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If your TV has earphone jacks, you can connect I to an amplifier and to a speaker. This way you need not open the TV cover. There are active speakers available in the computer sales shops you can use them also.
You can use audio out also to feed amplifier. Look for AV symbol either at the rear of the TV, near the antenna connector or the front of your TV button panel.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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b Source buttons
- DISC/USB: toggles between DISC or
RADIO: toggles between FM and AM/
TV: switches to TV mode. The sound
from the TV will output through the
connected speaker system.
AUX/DI: switches to the external device
that is connected to the AUDIO IN-AUX
MP3 LINE-IN: switches to audio device
that is connected to the MP3 LINE-IN
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