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Hi, My new WD40FW1610 TV internal speakers not working ... volume is at maximum and is not muted. I use a HDMI cable from my lap top. This is the second cable and the problem persists.

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Check the speaker/s. If found OK; check and replace the damaged component/s at its audio output section circuit board. If needy, replace this board as card basis. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Search the site by type in the "brand name" to your device; in the "Search box at the top right of the display window of the Homepage" to get gathered related posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

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You could just use an Aux cable from laptop to TV. Pretty much it would be a aux to analog type. It's like a speaker plugin, that side is for your computer. Then the other side coming out would be an analog red/white or left/right cable.

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Have you "muted" any of the outputs (MIDI, speaker) on your computer?

Have you "muted" the sound on the TV's built-in speakers?

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Does your TV have _more_ than one HDMI port? Have you tried them all?

Got a friend with a TV with a HDMI port?
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Thank you for bringing up your concern. Here are few tips you can apply to solve the volume problem on your TV.

You may try checking the volume setting on the TV. Then, check for a speaker on/off in the menu or on the back of the TV set (it also might be labeled internal/external, since some TV set manufacturers meant their TVs for home theater).

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  2. Check the cable connection. If the monitor-to-computer connection is a VGA cable (usually blue on both ends), an additional audio cable is needed between the monitor and the computer. Check that the audio cable is connected properly.
  3. Try to adjust the volume higher using the monitor front-panel volume button.
  4. Using the buttons on the monitor, navigate through the onscreen display (OSD) menu to find audio or speaker settings and enable the speakers.
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  6. From the Volume tab, check the Device volume, and make sure it is not muted.
  7. From the Audio tab, in the Sound playback field, click the Volume button. Make sure the audio device is not muted and the volume outputs are at adequate levels.
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This document pertains to HP or Compaq PCs with an HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) connector.
HDMI sends both audio and video through the same connection. If you want to hear audio from an HDMI connection, HDMI audio must be set through Windows . For example, if a computer is connected via HDMI to a monitor or TV and the proper HDMI audio settings are made, both audio and video will be sent to the display device.
Use the following steps to activate HDMI audio on your computer:

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Step 1: Enabling HDMI sound in the BIOS
To hear audio through the HDMI connector to a monitor or display, enable the Onboard Audio setting in the computer BIOS settings by completing the following steps.

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  1. Turn off the computer.
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  3. Press the right arrow key on the keyboard to select the Advanced tab.
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