No sound from monitor speakers

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alijay

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I have sound from a "plugged in" earpiece but nothing from the speakers on the monitor.
My PC is a Packard Bell BL IMED 1519 Media C with O/S XP SP3. I've checked all cable connections
Any help please?
 

leroys1000

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Check the menu on the monitor itself,if the speakers are built in.
There may be a volume control there.
 

alijay

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Hi leroys1000
Thanks but I had already made sure everything was set at max on the monitor and on the master volume control.
 

leroys1000

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Just to check,do you actually have an audio cable connected to
the monitor from the computer?
I know mine needs one if I use the built in speakers.
They won't pass the audio through the video cable.
 
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All monitors that have built-in speakers should have an audio jack similar to those that you have on regular speakers and on your earphones. Ensure that this audio jack is plugged into the green matching port on the back of your computer and see if this works.

Good luck :D
 

alijay

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Relax chaps
All is well. During a recent replacement of my router and the inevitable spring clean behind the PC by my wife the audio line got replgged into the blue socket!!!!!
Thanks GeoGeek for pointing out that it should be in the green socket.
Regards Alijay
 
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