I've never heard of that.
OK, take time to read https://www.cnet.com/how-to/3-cheap-fixes-for-your-tvs-awful-speakers/ where Rick covers Bluetooth and the section with "Find out more in "How to connect wireless headphones to any TV.""
I have recently bought Samsung K5100 series LED TV. I am using it for two purposes:
1) I have cable set-up box, from which HDMI goes into LED TV.
2) Xbox from which HDMI goes into LED TV.
I have recently bought JBL 450 BT (Bluetooth headphone) and I was looking forward to setup OTA audio setup for TV as well as XBOX purposes. and I am confused now whether it is possible or not?
I know I have to buy Bluetooth transmitter for that. but I have following queries in this regard:
a). Will Bluetooth transmitter connect to LED TV or cable setup box? Because A/V goes from setup box to TV via HDMI.
These are the ports on the back of TV. I want to know what sort of set up will I be needing to setup OTA audio. Currently audio is coming from TV speakers. Samsung settings allow for 2 options: TV speaker or External speaker. I don't know what does it mean by the external speakers.
From what I am thinking, Y cable will be required to connect 2 audio ports to Bluetooth transmitter and from there route it to the headphone. Is it practicable?
c) will this work for Xbox because I have read somewhere that Xbox OTA audio is not possible?
Please advise. Thanks