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You don't connect speakers to the monitor, you connect it to the tower of the computer. If I'm not understanding your question right then please be more specific. If your monitor has speakers, you connect the audio cord to the tower then to the monitor or vise versa.
It seems the monitor was faulty .The PC that this monitor was on had crashed and some how it had also effected the monitor . I had a family member try the monitor on their computer and it had the same results . Their computer was running WindowsXP .