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Old Apr 2, 2005, 09:39 PM   #1
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Default Really quick question (internal connector)

What exactly is the format of the internal connector on the TV Wonder Pro? You know, the cable you plug from your TV Wonder to your soundcard. I think it's a 2pins to 4 pins? Can anyone confirm me this?

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edit: is it the same as this one for TV Wonder Pro?
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im using the internal connector, its 4 pin to 4 pin. its got a plug that goes into the larger 4 pin connector on your sound card and another small white plug that goes into the white connector on the tv wonder pro. a link to ati's shop where you can buy the cable follows. you could probably get it somewhere else for cheaper though.

http://shop.ati.com/product.asp?sku=2538001
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im using the internal connector, its 4 pin to 4 pin. its got a plug that goes into the larger 4 pin connector on your sound card and another small white plug that goes into the white connector on the tv wonder pro. a link to ati's shop where you can buy the cable follows. you could probably get it somewhere else for cheaper though.

http://shop.ati.com/product.asp?sku=2538001
well check my edit...there's a link pointing to Ebay and a guy who's selling it for really cheap. Is it that connector? It seems to. Both are 4 pins (white and black) but the ATI one seems to have only 3 of the 4 pins on the white head to be used *picture from ATI shop*

I just want to be sure that I'm buying the right thing
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That's fine I got it

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alright good to hear. the internal connector is great, its just more convenient not having to run the stupid little passthrough external cable, but make sure you get your sound stuff setup right.
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alright good to hear. the internal connector is great, its just more convenient not having to run the stupid little passthrough external cable, but make sure you get your sound stuff setup right.
will do Thanks for your help bronze!
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