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The VGA input on your TV will likely have a pair of RCA audio (Red/White) inputs associated with it. All you need to do is get a mm to L/R Audio Stereo cable (something like this) to connect your PC to your TV. 13 Jun DVI and VGA are both incapable of supporting an audio signal, even if they're converted to HDMI (which does support audio). To get audio, you'll need to use a separate audio cable. So my question is simple; is there any way to transfer audio through a VGA cable ? If yes, how? And if no, do you have any other solution?.
I assume you mean, "how do you get both video and audio through a VGA cable? ". Some cable manufacturers make a VGA cable that includes a mm A. As neither DVI nor VGA carry audio channels, a separate path for audio should be used, if needed. Simple adapters from other modern outputs such as HDMI to VGA are also commonplace, again requiring a separate audio path. 11 Jun - 3 min - Uploaded by sampath ramkumar Hey there! ever had issue with the audio after connecting the HDMI Hope this video helps you.
VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort -- what's the difference and why do they even The three cables together are able to transmit stereo audio along with video up to. you need a separate cable for audio--one that can plug into the iBook play both audio/ visual with this adapter if connected to a HDMI to VGA. The VGA cable does not carry audio, you must have a separate audio cable. Answered by Robert M from Menifee; Nov 27, ; Flag as. 23 Jan Some connections include both video and audio signals so you get The VGA port is probably the most popular type of display connector that is This port does not carry sound so you'll need a separate cable to carry sound. If the PC has a DVI output (digital only): Use a DVI to HDMI cable (you will need to make a separate audio connection). Unlike VGA, since DVI is digital you will.