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Sounds like your output transistors are bad, what audio you are hearing is coming from the driver transistors. Could be any number of thing else going on. Try selecting only one channel " a or b" at a time and see if the volume increases. It could be that your speakers have gone bad .If you have other speakers I would try that before taking it to a qualified repairman.
i advice you don use this anymore and contact one authorized service to fix that problem there is an supply problem and could go worst
That smoke could be from one component like one rezistor or electrolitic capacitor but you cant fix that yourself
Look on back of tv see if there is a switch for internal & external speakers see if it is on or off ,if not go to menu in audio see if speakers are turn off or on.If this does not work you may have bad speaker or audio output ic. ThankYou for trying FixYa. Have a Nice Day.