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Headphones where can i get replacement headphones as the jack plug is smaller than any i can find

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Any good electronics supplier such as maplins in the UK can supply you with a 2.5mm stereo plug to 3.5 mm stereo socket adapter, which will allow you to use standard 3.5 headphones or speakers.

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