Today I tripped over the headphone cable connecting to my laptop. I severely dislike the location of the audio connectors of my laptop, but there's nothing I can really do about it. As well as bending the headphone connector (easily fixed), I damaged the audio jack of the laptop. This isn't a normal audio jack; it has SPDIF output as well as 1/8" stereo, analog output.
Luckily, the audio connectors are on a separate PCB from the mainboard. I don't want to replace the entire audio PCB though, not when only this connector is defective. The connector only has 11 pins soldered to the PCB, so I want to unsolder those and install a new connector...if I can find it.
Note the connector all the way to the left
The manufacturer is Foxconn and on it is printed "7BGCA-TXL"
Of course google doesn't turn anything up. Does anybody know exactly what this type of connector is called, or can shed some light on exactly what I'm looking for?