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Topic # 146665 25-May-2014 16:14
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Is it possible to connect a Wireless Headphone to the T-Box without cutting sound from the TV?
I need a little help with my hearing and thought this would be an easy solution. I am using a Sony Bravia TV which issome 7 years old now.
Perhaps I need to upgrade to a new TV.

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  Reply # 1052924 25-May-2014 16:16
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Moved to correct forum. Please pay attention folks, I will start removing discussions.




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  Reply # 1052926 25-May-2014 16:22
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You can get a pair of wireless headphones and run them out of your audio out on TV or intercept the AV cords if you are using them with a turtle beach pair.




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  Reply # 1052928 25-May-2014 16:24
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freitasm: Moved to correct forum. Please pay attention folks, I will start removing discussions.
Thanks. Sorry about that please put
it down to old-age and it has been a long while since I have been on this Forum.

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  Reply # 1053037 25-May-2014 19:26
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TimA: You can get a pair of wireless headphones and run them out of your audio out on TV or intercept the AV cords if you are using them with a turtle beach pair.
Yes. I understand that but I thought if may be possible to use the TBox if it was ok with Vodafone.

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  Reply # 1053039 25-May-2014 19:30
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Fog:
TimA: You can get a pair of wireless headphones and run them out of your audio out on TV or intercept the AV cords if you are using them with a turtle beach pair.
Yes. I understand that but I thought if may be possible to use the TBox if it was ok with Vodafone.


If it works go ahead. Nothing stopping you i suppose.




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