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Re: COMPUTER HAVE NO SOUND
You need to check to make sure your speaker is off mute and confirm you have the right driver for your sound card by going to controle panel and open up sound/then go to sound and highlight a sound scheme then look for a black arrow going to the right...click and listen for sound..if the arrow remains grey then you don't have the right driver.
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If the speakers are built in, check that the volume on the speakers via OSD is not turned all the way down or off. Many monitors that have speakers have an audio amplifier as the sound output from computers is very low and requires a powered speaker system in most cases. They are designed to operate head phones only now a days.
Troubleshooting Sound Issues
Verify that the audio cable is connected to the AUDIO OUT or LINE OUT output on the Sound Card and plugged into the AUDIO IN or LINE IN of the Monitor.
Make sure there are no cables connected to the Headphone Jack (located next to the AUDIO IN port) on the monitor. If there is, please disconnect that cable and try the speakers again. Connecting a cable to the Headphone Jack disables the speakers.
If there is no cable connected into the Headphone Jack, test a pair of headphones into that jack to see if you can hear sound out of the headphones. If you are able to hear sound out of the headphones, disconnect the headphones and try the speakers again.
Verify that the Mute on the monitor is not on or the Volume is not turned down.
Verify that the Mute on the computer is not on or the Volume is not turned down.<
If there is still no audio from the monitor's speakers, connect the Audio cable to another audio source like a portable CD player or tape player headphone output. If audio can be heard through the monitor's speakers, then there may be an issue with the computers sound card.
Connect another set of computer speakers (if available) or headphones to the AUDIO OUT or LINE OUT output on the Sound Card. If NO audio can be heard then there is an issue with the sound card. Verify with the computer's manufacturer for additional assistance.
Troubleshooting No Sound from a LCD TV
No Sound when using RGB (when connected to a PC)
Confirm the audio cable is plugged into the Audio in on the LCD TV and the audio out on the computer.
Note: On the N1700W use the GREEN mini-jack; on this model Audio is SHARED between DVI and RGB, there is only 1 audio channel for data connections. The N1700w is designed to take a 1.0v RMS audio signal for optimal sound quality.
Confirm that both the LCD TV Mute and Windows Mute are off. A general message will be displayed on screen to indicate status of Mute (On or Off).
Press the Volume Up Button on the monitor or remote to confirm the Volume is not set to zero.
Confirm that PC volume is sufficient by using Windows/Macintosh Volume adjustment settings.
Try plugging another audio source such as a CD or Cassette Player directly into the Audio port on the LCD TV to confirm the speakers work, or try plugging headphones or external speakers into the sound card on the Computer. If the Headphones or External Speakers do not work, contact the manufacturer of your Computer for further support.
No Sound when using S-Video/Composite/ Component Video
Confirm the audio cable is plugged into the Audio in on the LCD TV and the audio out on the S-Video, Composite, or Component Video device.
Confirm Mute is off. A general message will be displayed on screen to indicate status of Mute (On or Off).
Press the Volume Up Button on the LCD TV or Remote to confirm the Volume is not set to zero.
Try plugging headphones or external speakers into the audio port on the S-Video, Composite, or Component Video device. If the Headphones or External Speakers do not work, contact the manufacturer of your S-Video, Composite, or Component Video device.
Note: Some ViewSonic monitors do not include speakers.
I have this monitor.
You need to click on the little audio (speaker ) button then use the + - to advance the volume to its proper setting.
You also need to have the audio jack connected to the correct line out on your sound card.
if you have the audio setting on your computer set to mute, or turned right down, you will not hear sound through the monitor speakers.
double click on the icon in your task bar that controls your sound. make sure it is turned up, then try to the settings on the monitor.
Make sure all your connections are tight and you have power to your speakers...Then go Start>Control Panel>Sound and Hardware>Sound, after you are in here make sure that your speakers are selected as default device.
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On many computers, the output for the sound is very near the output for the monitor. Is it possible that you loosened the wire for the sound when you installed the monitor (plugged it in), or unplugged the sound altogether and plugged it back into the wrong place? The outbound sound hole on most, but not all, computers is green.
All computers have at least two places to plug in sound, most have 3, and the newer machines have 6. If you are unsure which is the correct hole to plug that sound wire into, you can play something on your computer that makes sound for a while (like a song) and move the plug from one to the other until sound is heard.
If you have 6 holes that the sound wire fits, you most likely have software on your computer that pops up and tells you were you have plugged it in.
If the speakers are built into the new monitor, check the monitor for controls and ensure that the volume controls are not all the way down.
All of these solutions are hardware solutions. Now, we have software solutions:
Open the control panel and find Sounds and Audio controls. Open that.
Check to see that nothing has "mute" checked.
Check also to see that the sound levels are high enough to hear something.
There are two possible problems here. (1). The volume control on your monitor is turned down. With the button on the front of your monitor, find the menu/option button, and look for volume control (2) The volume coming out of your computer is low. Double click on the speaker at the bottom right of your screen, located on the start bar. Use the sliders to change the volume. This should fixya up.