    Is there any way to get a line in if i am already using the three audio jacks? (front rear sub). I need a line in for DAB radio.
    You could check to see if there is a header for front audio jacks?

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