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If your monitor supports sound (might have to be the LT765s product?), there will be two inputs on the back (to the right when looking at it from the back). One's labeled "Line in." This is where you'd plug the audio cable from your sound card.
The socket for the AC power supply is located RIGHT ON the cord that plugs into your tower/graphics card. I just bought one today at the thrift store, ** power cord, but was looking for the input myself and found it there. Hope that helps.
you will have a mains lead with an electric kettle type connection on one end which plugs into the rear of the screen and another similar lead for the pc.
the video lead from the screen will plug into a small dovetailed shaped connector coloured blue on the rear of the computer ( it can only fit one way round , as its broader on one side than the other )
the speaker leads will probably be small jack plugs one for left and one for right, and they plug into the rear of the computer, audio out / left / right.