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Can I add external speakers to my samsung plasma HPT4264" without using an amplifier and without having to use a separate remote?

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One way around an amplfier and a separate remote would be to connect Ipod docking speakers to the headphone jack on this television.

I am looking at the back of the television and I believe I also see two red and white composite/RCA audio outputs. You may be able to attached powered speakers (they should have their own power supply and volume control) to one of the two audio outputs on the back of the television but this does not always work.

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