Doesn't even require a reboot to make this work. When I turn on the Sony Amp - the sound comes out of the 5. It should be noted that the monitor also has an analog sound cord that I have tried to connect to my computer but no sound comes out from that either. Click X to close the window. A limitation is that if the computer does not implement a Protected Audio Path, the audio must be downsampled to 16-bit 48 kHz but can still output at up to 8 channels.
You would need to run a speaker wire from the computer to the monitor first though. Windows will then detect an important update to install, and the problem should be fixed. Even if you do not think that the fuse has blown, it is a good idea to swap the fuse to make sure. You can fix the error with one of the solutions below. Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date 1 Jul 3, 2018 1 Apr 22, 2018 2 Jan 27, 2018 2 Nov 15, 2017 1 Sep 12, 2017 1 Mar 14, 2017 1 Jan 6, 2017 1 Jan 5, 2017 1 Feb 22, 2016 2 Feb 14, 2016 4 Nov 25, 2015 2 May 12, 2015 1 Oct 25, 2013 1 Aug 14, 2013 9 May 16, 2013 1 Nov 11, 2012 2 Jun 13, 2011 1 Oct 18, 2010 3 Jul 26, 2010 1 Mar 14, 2010. If you don't know which device is the correct one to choose, you can right mouse-click on each listed device and choose Test from the context menu. Kind Regards: Yasir To add some clarification, the model S2319H has a built-in speaker.
If there is no sound coming from the speaker, not even a humming noise, remove and replace the fuse. Also for your kind assistance please Please let me know, if that helps and feel free to ask back any question. I would prefer to have sound come out of the monitor though, so any help in that regard would be great. I'm at work right now but had a similar issue with my Razer Kraken headset and my desktop speakers not wanting to play right. As you mentioned you have issues playing audio from the monitor speakers. Look for malfunctioning audio devices.
To fix the problem, you can try to update the sound driver. Did the cable come with the monitor? It's in the bottom-right corner of the screen. Thhere is no sound out of built-it speakers. I have a Creative Soundblaster X-Fi sound card Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme 7. My speakers are Bose and connected through the 3. Windows may still be routing sound to your normal sound hardware, if it hasn't been told to route it to the audio output on the graphics device.
Check that the audio cable is connected properly. Check the headphone or speaker connection. Once I hooked up the second monitor, I lost all sound coming out of the speakers. Click on the one you would like to use by going to the taskbar and clicking the sound option. The page appears to be providing accurate, safe information. Based on the post, I cannot verify that the issue is not with your notebook.
Refer this article to further troubleshoot audio issues on the monitor. The port from the card is a Mini-DisplayPort 1. Check if the output port works fine. Devices that are not seen as connected will have the Test option greyed out. But when I try to switch the output to try to get it to play through my speakers in the monitor , it won't.
I tried disabling realtek to see if it + nvidia was causing an issue. Test for audio using another software program. If the issue still persists after trying out the steps. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Picture is great no problems there. It may be that you have multiple sound systems. Please advise how to get sound out of monitor speakers.
Mike You need to adjust your settings in the software for the sound card. If the sounds are normal when using other software programs, the issue is with the software on the computer, and not the speakers in the monitor. Any help would be appreciated. Lots of sound occurring at one peak level stresses the speakers. Do you have it set up that way? If so, make sure the external speaker cable is plugged into the sound card jack on the back of the computer.
I am hopeful that your query will be resolved, If the issue persists or if my understanding is different from your concern, kindly do let me know,waiting for your kind reply please. When I can, I'll grab a screen shot of my settings to show you what I mean and how to set it up so that it should work. You may not have to try them all. You can also get there by right clicking on the speaker icon in your task bar if you've got it showing. I've restarted the computer a couple times. Make sure the computer isn't muted. I am having trouble getting sound to come out of them.
If the fuse is still good, you have a backup fuse. Make sure your computer isn't muted. Video output on the monitor works fine, but when I plug my headset into the monitor's audio out jack, no sound comes through. Any help or advice is appreciated. Like a lesson from college many years ago, when after an instructor had swapped the dean's motherboard in her computer in a vain attempt to resuscitate it, to realize the computer's user had inadvertently turned off the power strip with her foot. I am still able to get sound out of a wireless headset plugged into a usb port , so I know sound card works. I've updated my graphics driver via Nvidia Experience program version 361.