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Hey guys I bought a new TV that works great with my computer but the problem is the sound, the TV has nice speakers and I want to take advantage of them. The TV/Monitor has only 1 audio connection input from PCs, can I use a auxiliary jack cable to get the job done? thx a pic is included just for reference.

Oh and I going to connect the computer to the TV/Monitor going DVI from my PC to HDMI via a connector (any suggestions on connectors?)

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this of course would only work if your TV is capable/comptible, some will and some won't depends on manufacturer/model...the book/info sheet usually will tell you...I would say call the TV company and ask them whats up...

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true HDMI DOES carry sound, BUT DVI does not...thought you should know...

have a dvi (time warner cable box) to hdmi (my TV), I have to run RCA cables from the box to my tv due to good ol DVI, doesn't carry audio...asked CSR when they would have hdmi to hdmi and got a, "uhhh"...

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"true HDMI DOES carry sound, BUT DVI does not...thought you should know."

Of course not,never thought it did. But if you have a line in on the DVI to HDMI adapter you can just plug you computer audio into the adapter then the HDMI into the tv will carry both A/V.

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