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External speakers can i install external speakers with out using an amp

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Hi,

Unfortunately no. The Panasonic PT-60LCX64 TV does not have any jacks, plugs or external connection point to attach he wires of external speakers.

Alternately however, it is possible to install 2 pairs of speaker terminals on the backboard and wire them in parallel to the internal speakers.

Hope this be of help/information. Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

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