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Can't connect external audio

I wanted to connect TV Ears, only to discover there are no audio output ports, only a digital audio output. I didn't want to have to order the Alternate Installation Kit, but I guess that's the only option?

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  • monoboyzmom Apr 17, 2008

    It's not a new TV, and I didn't even pick it out. I just never thought connecting audio would be a problem, unless the TV was older.

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Well, you've probably purchased a new T.V. by now, but I thought I'd share my input for others that may have this issue arise in their life.Using a Optical to Analog (RCA) converter does the trick quite nicely, without breaking you.
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When buying a new TV it is important to make sure that it has the features you require. For some of the new sets a compatible adaptor is required for analog outputs and inputs. If the option is not present, then it is not able to be used!

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Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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