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Wish to use extension speakers with Bush IDLCD32TV22HD

I have connected an 8ohm extension speaker to the audio output terminals on TV but no sound.

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You will need to get into menu and enable the external speakers. Some older TV may have a switch at the back to turn the external speakers ON.

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