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Shoes2468

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#119116 21-May-2013 14:29
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Basically once the kiddies go to bed, watching an action movie is out of the question, so wanting to get a couple of pairs of wireless stereo headphones. Our TV is a 55ich VT50 with bluetooth, it has the ability to play audio to Bluetooth headphones. Are bluetooth headphones any good? and can you pair two at the same time?
I only really want to spend $100 each, any recommendations?

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Dunnersfella
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  #823215 21-May-2013 21:56
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Just use the analogue audio out on the back with a set of wireless RF headphones... then, if you buy the right ones, you can buy another set to work off the same base station.

I don't know any that are good for your budget though.

 
 
 

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  #823253 21-May-2013 22:32
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I got some refurbished Turtle Beach X41 wireless headphones off Ebay. They are really good for watching DVD's (especially action movies).

I feed them via the optical output from my TV so all audio is fed through (ie Sky, DVD, Blu-Ray, Xbox).

They do get some interference with our wifi router since we got UFB installed (since the ONT is near the TV) but before that they were faultless.

Shoes2468

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  #823388 22-May-2013 09:40
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Dunnersfella: Just use the analogue audio out on the back with a set of wireless RF headphones... then, if you buy the right ones, you can buy another set to work off the same base station.

I don't know any that are good for your budget though.


Is my budget unrealistic? 

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