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I just purchased an IBM L171 monitor for my desktop computer. I used to have harman/kardon speakers for my HP monitor, but I cannot find a plug on the IBM OR can't get sound if theyre built into the monitor

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If the monitor has built in speakers, you will need to use an audio jack plug to plug into the pc's audio in ( green jack socket)
Otherwise just plug the speakers into the pc, not the monitor.

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