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It is possible that the built in speakers are broken. Try hooking up your Bluray player/other devices to an external speaker. If you are using an HDMI a signal splitter can be purchased for relatively cheap.
Please check in the Menu under Audio section if you can disable the internal speakers. In the Sony and Samsung TV's you can. It will be in the bottom of the of the audio scroll Menu. It will ask you TV sound Internal / External ? Choose internal
I am sorry to hear about your misfortune. Unless you changed some sound settings right before that happened then the likely cause is that your tv's internal speakers have blown. Which will cause that really faint sound even when the volume is all the way up.
If your TV has an audio out connection you can try hooking it up to surround sound or a receiver with some speakers. You may be able to use your tv this way and get sound.
Otherwise you will have to make use of your warranty if the TV is still covered. If not then there is nothing more I can suggest. Repair cost might be more than hooking it up to an external sound system.
Post back if you have any further questions or comments.Thank you for choosing Fixya. -Daniel
Technically, the television should protect itself from doing any damage, but sometimes that doesn't happen correctly.
When you say that they sound like the speakers are blown, can you describe that sound?
If it sounds like they're blown, they likely are. It's probably about the same cost to repair the speakers (if out of warranty), than to buy an external amp and speakers.