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    Can you post detailed pictures of connectors?

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    1) workstation
    2) built-in/default windows sounds. (the "HDAUdIO deck" EQ shows activity when using mediaplayer)
    3) 2.5" - 3.5" ata drive adapter. pins removed and soldered directly to it. and soldered to 1/8" jack. wire is 28awg. continuity has been tested w/ a multimeter from end to end with no problems and no shorts.

    I'll see if I can get some good shots for you when I wake up tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pseich0 View Post
    1) workstation
    2) built-in/default windows sounds. (the "HDAUdIO deck" EQ shows activity when using mediaplayer)
    3) 2.5" - 3.5" ata drive adapter. pins removed and soldered directly to it. and soldered to 1/8" jack. wire is 28awg. continuity has been tested w/ a multimeter from end to end with no problems and no shorts.

    I'll see if I can get some good shots for you when I wake up tomorrow.
    1) Are you using headphones? I recommend cheap ones because they'll be powered directly from the motherboard
    2) Try an mp3
    3)Okay, I really need to see this connection. How are you doing this....?

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    It looks like the audio was in fact dead. I managed to find myself another board tonight and got it working right away. For the sake of those that might need this later, and those of you who tried helping me out thus far here's a pic of what did work.



    1 (black) = Right channel line out (pin 5)
    2 (red) = Left channel line out (pin 7)
    3 (black) = A_GND (pin 2)

    you can't see the connection to ground because i stripped it a bit long and it goes to the back side but it's the first pin back there.

    @ratbagu I was using a powered set of logitech speakers. your advice on using un-powered headphones was good though, would probably filter out some noise from amplification at least.
    I'm not sure why trying an MP3 would have made a difference. Especially if I don't even have a decoder installed yet, since I'm using XP with almost everything stripped out of it. A wav is raw sound and almost universal in the sense that any audio player has the ability to play it. Of course a 2 sec "click" from the default sounds isn't a huge help in debugging some output issues.
    ^ just my 2 cents

    I'm just glad I finally have sound from something
    Now i'm off to wiring up power for the LCD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pseich0 View Post
    I'm not sure why trying an MP3 would have made a difference. Especially if I don't even have a decoder installed yet, since I'm using XP with almost everything stripped out of it. A wav is raw sound and almost universal in the sense that any audio player has the ability to play it. Of course a 2 sec "click" from the default sounds isn't a huge help in debugging some output issues.
    I mentioned it only because I was testing my install with a wav sound and it wasn't working. Turned out that I stripped my xp so much that last sound file left was actually a 'blank 1kb' file-no sound in it. I kept playing it waiting for sound but nothing ever happened. I threw in an mp3 and it played just fine.

    I work as an enterprise-level network administrator, so if I ask stupid questions, it's because I've experienced, or my people have done even stupid-er things..

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