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There is no sound. I have two cables attached - a power cable and one other, but I not there is another female many pronged plug on the back of the set.

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The sound for this will be in the audio in ...and on a 3.5 jack ....you will have to get the signal from the green out of the computer and insert it in the audio in ..and will work ..remember a normal 3.5 jack ..

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