series has the startup/shutdown controllers built in.
ok thank you!
should i need to buy a audio card? if yes witch sholud i buy?
Do you need to purchase a soundcard? No. The motherboard has audio capabilities built in.
Now, there may be reasons you want a different/better soundcard. However, considering your demonstrated lack of direction and knowledge about the project you are about to undertake, I don't think you have a clue why you might want a separate soundcard.
The J7F2 motherboard is bare minimum and does not have standby (S3) capabilities. To run it at a "decent" level, it requires a separate video card (IMHO). If you really want to go with Jetway, go with J2F5 minimum. (Clue: By the time you get this board working right, you have spent enough to buy an industrial board. Video card, sound card, flex risers, case to hold flex risers and pci board, etc.) Not a big Jetway fan myself.
The HQCT is too expensive and is crap compared to the Visteon HD Zoom 300 (reception and sound quality). These can be found on E-Bay for around $50.
With the Jetway board, you will probably want an external sound card, like maybe a live 24 external. I would suggest a PCI with flex riser, but I'm guessing you are looking at a Voom style case that doesn't allow for any expansion.
My opinion is my own.
Just keep in mind you will need an amp or a head unit with an auxiliary port. Either of those should be fine. A sound car isnt gonna give you MORE sound, it just has a better processor on it than the one on your mobo. So its going to produce BETTER sound but if you have stock (crap) speakers then it really isnt worth it. You're just going to end up with more options than you know what to do with.
I have an M2-atx, works great... i love it
Any phone with bluetooth can generally be controlled by the carputer if you have the right software that is. I know Centrafuse comes equipped with a version of PhoneControl.NET.
So in conclusion, just stick with the basics right now. Don't worry about a soundcard or all that complicated stuff right now. Just get it working and go from there