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How to connect build-in monitor speakers? should i just connect regular audio cord to "audio out" of comp to "audio in" of monitor? (if so, -it dosn't work). Help please

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  • kuzma1 Feb 18, 2009

    The monitor (Nfren 15.1 TFT) has a RCA connectors. When I connect cables I can hear some scrachy sounds in speakers, what I take as a "working sign". External speakers work fine, means that comp is OK.

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Does the jack on lcd monitor, is it a screw type one, open or take aprt the screen area look at the speaker wires and take aprt the wire to you speaker if each have 2 wires you will be able if you have 3 or more wire you be able to talk to a tv repair man and see if he will make that connection for you permitily hard wire the two systems.

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