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Audio cable for lcd monitor for cpu

Samsung 19" lcd monitor for cpu audio cable .which type?

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  • Hjalmer Lamminen
    Hjalmer Lamminen May 11, 2010

    Hi,
    A usb cable is what you would use. This should give you video and audio.
    What ports were you trying to use for it?


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A USB cable????? How about just a regular audio cable. Plug one end into the audio input on the monitor and the other one into the audio output (usually green) on the back of the tower.

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