Pair Bluetooth headphones with an Amazon Fire TV box
One of my favorite things about the Roku is the headphone jack on the remote control.
This allows you to plug in a pair of headphones and listen to movies and TV shows without disturbing your partner.
It's a really great feature and now Amazon Fire TV box users can also experience it, but you will need a pair of bluetooth headphones.
Turn on your headphones and on your Amazon Fire TV box.
Head on over to settings, click on the option for Controllers and Bluetooth Devices followed by Other Bluetooth Devices.
Under the Discovered Devices list, you should see your headphones.
If it's not there give it a minute and check again.
Once you see it, click on your headphones and wait for them to pair.
Nice and simple.
Now you can watch your favorite TV shows and movies without disturbing others.
Want to disable it?
Just turn off your Bluetooth device.
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I'm Dan Graziano for CNET.
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