My monitor has RCA audio male inputs and my PC has standart audio input. I want to connect the PC and the monitor in order to use the monitor's volume.
I have not done this before, so what I am doing maight be wrong.
So, I have look trought all "strange" cables that I have in my PC box and there was no cable that can connect the PC and the monitor. A quick resarch in the internet point me to RCA to audio adapter, in my case "male to two males":
Unfortunatelly, this is still not doing the trick. Can anyone advice what can I try?
I am using windows 7.
My audio card is build-in (Intel G-Series). My monitor model is LG M2752D LG.
I am able to use the an second RCA female adapter with 2 colons. So, I gues the problem is the monitor.
In the monitor tenichinal specifications is said:
Audio is catered for by two 5-watt speakers. There's an audio mini-jack for inputting audio from a PC connected via VGA or with a DVI-to-HDMI cable. Plus, if you use the component connection, two RCA ports are on hand for the audio signal.
Firstly, I have try to do this using the RCA ports. As I was able to get sound using the other RCA female adapter with sound colons directly to the PC, I am pretty sure the issue is not due to the computer.
After that, I get one DVI-to-HDMI cable. I was able to get picture (only have to change the resolution) but again no sound. So, I guess the DVI-to-HDMI is working, I just have to do something other to get the sound working too.