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No sound ? - Liquid Video L17LCD2 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor

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  • Richard MITROVICH Feb 21, 2007

    i HAVE A DELL, YOU WOULD THINK YOU PLUG ONE END INTO THR MONITOR AND THE OTHER INTO THE CPU ! NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Any suggestions still no sound.

    Thanks.

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Check connections. Check all volume controls to make sure they are turned up. iTunes, WMP, desktop volume. Not much to go on. Good Luck, Tim

Posted on Feb 18, 2007

  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2007

    Actually no. Most systems use regular speakers. Some systems use monitor speakers and the machine needs to be told so. Are you sure the monitor volume controls aren't muted in the volume properties. You should have 2 cables (actually 3 including power)The monitor cable to the video card and a second audio wire from the monitor to your sound card. When plugging or unplugging the monitor to the sound card is there any sort of crackling sound when you touch the connection? Have you checked the sound properties in the control panel? Have you checked the settings on the monitor. Is the volume on the monitor turned up? or Muted.

    Is your monitor under warranty?

    Let me know if any of the above worked

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