Wireless headphones for TVs without a 3.5MM jack

Eric

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Just wondering if you guys have any advice on this. I have been using them with either RCA or 3.5MM jacks forever but newer TVs no longer support either, is bluetooth a viable alternative for this?
 

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I imagine it would be your only alternative unless you're running the audio through a receiver.
 

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I imagine it would be your only alternative unless you're running the audio through a receiver.
Even my receivers (soundbars) don't have them anymore, it's a dated technology it seems. Just not sure how well BT will work in this situation, anyone here using them on their TVs?
 

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I've been using my Beats Pro for the last couple years. The Beats Flex don't sound as good.
 

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I use an Apple TV that connects easily to PowerBeats earbuds (don't even want it to, it jumps in there sometimes when I turn the earbuds on).

Does your TV have optical out port? I use that for these. I think I've had them for 4 years and are great.

https://www.amazon.com/Sennheiser-R...t=&hvlocphy=9002482&hvtargid=pla-396171472298

I have to use a optical splitter because I also need to connect to a Sonos TV soundbar.
 

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I use an AppleTV 4K almost exclusively so my AirPods Pro work perfectly. I get the spatial audio effect which works remarkably well.
 
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