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Additional speakers How could I connect additional speakers to a 26PF5320. The sound quality is very poor but I have got no manual to check which sockets I could use. Regards

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Two options use the RCA audio out (red and white) on the back or side of the tv to connect to a home theatre system also you could use the headphone jack to connect to a home theatre system or some sort of external speakers. other than that it doesnt look like you have too many options on that model of tv if you need the owners manual here is the link for an online version.

http://dl.owneriq.net/7/767eb69d-bd30-4de2-9391-fbb098cdf71c.pdf

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