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Can't get sound to work

Inherited this from my son. is there a cable i need to attach? volume definitely on

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Yes you need audio cable, stereo miniphone jacks at both ends (you can get it from Radio Shack) usually green color, plug one end into the green jack on the monitor, another end to the audio line out jack on the PC. Set the volume on the monitor half way up for now and adjsut the volume on your PC to the level you want.

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