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Sony VPCF13S1E - VPCF13S1E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Sony VPCF13S1E - VPCF13S1E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Using Peripheral Devices

Using Peripheral Devices > n 74 N Using Peripheral Devices You can add functionality to your VAIO computer by using the various ports on the computer. ❑ Connecting External Speakers or Headphones (page 75) ❑ Connecting an External Display (page 76) ❑ Selecting Display Modes (page 81) ❑ Using the Multiple Monitors Function (page 82) ❑ Connecting an External Microphone (page 84) ❑ Connecting a USB Device (page 85) ❑ Connecting an i.LINK Device (page 87)

Using Peripheral Devices > Connecting External Speakers or Headphones n 75 N Connecting External Speakers or Headphones You can connect external sound output devices (not supplied), such as speakers or headphones, to your computer. Since your computer is capable of outputting both analog and digital signals through the headphones/OPTICAL OUT jack, you can connect an S/PDIF device such as digital headphones or an audio/video amplifier to the jack and enhance the sound quality of your computer. For more information, see the manual that came with your S/PDIF device. ! To hear sound from the S/PDIF device connected to the headphones/OPTICAL OUT jack, you need to change the sound output device. For the detailed instructions, see How do I change the sound output device? (page 161). To connect external speakers ✍ Make sure your speakers are designed for computer use. ! Turn down the volume of the speakers before you turn them on. Connect external speakers (1) to the headphones/OPTICAL OUT jack (2) i with a speaker cable (3) (not supplied).