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I have the hp2009m monitor and would like to be able to use headphones as we have a tv and the computer in the same room.is it possable

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1. Your PC sound card has an input for a headphone . If your desktop is mounted on the floor then you will need an extension for the headphones/ found at the local Radio shack for about 6.00 dollars.
If you have a recent production of a PC cabinet there should be an input for your headphones.
2. Your desktop speaker if updated you should have a headphone jack there also to input a headphone set.
3check your user manual for this.

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