Can I have desktop speakers work with my monitor that has built in speakers so that I will have sound coming from all four? Monitor is I-Inc AH191D, has a spot for earphones at the front and I can get the desktop speakers to work by plugging in there, but then it overides the monitor speakers? Using Windows Vista home Thanks :) Terry
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The W2053TQ does not have built-in speakers. You will have to use a separate set of desktop speakers. The quality of the speakers built-in to any monitor is generally poor so you will probably be happier with desktop speakers anyway.
Assuming your using a Windows operating system, you need to got to the sound settings and set your computers soundcard as the preferred output device. (Its under Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices in XP)
Speakers are not built into the box itself. They may be in the monitor, or completely separate.
Did you get this directly from Dell, or from a third party. Dell would have shipped you speakers with it, or a monitor with speakers built-in. Purchased from a third-party you might just get the box itself.
If you have a monitor with speakers, you still have to connect the sound output from the box to the monitor.
Hi check the sound cable hasn't fallen out or come loose from the back of the monitor. After this reinstall the drivers for the monitor you will be able to download them from viewsonic if still not working then the speaker jack or speakers are faulty.
They are built into the monitor, however there is a cable that needs to be connected from the speaker socket of your sound card (normally colour coded green) to the audio in on the back of your monitor. If this is done already, you need to check your volume settings on both your PC and on the monitor (remembering to check for any "Mute" settings)