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Lost manual trying to connect to my home stereo for louder sounds. Using the input and connecting to the stereo is not working HELP. People coming to watch THE CLASH on DVD outside in the yard and can't get this hooked up

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The manual is available online quite easily. Just google.
As for the audio connection, this is one big drawback of the TDP ET20. it only has digital audio out so you can't connect it directly to headphones or ordinary speakers. You need a home theatre system or an amplifier that accepts digital audio. Or you need to buy a seperate digital to analog audio converter.

Big pain.

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