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Re: Speakers not working
You will need to connect an audio cable from your computers sound card to the audio input under the monitor.(near where the video and power leads plug in)
You will need a standard 3.5mm to 3.5mm stereo lead for this.
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For anything you plug in or just certain things? Before the sound stopped, did you change the sound output to something different? Do you have external speakers plugged in?
If the built-in speakers on the tv are not working, plug the television into a set of external speakers, select the output in the menu accordingly and test them. If they work, might be the speakers are blown or the menu configuration is wrong.
Always check the simplest things first, then work your way up to the harder/more expensive issues.
Rule out speakers, speaker board, connectors, external speakers, components attached to television, etc.
Look in audio menu or setup menu to make sure the speakers did not get switched off----check set or a box if used for same or volume turned all the way down---speakers being switched off is the most common cause or the audio circuit has failed.
some flat screen tvfs in the menu have a selection to turn on or off the tv speakers, my Sony has it in the sound menu it say speaker selection, and the options are TV or Outside Speakers, check for this if they have been fine right along
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.