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.
Most monitors do not have built in speakers and the ones that do have them are usually of fair quality. Look for speaker grills under your monitor's screen. Didn't find speaker grills? You can buy computer speakers at a computer store or at Walmart. Your computer, desktop or laptop, has a green jack that you plug a set of speakers into. The volume control may be on the speakers or on your keyboard.
this may be a second post since it appears that fixya didn't take the first one:
you should have a speaker cable in addtion to the monitor cable (big thick cable) coming from the monitor. the speaker cable (much thinner with similar plug as free standing speakers) needs to be plugged into the sound output jack on the back of your computer (jack is possibly colored green).
This monitor does not have built in speakers you will need to buy some... The AS 500 soundbar fits on to it but is now not available. See if you can find it second hand.. Or buy USB speakers that fit into the back of your PC as the mointor does not have any ports.
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)
plz check sound with speaker if there is sound then u can check or change cable that you are inserted in monitor plug .if it is ok then problem is related with monitor sound ckt plz change ic related with sound section
Did you run the audio cable from the computer to the monitor. If not you must have that for the speakers to work. If yes can you verify computer output with another pair of speakers to narrow it down to computer or monitor. If it is the monitor built in speakers that are the problem reply and we can go through a procedure to get them working.