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Bought a new viewsonic moniter,where do plug the speakers into

There is a square hole at back with a sign ,but it looks blocked,i dont where to plug speakers into

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I brought pc with ViewSonic VA1912wb 19" LCD it have in built speakers or not how i connect get suond with out externals speakers

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