Question about Acer Computers & Internet
The monitor cable (HD15) or DVI cable only transmit the picture.
To get sound you need to plug the audio output from your laptop into the audio input sockets right next to the video socket you are plugged into for the video feed (otherwise you will be plugging your sound into the wrong AV channel). Usually these are standard audio leads, similar to a dvd or camcorder composite cable, it may however be a 3.5mm audio lead,but the former is most likely.
Most laptops use a 3.5 mm headphone socket, so you will need an adapter to connect this to the audio cable, these can be picked up easily at maplins or dixons. after you are connected the sound should come through automatically, (remember to turn up the volume on your laptop)
hope this helps
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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