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2010-07-07 05:16:25
2010-07-07 05:16:25

If there is a 3.5mm jack socket on the television, it is almost certain to be a headphone output. Other connectors such as RCA (phono) connectors are not intended for headphone use.

It's always worth checking the manual first, just to be sure.

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