This cable can be used to transfer RCA Composite Video or RCA Coaxial SPDIF to the front panel. It connects to the Composite Video or SPDIF header/pinouts on the motherboard, sound-card or video-card.
Please take notes of the "IN-OUT" icons as shown in the pictures on the right.
This cable can be used for dual purposes, i.e. for "IN" or "OUT" usage. The port holder can be turned 180 degrees to mark the port either as "IN" or "OUT" function.
RCA VIDEO / SPDIF INTERNAL
Black: Ground / GND
Diagram 1: On most motherboards, the composite video header/pin-out consists of 3 pins in one straight row.
Diagram 2: Simply plug the connector onto the header, in such that; the white wire is connected to the video signal pin (IN or OUT depending on your usage) and the black wire to the ground pin. No connection to the NC pin (empty) is required.
To connect to SPDIF header, simply connect the white wire to SPDIF pin (IN or OUT depending on your usage) and the black wire to the ground (GND) pin.
You might have to rearrange the wires to match with the pin assignments, or change the header connector if necessary, depending on the layout of the video / SPDIF header.
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