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TV mod #24v510T.I do not seem to get a sound signal out of the bottom two of the three vertical jacks labeled Video 1. I am trying to hook up wireless headphones and these are the only two audio jacks on the back of the set.

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  • Lige Aug 27, 2008

    Thanks;

    That's what I thought, just not what I was hoping for.



    But, there are audio output jacks on my Cox cable box, and my Sony DVD recorder installed in line between the Cable box and TV and they do not seem to work either. Am I doing something wrong?



    Lige777@aol.com

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Sorry to say, but these are audio Input jacks for the Video 1 channel. Your set does not have audio output capability.

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