I like to know once I have hooked up my speakers on my monitor how to plug in head phones on the speakers where a plug in is avaiable? When I plug in a set of headphones, it is silent, when I unplug the headphone, I can hear my computer?
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What is this monitor hooked to? try unpluging it from the wall and un hook all the componets from it. just leaving the electrical cord atached. now plug it back in and turn it on. Or hook it up to some other device and see if it works.
You don't write which operating system you use, but generally you should be able to choose where the sound output goes in the Sound Properties in Control Panel. If however Sony decided to put some special software that does the thinking for you, and directs the sound output via the HDMI when connected, then you have to dig deeper...
why dont you have them all hooked up? I have the same speakers but I the model that only has 2 speakers. Try pluging your audio cable in the front where you would plug head phones in. Assuming that this is a desktop.
The audio cable on the speakers should go into the green audio port on the back or your PC. Once that is plugged in, if you still don't have sound go into your sounds and audio devices in the control panel and make sure the volume is not off or muted.
If your old monitor was a Compaq, it had slots for the speakers to hang on and provided the power for the speakers. The speakers still got their input from a cable that plugged into the computer sound output jack. If those speakers are the style Compaq supplied when I worked at a Compaq service shop, they originally came with metal stands that fit into slots on the back so you could stand them up on their own, and a 12-volt power adapter so you could use them without the monitor. If you don't have those pieces, you can buy a suitable power adapter (12 volts DC at 1 amp) at Radio Shack but the speaker stands are hard to find. You could try eBay, or just make a holder of some kind. (A friend of mine used those little wooden stands you can buy to display plates to hold her speakers when she got a new monitor. They worked out pretty well.)
Or you can replace the speakers. A new set would have everything you need. But those Compaq speakers sounded pretty good, so if they're still working you might want to keep them.
yes thats the fact when you plug a headphone into any speakers the head phone will be the only one to function the speaker stops thta the circuit technically which will break the connection of power to speaker if you plug head phone