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Cannot connect speakers to new monitor

Thanks so much for the reply. I have external speakers from my previous monitor, however there is nowhere to plug them in. There are only 3 plugs on the backside which connect to the computer and printer and one is unused. They are marked ac-in, d-sub, and dvi-d. The dvi-d is the one that's unused. This new monitor is an LG W2053TX.

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If these external expeakers look something like these.. http://www.kelley.iu.edu/TS/z_images/AS501ultra.jpg
those are made specifically for Dell monitors on very exclusive models and they will not fit any other, as the monitor itself provides the power and has the audio output for them.

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