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Toshiba 40e22ou how do i put headphones on this unit

I want to put headphones on this tv so i can play it without disturbing anyone

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This TV does not have a headphone socket, which is unusual. There are audio outputs (RCA phono) which may be used with an amplifier or tape deck to drive the headphones.

Posted on Oct 08, 2007

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There is no headphone jack onthis model that I have found.

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

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This TV does not have a headphone socket, which is unusual. There are audio outputs (RCA phono) which may be used with an amplifier or tape deck to drive the headphones.

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