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Using a Compaq WF1907 monitor with a Playstation3

I have been successful connecting my Playstation3 to a Compaq WF1907 monitor. I am using a HDMI to DVI cable and the picture comes in clear with a higher definition than a standard tv.

One problem...... no sound. Isn't the DVI port supposed to to transfer both picture and sound signals? If my PC connections to VGA and speakers are still attached will this affect the sound signal even with the PC turned off?

Any suggestions for rectifying this problem would be greatly appreciated.

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No. HDMI transfers picture and sound, but DVI does not. You need a audio line as well.

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