Question about Coby TF-DVD1540 15 in. TV/DVD Combo
Well the best way to achieve this would be to obtain an stereo Audio amplifier, and plug the Input of it into the headphone socket, this way then you could amplify the sound all you want. Or you could simply get a Stereo Male to Male "Patch" cord to connect the output of the unit, via, headphone socket, to an existing stereo amplifier's input, this again will allow amplification.
OR obtain a pair of wireless/Ired headphones, then connect the input of this, to the unit, and this then will send it wirelessly/Ired to the headphones.
have a look below to get the Amplifier idea.
Wireflees/Ired headphones. below
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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