Windows 10: No Sound!!

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       18 Nov 2017 #11

    Well, then it must be coming from the computer then. It has something on the computer that looks like speakers. I will snap a picture of these speakers and post it to the thread.
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       18 Nov 2017 #12

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       18 Nov 2017 #13

    The following images are photos of what are to be believed are speakers. Can anyone verify that these are speakers?
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       18 Nov 2017 #14

    Everything is working now. Would having the cable with the each end being green have anything to do with them not working right? What I am saying is, if I were to plug one end to the computer whereas itís supposed to go to the monitor and the other end that goes into the tower into the monitor, would that make a difference in sound not working?
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  5.    18 Nov 2017 #15

    With danger of sounding like a politician, I can't deny or admit that they are speakers but sound is not coming thru VGA (mini D 15) connection.
    Are there any other connectors an that monitor, like a 3.5mm or two RCA ? There's also another component any monitor with sound would have to have, and amplifier because any sound coming fro a computer doesn't have enough power to drive speakers directly.
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       18 Nov 2017 #16

    No Sound!!


    CountMike said: View Post
    With danger of sounding like a politician, I can't deny or admit that they are speakers but sound is not coming thru VGA (mini D 15) connection.
    Are there any other connectors an that monitor, like a 3.5mm or two RCA ? There's also another component any monitor with sound would have to have, and amplifier because any sound coming fro a computer doesn't have enough power to drive speakers directly.
    @CountMike: One of these ends connects to the tower and the other end connects to the monitor.
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  7.    18 Nov 2017 #17

    Oh that green one, yes that's for sound but looks like a bypass only. Looking at that picture, it should go from sound Out (Green) on a computer to the blue one instead as it's marked as Input. Is that a DVI connector to the left of VGA one ? DVI-D type can carry sound signal, DVI-I and A can not. HDMI, Display port and variants carry digital sound and require Digital to Analog converter at receiving end.
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       18 Nov 2017 #18

    CountMike said: View Post
    Oh that green one, yes that's for sound but looks like a bypass only. Looking at that picture, it should go from sound Out (Green) on a computer to the blue one instead as it's marked as Input. Is that a DVI connector to the left of VGA one ? DVI-D type can carry sound signal, DVI-I and A can not. HDMI, Display port and variants carry digital sound and require Digital to Analog converter at receiving end.
    Itís the DVI-D type. The computer cake with a cable thatís white for that. But I never knew how it worked.
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  9.    18 Nov 2017 #19

    Jesse Williams said: View Post
    It’s the DVI-D type. The computer cake with a cable that’s white for that. But I never knew how it worked.
    Use DVI if you can, it's digital, while VGA is analog signal.
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  10.    18 Nov 2017 #20

    CountMike said: View Post
    Oh that green one, yes that's for sound but looks like a bypass only. Looking at that picture, it should go from sound Out (Green) on a computer to the blue one instead as it's marked as Input. Is that a DVI connector to the left of VGA one ? DVI-D type can carry sound signal, DVI-I and A can not. HDMI, Display port and variants carry digital sound and require Digital to Analog converter at receiving end.
    I don't understand your post.

    It looks like the monitor has audio, through an analog input. (Green port on PC's audio output.)

    I'd also use the DVI connection, although I doubt that it makes a significant difference in practice.
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