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No Audio? Hey, we just bought this new lcd, and there is no audio coming out the built in speakers? we have another audio source to use but im using it for my ipod haha and i would rather use the built in ones for my pc. Any solutions? Thanks.

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Have you connected the sound cable from your soundcard on the computer to the audio port on your monitor (it's underneath).

I only ask because it's often missed being where it is.

Anyway, hope that's all your problem was.

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