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Check the audio jack plug from monitor to cpu if connected correctly. The audio jack plug should be connected to the sound card for audio out. You can also check if the volume in the monitor is adjusted or mute
You need to use audio cable with ministereo phone plug at both ends of the cable, then one end is plugged into the monitor audio line in jack (usually Green color), another end of the cable will be plugged into the audio line out (Green color) of the PC. Set the volume level to about 1/2 way at first and then adjust the volume control panel (Master volume and WAVE level, these two controls affect the sound output feeding the monitor) on the PC.
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.
Are you sure the monitor can handle speakers? Maybe it has it's own speakers, maybe it has no speakers at all. You can always plug the speakers into your CPU into the sound card, it is usually the green audio port.
That said, some things that you can trouble shoot.
Make sure that the volume is all the way up on the desktop.
Make sure that the volume control is all the way up in the control panel sound option
Make sure that nothing has been muted, the control panel allows you to selectively mute a single device.
If you still have speakers connected to it, disconnect them at the amp/receiver then power up. If the fuse still blows, you have a bad power supply or transformer and it needs service. If it stays on, check speakers and wiring for shorts by using a meter and checking continuity on wires and resistance on speakers. If your not familiar as to how to do this, go to any home audio shop and they will test them for you, usually free of charge and it only takes a couple minutes. Hope this helps
I'd bet you need the monitor driver(s) installed. If you can't locate to install them, your only option for sound is external speakers plugged into the speaker port on the back of your pc (usually green color).
If your monitor has built in speakers then there should be a small jack in the back, usually green in color. You would need to run an audio cable from the monitor to the proper jack on the back of your computer, usually the green color like on the monitor. Once connected you should be able to use the volume button on the monitor to adjust to your preference. But remember external speakers are usually a higher quality than those built in to the monitor. Hope this helps.
The speakers are not supposed to plug into the monitor, they will plug into the speaker jack on the back of your computer (usually a green plug or it will have a picture of a speaker next to it)
Hope this helps
For your monitor with built in speakers, there should be a cable usually the plug is green in color, coming from the monitor which needs to be plugged to the back of the computer for the speakers to work. If you don't see a cable, then there is a plug on the monitor where a cable would go.
Yes you can connect external speakers. They plug into the back of the computer. There are usually round ports on the back colored blue, pink, and green. Figure: http://www.ultimatepcrepair.com/files/bsound.jpg (sometimes there is more, depending on your computer) The speaker cable plugs into the Green color one.