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No sound coming from speakers.

Apparently this monitor has built in speakers, however I turned the volume to the max under the monitor itself's menu and change the system volume to max + set it to monitor speakers. still nothin. any tips?

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  • kyerra Jul 12, 2008

    i cant get any sound from my speakers

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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.

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