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I've been searching all afternoon for a Coax SPDIF audio expansion bracket to 3-pin connector, for use in a Biostar TF7050, and can't find a vendor in the states. I know I could build my own, but would rather avoid going that route. Can't wait to get my new Mythbox running.


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I had the same problem with my asus mobo. I just made one. I used an female RCA jack and I wired it directly to the connector on the mobo. I then drilled a hole in the back of my case to mount it. It works great. Total cost $0.00.
 

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Thanks for the help. I ended up finding pcconnection, which apparently is getting some in (the gigabyte one) this weekend. If not, then I'll dig out my soldering iron and make one.
 

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If you only need coaxial S/PDIF:

Look here:
http://www.fixya.com/support/p363000...-10990/page-26


and here:


http://cgi.*********/ASUS-COMPUTER-M...QQcmdZViewItem


You'll notice the pins for the coaxial S/PDIF/ground are adjacent as on the gigabyte board. However, the empty pin is blocked on the 4-pin wire. What I did (used this on an earlier product) is VERY carefully drill out the blocked pin-hole. That way the block pin will now cover the optical co-axial and the 2 other pin will be in the proper position for the gigabyte board. You also don't inhibit the use of this bracket with a purely pin compatible board.


If you want optical, you need to make a new wire.
 

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I think the cable you are looking for are mention here:




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I've been searching all afternoon for a Coax SPDIF audio expansion bracket to 3-pin connector, for use in a Biostar TF7050, and can't find a vendor in the states. I know I could build my own, but would rather avoid going that route. Can't wait to get my new Mythbox running.


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Originally Posted by able421 /forum/post/12957505


I've been searching all afternoon for a Coax SPDIF audio expansion bracket to 3-pin connector, for use in a Biostar TF7050, and can't find a vendor in the states. I know I could build my own, but would rather avoid going that route. Can't wait to get my new Mythbox running.


TIA, A

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