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No more audio output

I believe that one of the speaker cables + and -  came loose from a speaker and shorted together. What should I look for to fix the problem that I now have?
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That would be a heap of detail to go into. Time consuming...

Hopefully this quick pointer might help.

What is HDMI
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Note the word MultiMedia
This Means....Both HD Video & Sound through the one cable.

HDMI is the latest state of the art connection.
Use this wherever possible. It's made for High Definition
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Use a HDMI cable from one device to the other wherever both devices have that port type (connector).

You don't have to pay a premium ridiculous price for HDMI Cables as in the Monster type. Overpriced.
Well made regular brand & Gold pins are nice. Keep them Short.
Long Cables loose quality. 1 Meter is default.

Your LCD TV should have more than one HDMI port for inputting & outputting media (sound & video)

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On the OLDer equipment you will Have a YELLOW connector. That is used for the Video signal.
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Fiber OPTIC cables are a better way to transfer AUDIO than the red & white cables. Cleaner.
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To the INPUT HDMI PORTS on the TV.

Some TV's will fall back to a particular HDMI port on power fail or startup therefore not requiring you to use the remote every time.

External SPEAKERS should have the polarity checked. Eg Red (or marked wire) to the same post on either speaker. This makes sure that the speakers travel forward together at the same time. Pumping sound forward then retracting together....
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