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Proview TFT has got volume option mute , need to unmute it & dont know :(

Volume got mute from buttons below the screen how do i unmute it?

Can you suggest it has got speaker in base stand of TFT.

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Navigate with the monitor buttons to the OSD (on screen display). menu button brings up the OSD. then use volume buttons to move around. there should be a mute option or indications by symbols how to unmute the sound option. if there is not, i would guess pressing two buttons at the same time might do it.

Posted on Sep 30, 2008

  • doug scoles Sep 30, 2008

    oops, ijust realized.............is the sound cable connected to it from the PC? proview monitors do not have built in sound, but it sounds like the stand is a speaker maybe, but requires sound cable eh?

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