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I want to convert the external headphone jack to drive external loudspeakers.
I also need to know which screws to remove to get the back of the cabinet off to access the internal speakers and the jack.

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It would be less trouble to disable the internal speakers from the television's setup menu and connect to a set of powered speakers or a receiver using the built-in audio outputs. It will be a challenge to get good sound quality and levels from the headphone jack.

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