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Thanks (almost) for pointing out that LCD plug.  I went through my parts box for an old ASUS Rampage LCD monitor, but it is too big and wont fit.

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@BeemerBiker --  it is too big and won't fit.

 

Presumably, that socket was designed to fit some sort of "male" plug.  

 

I tried searching on eBay & Amazon, but could not find good words to narrow the search to the proper part.

Maybe, an "electrical parts" store, that sells various cables, connectors, and miscellaneous "ham-radio" components will have the correct plug.

 

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I use the one of the USB ports. iRig is a MIDI Keyboard

 

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Yes I have an F-Audio as you can see in the second picture that BeemerBiket shows. The problem is that this connector is used  with a bunch o cables but none of them go to an built-in speaker

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Good idea for an experiment. I will do it and I will let you know.

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