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Vga audio in

What can u plug in the vga audio outlet in back of tv i tried my computer speakers to get better sound from internet but i got nothing have computer hooked up to tv thats why i m asking just looking for sound dont like the sound when speakers are hooked up directly to computer tower help someone

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VGA does not provide sound, only video signal.
to get sound, you need to run a signal from the audio output of the computer (1/8" mini) to the audio in of the TV (RCA).

Posted on Sep 06, 2008

On my Digital Lifestyles TV model LT4232, there is an (1/8" mini) input next to the VGA input. I picked up a $10 cable from a local shop and haven't had problems with it. If you are using an RCA on my tv the audio will be on a separate source from the video.
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1.) You said: "trying to get sound on the tv to the computer". -- Did you perhaps mean that you're trying to get the audio which comes out of your computer to "play" on your TV?

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