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X-Fi Titanium pinout diagram?

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I see you guys have the X-Fi pinout for the front panel located here. Has anyone figured out the pinout for the X-Fi Titanium? It looks way different. 2x10 (20) pins for the analog cable and 2x5 (10) pins for the digital cable. I just want to connect the mic on my case front panel to it.
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I believe the X-Fi Titanium pinout is just the standard front panel connector unlike the older X-Fi. You should be able to use the standard connector unless your front panel connector is different.
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What do you consider as the standard connector? My CM Stacker basically has individual pins, such as Mic Power, Mic in, Ground, etc. I don't have the Creative front panel (nor do I want it). I was just curious if I can connect only the pins required for the Mic.
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Originally Posted by sirsad View Post
What do you consider as the standard connector? My CM Stacker basically has individual pins, such as Mic Power, Mic in, Ground, etc. I don't have the Creative front panel (nor do I want it). I was just curious if I can connect only the pins required for the Mic.
I see


On-board sound pinout
Motherboard audio header pin-out.
Evens on left, odds on left
Mic In to pin 1; Gnd to pins 2 and 3; R Out to pin 5; Ret R to pin 6; L Out to pin 9, and Ret L to pin 10.
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purdueman, I think you misunderstand. My case has a front panel for mic and other stuff. There are many cables coming out of this panel that connects to various places, such as USB, 1394, etc. I don't want to use my on board sound, I want to use the X-Fi Titanium. I want to connect the mic cable from my cases front panel to the X-Fi Titanium's analog front panel connector, which has 20 pins.

I wasn't very clear but the "pins" above that I was talking about is that the other end of some of the cables from my front panel only connect to a single pin. I'm pretty sure I can connect 2-3 of those pins to 2-3 of the pins on the analog pins of the X-Fi to get my front panel mic jack to work.
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