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Windows 7: shopping for TV/PC speakers for Windows, XBMC, gaming use

08 Jul 2013   #11
Diosoth

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That would allow easy access to the headphone jack, but totally kill the TV's speakers. I use that TV for a Dell XP computer, DVD player and XBMC, I use the speakers during the day. Headphones I have to use at night so I don't bug neighbors.


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