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Hitachi 61SWX10B has no internal audio. I previously used it only with an external receiver, but now want internal only. Using the remote volume control shows increase or decrease on screen, but no sound. Internal is set in the audio menu. Any reset of software, or is it all electronics? Appreciate best troubleshooting thoughts.

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  • jghernon May 12, 2010

    Yes there is. I said in the problem: Internal is set in the audio menu. Maybe I should have said, I set the internal audio in the audio menu already and triple checked the selection.

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Is there a speaker swich or audio you need to turn on in the audio menu???
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