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I bought a hisense lcd the problem is there is no

I bought a hisense lcd the problem is there is no sound but pictures are clear, I connect to dstv but no sound even if its not connect on decoder

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Unless you are using an HDMI cable, maybe you have the sound cable attached to the wrong port, or maybe you need to go through the menu options and see if the speakers are turned on.

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no signal for dstv for my decorder pls help me.

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