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Topic # 182587 22-Oct-2015 12:07

Hi

I have a soundbar connected via Bluetooth to Sony wireless headphones.

Bluetooth works with the soundbar's woofer and the headphones work perfectly with my iPhone but I can't seem to get any TV sound to the headphones.

Any advice much appreciated.

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  Reply # 1411054 22-Oct-2015 12:28
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I doubt that is what the Bluetooth in the soundbar is for.

It will be so you can connect a Bluetooth source to the soundbar (like a phone) and listen to the music off that. You are trying to use the Soundbar as the source, and that is not what it is designed to do.



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  Reply # 1411082 22-Oct-2015 12:56

Pity.

Thanks for the advice, though.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1411266 22-Oct-2015 17:51
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While there is a soundbar on the market that can send TV audio to bluetooth headphones, expect an audio delay...
In reality, bluetooth is a short rang PITA for real time audio listening.
You're better off with RF headphones.



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  Reply # 1411268 22-Oct-2015 17:53

Thank you, Dunhersfella

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