Monitor Help!!

Hey guys,

Ive been looking all over the internet to find some answers, but can't seem to find any!

Basically, I bought a new Samsung monitor, which does not support any audio output or input. I have my Xbox 360 Slim hooked up to the monitor via a HDMI Cable.

Now what I want to do is get sound, whilst I'm playing games. I have Logitech 2:1 speakers which use a 3.5 mm audio jack and also have an AUX port at the back of the subwoofer ( where you can connect the red and white cables)

Is there a way I can get sound at all coming from my speakers, because there is nowhere the 3.5mm jack can go into the monitor nor the xbox.

Would appreciate the help!!

Thanks

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 0 Applies to:

microsoft as well as others make a dongle that goes into the proprietary port that outputs RCA (Red and White) while using the HDMI out.

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also be careful if u decide to use a third party dongle as some of them are too big and block the hdmi port.

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Could someone link me what it looks like? Sorry I don't know much about this stuff haha

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Hey Brah. Here is a link to Amazon for an Optical Audio Adapter. Note, I have not used this, so I cannot vouch for the quality of the product. Thanks!

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You'll also need an adapter to go from RCA to 3.5 mm stereo connector (female), such as this one:

www.amazon.com/.../ref=sr_1_5

This adapter plus the one that Mister Ohnaka mentioned, will give you just what you need.

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