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No sound, only bass coming through

I turned my tv on to watch the superbowl and there was only very low bass coming through, and i can't find a hookup anywhere for external speakers. is there a way i can fix this?

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There is a possibility of a defective integrated circuit on the SRS/WOW board. But as a work around you can connect the set to an external amplifier. You are correct in that there is not a place to directly connect the speakers, but there are line level audio output jacks on the back of the set which can be fed to an amp. The problem may still be present; I honestly don't remember if the external audio is before or after the SRS board. Good luck.

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