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I only have volume coming from headphones. There is no volume coming from the built in speakers on the monitor once I have taken headphones out. I have done as many relevant checks as I can, ie: none of the boxes are muted, checked volume levels.

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You probably have a sound cable which needs to be connected from your monitor to your computer. Have a look to see if there are any other jack type sockets on the monitor. If there are the chances are you need to cable it up.

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You should be able to use any external speakers to your system. The question is looks and power. You will likely have to buy speakers that have power in order to get enough volume.

Most speakers that come with monitors are of very, very low quality. You now have the option of buying good speakers (if you want to pay for them). If you are in a hurry you can likely pick up cheap speakers at the drugstore or Walmart. Another option is headphones.

Good luck finding the right sound.

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