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    But the fader control will be on the amplifier, not the PC?

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    Thanks for updating this thread guys. I'm hoping to integrate into a system which has balanced outputs so I'm really focused on amps and wiring issues right now. Also planning on using the Via pico-itx board and the BBN. I really like to see how you mounted your board as a kind of reference for my own build.

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    Sure. I'll take some pics when I get behind my dash next time. I'm planning to upgrade my hardware so while dismantling the PC, I can show you how it looks with the motherboard only.

    For now, all I can say is I laid the board on the bottom of the case and marked out where the mounted holes would be. I marked the four corner holes of the motherboard. I then removed the motherboard and drilled the holes in the case. I pushed my risers into the holes and glued them using some two-part epoxy. The risers are about 6mm thick are essentially thick washers and each riser has a threaded hole down the middle - I made sure I had screws to match the threads perfectly. I laid a sheet of anti-static film on the bottom of the case to prevent the underside of the motherboard from making contact with the case. Finally, I placed the motherboard on the risers and inserted the four screws.

    Hope that's detailed enough to give you a mental picture of how to do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeeM View Post
    But the fader control will be on the amplifier, not the PC?

    correct, but it is another option...

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