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Does Samsung 275T+ have a headphones connector?

I'd like to use this monitor to connect to my PS3 but need to be sure I can connect headphones first. Thanks!

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This unit is suggested for gaming.
Don't see anything pertaining to headphone output.
Most have them. If not run a set of RCA analog audio cables to a small amp and connect headset. or maybe if your running HDMI your Main audio system has a jack (most do)
Regardless if theunit has an audio out (and all do) you can run something.
Side note: take the output of the PS3 and run that to an amp with headphone capacity.
A multitude of ways to do it.
Need more info as to what you have to work with to give you a better informed answer.

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