You may want to connect external speakers to improve your computer’s audio output. This article will show you how to connect speakers to a monitor. You will need to determine the type of connection that your monitor supports and then choose the appropriate cables. Once you have everything connected, you can test the audio output by playing some music or watching a video.
However, before starting, you even start thing about the connection. You need to make sure that your monitor has an audio port or at least a USB port so you can hook the speaker’s audio cable. To check if your monitor has an audio port or USB jack, look behind the monitor or somewhere on the monitor, as the position of these ports totally depends on the monitor’s model you’re using; in my case, my using this LG monitor and it contains all ports on the back.
Once you’ve figured out that your monitor has an audio port, then there are a few ways to connect speakers to a monitor. The most common way is to use a 3.5mm audio cable to connect the speakers to the audio output on the back of the monitor. Another way is to use a USB cable to connect the speakers to the USB port on the back of the monitor.
How to connect speakers to a Monitor without audio jack?
- One way to connect speakers with a monitor without an audio jack is to use a USB cable. Most wired speakers have USB cable support, so you can plug that into the monitor.
- The other way, if there is no audio jack on the monitor, you will need to use an adapter to connect the speakers. However, there is no standard way to connect speakers to a monitor with an audio adapter. The best way to determine how to connect your particular speakers to your particular monitor is to check the documentation that came with the speakers or the monitor or to contact the manufacturer of the speakers or the monitor. But it’s quite easy; you just have to plug some cables, and that’s it.