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Volume My speakers dont work when i use the tv as my computer monitor. When used as a tv, the sound works fine. Its not my computer because when i plug in my headphones, the sound still works. The volume is up. Help!

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Your computer sound "out" jack has to be connected to the sound "in" jack at the back of the monitor(next to the vga input). To do this you need about a 3 foot stereo jumper cable with male connectors on both ends.

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