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Normally, when headphones are plugged in, the TV speaker is automatically muted. To use the headphones, leave the TV volume at a normal level, and the speaker sound should stop when the headphones are plugged in.
This is usually a menu option that you can reach with your remote. I don't have this particular TV, but if you can turn them off, it is usually a menu configuration option. Hunt around with your remote until you find the configuration menu and look for the "sound" settings.
If your TV has a headphone jack, try plugging a set of headphones into the TV to see if that disconnects the internal speakers. If it does, go to Radio Shack and buy an appropriately sized blank plug and just plug that in to the headphone jack to disconnect the speakers.
Get an adapter: the one you need depends on the headphone type. If you have the standard IPod/computer headphones with a 3.5 mm plug, get a 3.5 mm F to RCA stereo (2 male plugs). Then plug the RCA plugs into the audio out of the TV and the headphones into the 3.5 mm end.
The TV's Audio out is between the Composite Video IN (Video 1) and the PC input.
If you want to have a longer cable, get the 3.5 mm F to RCA stereo (2 Female ends) adapter. Then connect a stereo audio cable to the TV audio out and the RCA side of the adapter and the headphones to the 3.5 mm port.
Make sure that the TV outputs to the external speakers (some tvs do this automatically when external speakers are plugged in). Menu > Sound
The headphone jack on the TV has switch built-in to kill the TV speakers when headphne jack is used, you need to use powered PC speakers with headphone jack and connect this PC speakers to the Audio line out of the TV set (RED and WHITE RCA audio line out). Basically the powered PC speakers are being used a headphone driver. Or you can get one of those wirless headphone system instead.
With this TV, you can turn the TV speakers off with the remote. This will not turn off the headphone output port.
Press menu, go to AUDIO, then go to TV speakers. You have the option to turn the speaker OFF there.
The speakers should have turn OFF automatically when you plug the headset into the headphone port. But, going over the manual for this TV; the option is to turn the speakers off manually with the remote.