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Unfortunately it has no audio output jack / connector. But if you want to enabling audio output just tap it on internal speaker wires ( make it parallel or disconnect internal speaker and use your external speaker).
Go to your tv menu, and make sure that your fixed audio output is selected not variable. Variable will make not work, with the television volume is turn down. When you hook the speakers, make certain that it is on a fixed audio out, not variable, as well.
try accessing your tv settings menu and look for audio settings. usually there is an adjustment that you can make for external audio speakers such as when hooking up to a sound amplifier or internal audio that accesses your internal tv speakers.
this is a very common problem just unplug tv for 5 minutes it
should fix it . simple fix most of the time with rca and proscan.
If that does not do it go into menu scroll down to audio and then press on .
but look and see if there is a switch on the back of the tv that sayes external speakers, if so us that and you book self speaker will work, also check in the menu under audio for this same setting, if none of these are there look at the back again this might be a audio out jack that is made to go into a amplifier
Tvs are wired differently these days. Your old Zenith for example probably had a selector switch that allowed you to change from internal or external speakers, bandpassing the audio from the internal amplifier to the audio out connectors. Your Sharp on the other hand may be controlled by customer menu to perform the same function as the external switch. Go into the menu and sub-menu of the audio and see if it gives you any choices for selecting internal or external speakers... If it doesn't it probably will not bandpass the already amplified signal, which means if you want to listen to your Tv on those external speakers you'll first have to pass the audio sample through an amplifier.
Hope this helps.