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Built in speakers

How do you get them to work?
Should I have installed software or is it as simple as plugging in a device (MP3) headphone ut-monitor in?

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  • Niqueaf Nov 07, 2008

    Seems a coworker had thrown the disc away, luckily we had one more new monitor still in a box with what we needed.

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Just plug it in! if your monitor comes with an installation CD then install the drivers needed.

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