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We have a Curtis LCD4680A/Aw televison and am having trouble connecting headphones because we don't see an identifiable Audio Out Jack! Does the Curtis LCD televison have an audio out jack or what por

None of the ports in the Instruction Manual are labeled 'AudioOut'. We formerly had the headphones connected thru the cable box but are cutting the cord and using just the television with antenna and Rocu. My husband prefers the headphones, using them for over 10 years to help him clearly hear what is said. Even if the volume is up it's still not clear. The headphones are the only option for him. Found an article on Web about 3.5mm female jack to stereo RCA "Y" adapter. Does anyone know if this is accurate information for using headphones? Thanks so much

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