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No ,replacing speakers will not fix the problem these sets are very well know for Poor Solder and connection ,resolder signal,Audio,& power supply boards this should correct the problem and alot of future ones too.
If you are receving your HD via a cablebox, check the volume and audio settings in the box's menu. Some boxes have internal volume controls. If the level coming out of the box is below a certain level, you may experience low or poor sound quality. You can also check the audio settings to assure that they are set to the original settings.
If the television is connected to a cable box such as Time Warner's HD box, the picture mode can be changed by pressing the '#' on the cable box's remote keypad (where the channel numbers are). This cycles the picture between zoom, normal, and stretch which could be cause of your problem.