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Maybe some wire is faulty... Try to disconnect everything and connect each speaker one by one, first trying only radio tuner and then trying to connect the TV and other devices. Using that you can isolate the fault into the specific component/wire.
distorted sound from external speakers or internal speakers?
isolate please. remove external speakers if you have one. just troubleshoot on the internal speakers alone.
uninstall the audio drivers. install the latest one. if fails. download then flashed the latest bios.
run diagnostics extended test to check the internal speakers. if also fails then replace the internal speakers.
If you are using stereo speakers, check to see if the sound system is switched on HD sound or normal sound. If it's on HD sound and you are using stereo speakers, switch your sound chip over to normal. Most systems do this through either the bios or through the sound software installed with the mainboard drivers, check out the manual for the correct method.
if you want it as excelent as it was when new then you just have to get the drivers replaced by originals. But if you can settle for less, then you can just have it reconed by a speaker specialist. but try to find a good one.. for those repairing high quality speakers.
sometimes a nearby speaker or cassette recorder or an old telephone may affect it, because of its magnetism power ,take away any nearby stuff and try manual reconvergence after a short power off for a reset ,