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Assuming you are using the internal speakers, check and make sure you have the audio enabled. Some TV sets have a option to turn off the internal speakers. Also make sure mute isn't turned on. If you are using external audio setup, double check your connections.
Make sure you do not have "mute" turned on. Also, on some TV sets, you have the option to turn off the internal audio (your speakers)and enable the audio out terminals. Make sure that this isn't the case. Outside of this, you could be looking at a internal failure.
some tv's have a button on the back that will turn on or off the built in speaker system so that the tv can be plugged into an external system and allow the user to use the tv's volume control for the ext. speakers without hearing the internal ones, if there is no such button check the tv's setup menu for a setting that enables or disables the speakers
Unfortunately it has no audio output jack / connector. But if you want to enabling audio output just tap it on internal speaker wires ( make it parallel or disconnect internal speaker and use your external speaker).
i think they are if you look into them the imortal is a bad as sub. but the enternal was design to even hit note the imortal cant.... you gotta make sure you have enough power to give them justice i like the a2300hcx by audiobahn look in to that amp they are nice..
when you loose sound in these set it can be one of three things. 1 the enternal speakers are blown. 2 go into setup and check to see the amplifer has been set to internal for the tv speakers external for speakers that you added. if still no sound then the likly cause is the audio aplifer chip to replace that you have to replace the main signal boad rother wise known as signal board. this board is one that a qualified rca tech has to do. he has specail equipment used to transfer data from the old to the new
No I am not using a hdmi input. This problem exists within the unit itself. I am unable to manually turn on the Televisions internal speakers. they are currently set to off and are not highlighted within the menu to be able to turn them back on. I hope this helps. thank you!