yeah, no problem llama ^_^ b.
the top on the Hammond case slides right off so it's just a matter of unplugging. and thanks for the comments, I swore I spent an hour with a compass, my calculator, and some scratch paper figuring out the correct spacing
anyway, here's the low-res; you can click them for the full resolution.
disclaimer: I'll be the first to say those aren't Litz braids. I just did a quick braid to keep the clutter down as much as possible.
white - left channel
white w/ red stripe - right channel
white w/ green and brown stripe - ground
the 3.5mm jack is piggy-backed to the RCA jacks, not intended to use both 3.5mm and RCA simultaneously
non-momentary, center off. top row wired to "B", middle wired to "I", bottom wired to "A"
- I opted to switch the grounds as well. I guess my thoughts were closest analog to changing out the cables. made sure my multimeter didn't report continuity for the grounds
- the end-panels are plastic so no common ground between the three channel groups there
- the jacks just clear the case walls so the grounds don't end up linked to one another, but the case is anodized so it shouldn't be able to even if they do contact
- the 3.5mm jack is isolated so that's why I let its mounting nut contact the RCA grounds at times
- another thing is that this is just 22 AWG wire. I'd like lower to use it for speakers as well, but for swapping my soundcard's output to either amp or speakers it's enough.
currently I have my PC wired to the "I" so I can switch between my x530 speakers (A) when I'm not wanting to use headphones (which are B). but if you want to swap between two inputs it'll work fine as well.
yes, I know it's pretty ghetto; I went with the easiest way of preventing cross-channel problems. so sue me, I did it in two days so I didn't really plan it out like my normal projects