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I have baught a new 22inch acer p223w monitor for my xbox 360. how do i get sound out of the monitor?

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You'll need about a $2-5 adapter that fits onto the 2 audio cables and converts the rca audios to a 3.5mm headphone or speaker jack. Then you can plug it into your computer speakers or headphones.

Google for rca to 3.5mm converter.

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There are no speakers built into this monitor. You will have to purchase speakers in order to get sound.

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Review the information provided about Away Mode. Make your selection, and then click Next.

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