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Missing speaker? I recently got this TV and noticed it had sound only coming from the right speaker. I then took it apart to find only one speaker, although there are places for two. Is this supposed to have one or two? If two, where can I get one (with the wires) for cheap?

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You have a TV with mono sound, and those sets only have one speaker. The same cabinet is used for the sets with stereo sound, which is why there are spaces for both speakers. Your set does not have a second audio amplifier to connect another speaker to.

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