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This can happen. Lightening causes static charge that can be picked up by speaker wires. It is possible ONE of the amplifiers has failed. To check, have the room quiet. Turn on the amp. After 5 to 10 seconds there should be a nice solid 'CLICK' from inside the amp. If there is no click, the unit is in safety mode. You will need a service shop.
you more than likely have a F.E.T.(Field Effect Transistor) front end tuner,very susceptable to lightning or static charge damage, chech your home owners insurance, you might be able to repair or replace the tuner but it wont be cheap
Yes, it looks like the thunderstorm has damaged your DTV unit because the DTV unit should only go off hook as a means of dialing the DTV Company. I would have that unit replaced. BTW, do not try to repair that DTV unit. I work for a Telephone company in the Maryland DC area and I can tell you there are no serviceable parts inside and the unit is not your to do that anyway. So call the DTV Company and have then replace the defective unit.