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Casio PA 2400W

I really like my 2400W, but there is one problem I have. It doesn't have an earphone jack or microphone jack. The microphone jack is not so important, but if it had an earphone jack, I could use it as an MP3 player and ditch my CD player. Does anyone know if it is possible to hook up an earphone to this PDA? There is a jack on the machine but the documentation taht came with it says that it is for some "special" purpose. The machine has a RS232 port. It would seem that it is possible to get sound from this port. Any ideas?

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No, No, No I'm afraid. This thing can't hack it when it comes to the power required to download mp3 files. Maybe some /really/ lo-fi midi or such, but nothing plesant.

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