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Car stereo w/ power no sound

My new bought car stereo powers on but no sound.

there is a 2 wire not in used it is label NC & antenna.

is there a significant between 2 wires not in used thats why there no sound in my stereo?

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The antenna must be connected to get a signal, and sound.

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