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Cannot listen to any sound without the ear piece

How do i listen to music wthout the headphone .

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You can play it through the TV as if it was video, using the Battery Dock. Similarly, just put it through my stereo by connecting the audio cables to the AUX input (leave the Video unattached). Just remember the volume levels on the 405 need to be upped when playing through the TV and stereo and you'll probably have to turn the TV and stereo up to a lot louder than norma;when watching TV or playing a CD, so remeber to turn them down before switching back, otherwise the neighbours (or speakers) may blow.

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