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How do I add external speakers?

I want to add two external speakers to this TV. The manual doesn't show a way to do this. I have two small two way speakers with the traditional red and white wires with plugs for the terminals. Can anyone help? Thanks

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Apperently this tv has a history of sound board related problems. So if you are trying to connect external speakers because you have no sound from the set then you still will be sound-less. On the other habd if you just want more sound then I would suggest using a surround sound system which will readily connect to your set.

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