Question about Mag Innovision LT776s 17" LCD Monitor
Check where the cables go into the back of the monitor.
You will either find a small empty hole for a miniature stereo jack, or you will find a similar plug dangling from the monitor cable where it plugs into the back of your computer.
If it's a newer monitor, the jack will be colour coded green.
If you have just an empty jack hole in the back, you need to get an audio cable (miniature jack on each end)and plug it into both the monitor and the back of the computer. This cable will either be in the monitor box, or available at your local computer store.
If there is a miniature jack dangling off the monitor cable where it plugs into the computer, simply plug it into the back of the computer. You will have to figure out which port it for the speakers, as there can be 2 speaker ports, 1 microphone port and a line in/out port. The jack will fit into any of them. They may be labeled or colour coded. If so, plug into the port that is green, or that has an arrow pointing out, or says speaker. If they're not labeled, you can try them all until you find one that work. This won't damage the computer.
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
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