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I have received a new monitor as a gift for my computer. It is the W1934S and I was wondering if I should have sound with this display. I do have speakers from my previous monitor but there does not seem to be anywhere to connect speakers to this new monitor. Could you please advise how I would get sound? Thankyou sammie@sympatico.ca

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    I also have a new monitor with the same speaker problem. My speakers plug into the computer with one cable and there is a second cable that connected the speakers to the old monitor. The new monitor does not have a place to connect the second cable and the speakers do not work if plugged into the computer only. Any suggestions?

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It doesn't come with speakers. see for yourself here.

If you want external speakers, connect the speakers to the back of the computer. the port will be a small, round green hole. to connect 2 speakers, you need a 3.5mm splitter.

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