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Re: I have a audio issue with my RCA Stereo Monitor Color...
Some of these sets have a glitch and you only have to unplug the set over night and the audio returns . If not you could have had the eeprom lock up or a problem in the audio output section. Also check to make sure the tv didn't switch your speakers off in the audio section of you menu. Good luck
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If it has no internal sound, then you obviously can't make it function like a TV aside from the picture right? It does have inputs whether HDMI or standard Cable wiring to see TV from a cable box?
You'd need to have RCA cables coming from the cable box (Audio out - white wire I'd figure) going into a stereo near the monitor that has a VIDEO button on it where the white RCA cable is plugged into the Audio In jack.
A stereo receiver or even old sort of stereo with a Video or Auxillary sort of jack with button to activate that jack will allow for surround sound from the stereo coming from the cable box in sync with the video of the TV.
Your TV has a pair of analog RCA Audio Outputs on the back of the set. They are the red and white, female, round outputs and should be labelled as Audio Out. If you have a surround receiver or stereo that accepts this type of input (most do), then you would purchase a stereo RCA audio cable that has the red and white male ends on both ends of the cable and plug them in to the appropriate stereo RCA left and right channel audio inputs on your receiver and the aforementioned outputs on your TV. The same is true if you have a pair of self-powered computer speakers (or similar). If your external speakers or audio systems don't have the RCA inputs, you may need to get an adapter to convert the RCA output to stereo mini-jack (or similar) to match the appropriate input on your external speakers. Does that make sense?
The Red (right channel) nand White (left channel) RCA plug to miniphone jack is made for audio amplifier with RCA input jacks. The monitor should have Green audio input mini stereo phone jack for the audio input from the PC audio line out (Green mini phone jack).
You will need the shielded audio cable with mini stereo phone plug at both end for the audio hook up.