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How to connect Sennheiser wireless headphones to Samsung TV

by ausgirl13 / August 8, 2013 6:39 PM PDT

HELP! I have tried all day long to connect my Samsung TV with my new Sennheiser RSD 180 wireless headphones. I even called in a technician, and he did not have a clue either. I have bought an audio digitial optical cable, a digital to analog converter and connected everything, and still there is no sound on my headphones. I have tested the headphones with my mobile, they are working. I have also exchanged the converter and the digitial cable because I thought it might be faulty. Can someone PLEASE help me.I am really a bit frustrated. Thanks

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Given no TV model number.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 9, 2013 2:35 AM PDT

I think the only fix is to get a TV with an analog headphone jack. Maybe it's just a setup issue but as I can't find which TV it is, my advice is to return it now for one that has a headphone jack.
Bob

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But did you test the converter output?
by Oldartq / August 9, 2013 4:37 AM PDT

or do you know the optical to be working. I may not have a clue but I can sure tell where it is stop coming out. Step by step along the path. This tech. guy sound not very good.

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