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Turn off you computer and pull out your sound card if it is external. Then plug it back in the same hole. It may just be loose. If this does not help try another card. If you have a built in sound card try installing updated drivers for it from the manufacturers web site.
pls give us more info
does LCD even have speakers (not all do)
does videocard offer audio output in conflict with BUILT-IN on motherboard. Turn off audio in motherbord (mobo) BIOS(basic in/out system) DEL on power up to enter most bios nowdayz
There should be a 3.5mm stereo phone jack on the monitor. You need a 3.5 male to 3.5 male cable to plug the monitor into the speaker out from your PC. Cable can be purchased at Radio Shack for under $10.
Sounds like the cords that are going into the PC/system have static. Remove the cords from the speakers and simply put your finger around the jacks to remove static. Push the cords and the jacks back in and switch on the speakers. Then twist the volume control, turning it up loud and then low, then loud and low again. That should cure the problem as it removes static that gets built up over time. Either that or your speakers could well be damaged.
things can cause static.
If you have your speakers turned up to high it will give you feedback causing
distortion and static. I recommend using a headset when videoing.
reason is, if you are using a laptop and have added an external microphone
and have a built-in mike, between the two it will cause distortion and static.
knowing the configuration of your computer makes it harder to analyze the
hope this is of some help. Bud
With your indulgence, pls verify that it is indeed the built-in speakers of the Norcent that is the issue. Temporarily plug in to the computer a pair of headphones or even an old external computer speakers. If sound, then the monitor speakers are verified, if likewise static, then it is a computer issue.
Let's try the easy one's first:
check/replace the cable;
try other ports to plug it in at the computer;
determine if the sound device/driver for Norcent shows up in your Device Manager;
determine if on Sound Property in COntrol Panel, the Norcent is selected as the default device;
you may want to update the firmware and driver available here.
Would appreciate a postback for any updates on any development(s) (or even the lack of any). Pls include what Operating System you are running and if the Norcent is using USB connectors or standard cables. Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.
I assume it has speakers built in since your post is in the monitor category. You need to connect the speakers in the monitor to your sound card. It should have included the audio cable to do so. The cable should have a green plug and it plugs into the green jack located in the back of the computer.
Although some monitors have built in speakers, most people have stand alone speakers. If the old monitor had built in speakers and now it is unplugged you won't hear sound. Even if the speaker cable is still plugged into the sound output on the back of your computer, the monitor must be plugged into an electrical outlet to have power.
I'd recommend buying a new set of external speakers if this is the situation.
If you never had speakers built into the monitor then normally changing monitors would make no difference whatever. The only explanation that makes sense under those conditions is that in the process of replacing the monitor, you dislodged the speaker jack from the sound output on the back of the computer.
Make sure your external speakers have electrical power plugged in, the power is on (green light on at least one speaker lights up) and the volume on the speakers is at least half way up.
Unplug the speaker from whatever hole it is plugged into and plug it firmly back in and test sound.
If still no sound other than some static on the speakers, try every single hole on the back of the computer that the jack will fit properly and test for sound.
Check the connections first. There are usually at least two jacks on the back of a PC that look alike. Make sure you are connected to the one that is markes Speaker or has a tiny graphic of a speaker. Id the new connector is USB, then that's not it. Check the sound settings on your PC. If there is more than one output option, you may be sending the sound to the wrong one.