Question about Acer V223WBD Monitor
Sound is very poor, but picture is great. Can I use external speakers? How would I go about making that connection, understanding please, that I am not computer literate.
Sound/Speakers that are built into monitors, typically are pretty poor. I suggest purchasing some speaker from your local electronics store, or www.newegg.com. (New Egg has very good deals on computers and accessories, like speakers.) Here is a link to New Egg's speaker section. http://www.newegg.com/Store/SubCategory.aspx?SubCategory=60&name=Speakers
On the back of your computer, you will see little holes (3.5mm). They are usually color coded, Green is the typical speaker output jack/hole/port. When you buy your speakers, you will plug the cable with Green Head Plug (3.5mm) that is attached to your speakers, into this Green Jack. Turn them on, and you should have audio! Now, if the volume seems weak, you can double click the speaker at the bottom right of your Start Bar in windows. It looks like a little silver circle. This is your volume control There are multiple slide bars to adjust your audio.
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