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Input/Output Connections Hi all! This model doesn't seem to have component video connection jacks on the back nor does it seem to have regular video input jacks (the place of the jacks are there but no jacks). Is this normal? If so, how can I get this display unit configure so I can get component and video input accessibility?

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This model Panasonic is a monitor. Component video, S-Video, and audiio connection ports are on the bottom of the unit. Once the unit is wall mounted you can hardly see them, hidden behind the front leading edge of the case. Two speaker connection terminals are found
slightly above the bottom edge at extreme left and right. The main power button is also on the bottom left.

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