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Author Topic: Can FP audio header give sound to an internal speaker?  (Read 14314 times)

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Re: Can FP audio header give sound to an internal speaker?
« Reply #10 on: September 13, 2009, 07:34:32 PM »

specs:

Zotac 7100 mini itx board
Pentium D 3.0ghz (soon to be a E7500)
305watt with dual 12v@16a
40gb seagate (soon to be a 500gb seagate)
Liteon IDE CDRW (soon to be LG DVD +/- RW)
Powercolor theatre 550 pro (which barely fits and makes a horrible squealing sound)
15" Dell LCD
200mm Bigboy for intake
120mm for exhaust along with over 300 holes for ventilation :P
There are two internal USB ports for the wifi and remote adapter
Internal 3 watt speaker
It measures 14" X 11.5" X 7" and weighs, lord really knows but it's heavy


My whole idea for this mod was a TV with internal media capabilities, the original idea was to be black but the only hardware store in the whole country which sells this stuff (at ridiculous prices) didn't have any in stock in 1/4" thickness  :x. I couldn't wait a whole month before they got it stock, so I went ahead with white.

Should I paint the acrylic black or leave it white? kinda hesitant on painting knowing it would scratch easily and one would see the white beneath.
« Last Edit: September 17, 2009, 10:26:48 AM by Glitch »
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E8400 w/ Freezer pro 7
Evga GTX 260 SC @ 650/1150 Mhz
4 Gb G. Skill DDR800 @ 4-4-4-12 2T
Ga p35 ds3l
Seagate 250GB HDD
Seagate 320GB HDD


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Re: Can FP audio header give sound to an internal speaker?
« Reply #11 on: September 19, 2009, 08:49:27 PM »

why not use vinyl dye?  It will resist scratches more than paint if you're set on black.

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Re: Can FP audio header give sound to an internal speaker?
« Reply #12 on: September 20, 2009, 02:29:49 PM »

why not use vinyl dye?  It will resist scratches more than paint if you're set on black.

extremely crazy old GT guide

I thought of that but I've never seen it here locally  :(
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Evga GTX 260 SC @ 650/1150 Mhz
4 Gb G. Skill DDR800 @ 4-4-4-12 2T
Ga p35 ds3l
Seagate 250GB HDD
Seagate 320GB HDD


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Re: Can FP audio header give sound to an internal speaker?
« Reply #13 on: September 24, 2009, 10:32:59 AM »

Better pics of build. I know the edges and cuts won't win any awards that's for sure :lol:



Front with a lil side action



side showing DVD drive



Back showing 200mm with speaker grill



Better shot of fan, the switch is to the left above the series of holes and the whole to the bottom right is the power connector for the internal amp



Shot of the other side, showcasing 2 power connectors, I/O ports, tuner and on button



Close up showing the horrible job I did with the tuner  :(



Top 120mm (only exhaust fan in sys) with some vent holes



Close up of 120mm fan and yes I can see the gap too  :lol: will be fixed shortly



Internals



Close up of antec bigboy 200mm and internal 3W speaker



Close up of internal layout (dvd rw is beneath hdd don't worry there are rubber grommets between them to less vibration)



Close up of quick disconnect i made using a standard molex connector for external amp power



Close up showing vga cord leading back into the box



Vents beneath and yes these are normal hardware store hinges


I have the 200mm for intake on high ( the waffle speaker grill is very restrictive) and the 120mm fan running @5v for exhaust along with the 300+ holes.
The 3.0ghz prescott idles at 38C and loads at 45C, it is very humid here since we have a tropical climate







« Last Edit: September 24, 2009, 10:51:11 AM by Glitch »
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Evga GTX 260 SC @ 650/1150 Mhz
4 Gb G. Skill DDR800 @ 4-4-4-12 2T
Ga p35 ds3l
Seagate 250GB HDD
Seagate 320GB HDD


IT AIN"T OCed IF IT AIN"T A LITTLE UNSTABLE
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