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Wireless head phones for TV

by linda6935 / February 22, 2009 1:54 AM PST

I recently bought a Vizio LCD TV and I was given some infrared wireless headphones to use with it. To use them I need audio out on the TV and it doesn't have it. I was shocked because it is a good set. It only has one hole for optical audio out which won't work with them. I really want wireless headphones to work so I can listen to TV when my husband is asleep. Is there anything on the market that will work with my TV? I've even thought of returning the TV but everything I have looked at is also lacking the audio out which I need. Help please.

Linda

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Wireless Headphones
by joem1234 / October 5, 2009 10:16 AM PDT

The Sennheiser RS 120 Wireless Headphone will work fine for TV.. THe best place for them is at <a href="http://www.pro-audio-warehouse.com"> Pro-Audio-Warehouse</a>

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Audio Out
by joem1234 / October 5, 2009 10:24 AM PDT

The perfect solution. <a href="http://www.pro-audio-warehouse.com"> Pro-Audio-Warehouse</a> has a converter so that you can convert the optical to standard analog. Then you can use you regular wireless headphones. It is the <a href="http://www.pro-audio-warehouse.com/tv1-pof830.html"> Optical-to-Coax Audio Converter</a>. The price is good too.. $22.74.. Can't go wrong..
joe

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Good idea...
by musicloveaddiction / November 16, 2009 2:02 AM PST

Sounds like a handy invention, i wish there was a more generic version that is good quality like you said yours are.

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Re: Wireless headphones
by DukeVanDyke / May 3, 2010 10:49 AM PDT

The problem is that most TVs don't offer analog outs anymore so you may not be able to use the RS120. You can find a model of wireless headphones that has optical inputs at:
http://www.amphony.com

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