How to get sound from Xbox One into Logitech Speakers?

The Xbox One doesn't support my TV's resolution (1366x768, the 360 doesn't either, although it supports 1360x768 which is close enough) so I decided to plug it into my native 1080p monitor when I get the Xbox One. However, my monitor doesn't have integrated speakers, so how would I be able to get sound from my Xbox One? I have a pair of Logitech speakers with a 3.5 mm end that I use for my PS3 and occasionally PC when I don't want to use my headset, but I don't know how I'd be able to get sound from the Xbox One to said speakers since with the PS3 I'd just use the composite cables included with it and plug those into a Y-adapter and then into a female-female coupler and from there plug the 3.5 mm end from the speakers into the other end of the coupler, but the XB1 doesn't support composite cables so that's not going to be an option. I'd prefer something cheap and easy but if it's going to have to be a bit complicated that's alright.

Is there anyone who can give me some advice on what I should do to prepare before I purchase the Xbox One so I can plug it into my monitor when I get it? 

Thanks.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 0 Applies to: