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Getting my Matsui TV to play sound out of the PC VGA source

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I have recently brought an xbox 360 and a VGA cable when plugging into my TV I have picture but no sound I know i need to somehow activate sound for PC on my tv although I dont know how to do this

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You need a cable to connect the sounds from your PC to TV. you need a baby plug to RCA plug.then you have to connect the baby plug to your pc soundcard audio output to your TV sound input.

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