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Philips model#HTS3544/37 purchased surround sound, have impaired hearing & can't find an ear phone jack on the DVD player.

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Re: philips model#HTS3544/37

According to the manual, there is not a dedicated ear-phone jack on the unit. However, it does have an analog audio-out jack in the back which could be connected to a y-cable adapter, and then connected to headphones with a built-in volume control.

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