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High pitch noise from brookstone tv wireless headphones

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just received Brookstone Wireless TV headphones as a gift, trying to connect to Samsung Hi-Def mode HLR5067WAX/XAA. There is not 'headphone' jack so I connected the 3.5 mm to a pigtale for a RED-White cable.... any one have information on where the R-W cable is plugged into for sound???

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