For some strange reason, out of nowhere my built in monitor speakers stop woking. it says that thete is no audio output device. i have tried to change the options in the control panel but it would not let me. please any one help. thank you
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Your HP Pavilion F1903 monitor does not have built-in speakers. Your desktop computer probably did not come with speakers. You will have to plug computer speakers into the audio-out jack (green) on the back of your computer to play through external speakers.
There are also a number of USB speaker systems available that use USB both for power and for the audio signal.
Alternatively, there is probably an earphone jack on the front panel of your computer. If you plug headphones into that you should be able to listen on your headphones.
Do you sure that your monitor has inbuilt speakers? if yes means you can get the sound by connecting sound output of the Laptop to the sound input of the monitor generally you need a 3.5mm audio pin cable at both the ends i.e the cable have 3.5mm audio male pin at both the ends
Buzzing is usually caused by bad audio ground connection. Try insert and reinsert the audio cable first. It can also be the sound card. Try using the MP3 player as the sound source feeding the monitor, if it still bad then it can be problem in the DC filter caps in the power supply, or bad sound IC in the audio board inside the monitor. Please post back what you find.
For those that do, you'll need a cable between the "audio-out" port on your computer's sound-card and the "audio-in" port on your LCD monitor, to transmit the sound. Of course, you'll have to turn-up the volume on the LCD's speakers, above zero percent.
Try using MP3 player feeding the monitor to see if you get the sound OK first. Are you using stereo male to male mini jack for connection from PC audio line out (Green jack) to Monitor audio line in (Green jack)?
Pls check if the audio cable from the monitor is connected to the tower. Make sure it is connected to the green port at the back.
Also check the volume button on the side of the monitor and set it to maximum.
If this doesnt work, then try with another pair of external speakers and check.