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You have to plug the speakers into the computer to get sound out of them. The CPU has nothing to do with the speakers, Also your monitor does not have inbuilt speakers(according to the manufacturers website.)
If your monitor has built-in speakers, you should have a connecting cable with stereo mini plugs on both ends installed between the line out connector (usually green) of your sound card and the audio input connector on the monitor. I have an HP monitor with built-in speakers and that's how it is connected
Hi, Philips 190X6
LCD Monitor has built-in Speakers but no microphone.So, you can connect the LCD to the PC output but for Mic the option is that you may buy a separate Mic. PRODUCT GUIDE (REFER TO PAGE21)
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If the speakers are detachable from the monitor then try to put it in the jack where you usually put your speakers if you hear any sound it should work .the color coding is usually green but its not mandatory .
That is a common problem. You need to purchase some new speakers from your local Radio Shack or computer store.Plug them into your cpu. Very cheap fix about $10. The mix and match connection of the HP and Acer never seems to work. The HP monitor will work with the Hp computers but not others.
Ensure that your sound card setup/diagnostic software can correctly recognise your speakers. You will need to know what sound card is in your PC. Be carefull with PCs that have sound cards built onto the mother board and that also have a seperate sound card. Ensure the sound card you want is the one you have plugged the speakers into and ensure you have disabled the other sound card and its software.
I'm afraid that the way the sound system is set up in microsoft control panel, you have to chose between external speakers on or the the built-in speakers on. check there under sound, but I don't think that there is an option to have both on
Sample testing is usually a firmware built into the monitor amplifier
ie the monitor is testing itself.
you problem possibly lies with the computer sound system.
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Is it an 'On-board' sound card or separate PCI card.
You can determine this by looking at the back of the computer- if all the connectors - sound- PS2 and USB are in the same panel - then it is an on-board system.
If the sound is separate in one of the card position then it is a PCI card.
The possibility is the sound system needs setting up- check your computer paperwork/manual and utilities disk for Audio drivers.
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