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Audio output from my TV

I have both audio input and output on my TV, how would I hook up a set of wire headphones to my TV? I have my VCR, and DVD player hooked up as well, is this going to be a problem?

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Take a red and white audio rca cable and cut off one end of the jacks. on the end you cut, solder a headphone output plug on. can also solder on the lines of a pair of headphones (where you've cut off the 1/8 in jack) directly to the rcv jacks.

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