So, I saw that my gaming monitor has an audio out/3.5 mm jack for headphones, speakers, etc, which would be useful for other HDMI devices that I plugin, but I've ran into a snag. That snag being that there's no options in the menu that allow me to adjust the volume, much less enable or disable the built in speakers. The primary reason is to hook up my Snes Classic to it, but it's HDMI only, and when I hooked it up, no audio was being outputted. Even when I tried to connect an aux cable from the monitor to my PC speakers, nothing. Now, I have a GPU that allows for audio via HDMI, but I already have Realtek audio on this motherboard, and I'd rather not conflict that with the nVidia GPU/HDMI audio out, so, I'm at a loss on what to do to get sound from the Snes Mini when I plug it in the monitor. Granted, there are those wonky HDMI audio splitting devices, but they're expensive and cumbersome, what do you suggest I do to get sound? Unless I have to plug in the actual speakers into the monitor, but even then, there are no controls in the menu to change audio at all. I've read the documentation on here, and it didn't give any info regarding the 3.5 mm audio jack https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/omen-by-hp-25-display/16129882/manuals Any help is appreciated My PC speaker has RCA inputs for left and right, so maybe I could route to those inputs with one of these? https://smile.amazon.com/3-5mm-Righ...&sr=1-3&keywords=audio+male+to+female+adapter And I can plug the 3.5 mm plug into the monitor?