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Nakamichi VU50P - no sound

It had sound up til last week. All of a sudden, no sound. We tried different speakers, different wires, but nothing worked! The menue says there is an input for audio and it is good so i don't know what it is? Could the sound just blown out from the speakers inside?

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Hi, hope you got this problem fixed. I was wondering if you would be able to advise what kind of speakers I would need to get for my VU50P monitor? We had it hooked up to surround sound but now want to have it stand alone in another area of the home but need to get speakers and of course I cannot find anywhere on the internet the optional speakers once offered with the television. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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