|You could add a sub by running analog stereo audio from the computer to the subwoofer, and then connecting the LCD's speakers to the sub's line level outputs. |
HOWEVER, this would not sound good at all, since most active subwoofers are designed to handle bass frequencies below ~130Hz. A monitor's built in speakers will only go down to around 300-400Hz. So you'll hear bass from the subwoofer, very limited highs from the monitor's weak speakers, and no mids at all.
"Run it through your home stereo."
A much better idea.
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