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Unfortunately, you can't connect Bluetooth speakers to this TV. You can connect a wired sound bar, home theater sound system (receiver and speakers) or wireless headphones with a wired based station (RCA or digital audio input from the TV's audio out). These wireless systems use RF or Bluetooth signals to the headphones. See this page, http://stereodevelopment.com/#what-are-wireless-tv-headphones , for a few models of wireless headphones that will be compatible with the D43-D1.
I wish that I had better news for you. You may be able to find an audio receiver that supports Bluetooth. However, these usually are Bluetooth devices, the same as the Bluetooth headphones. They can't pair and send a signal to your headphones.
When you plug in the headphones, the jack itself routes the signal away from the speakers. When you unplug the headphones, the jack has contacts that close again, routing signal to the speakers. If the jack contacts are dirty, they won't close correctly. I suspect were you to clean the contacts, you'd solve the problem.
check the cables to the base-transmitter station. If they are firmly connected or try to replace them. Most of the wireless headphones of some more advanced design detects incoming signal and switches to mode on wich indicates with another color when the sound dissapears the headphones detects no sound and goes into a powersaving mode. Usually the headphone itself doesn't fault very often, cause they are battery powered and the powersupply isn't wavering like the powertransformer to the base-station due to the irregular power from the ac outlets, wich is why any electronics should be connected to a surgearrester list. Another thing to check for is there any sound coming from the tv/game connector, try to connect a nother speaker assembly or headphone or if the connector is of a low signal type, a amplifier with speakers or headphone make sure you don't have to much between where the sound comes from and the headphones. Let me know if some of my advice helps you!
Check that the mute is not on.If a headphone is plugged into the receiver the speakers will be muted.Verify the the output selector is set to the correct source.Here is a simple check.Select a strong FM radio station.Plug in a headphone.If you are receiving an audio thru the headset.Then disconnect the headset and see if the audio is transmitted to the speakers.If you still have no speaker sound check to see if the speakers have fuses which may be blown.I would try another set of speakers to determine if it's the amplifer or the speakers.The amplifer has fuses as well. Wiilbe inside if not at the rear
My grandcarvan sxt came with a remote for the DVD system and wireless headphones from KOSS. You have to press the headphone button on the remote to change it to headphones otherwise it comes through the main system. With the button pressed we can listen to cd or radio in front while they wear the headphones in back. You might need the remote to change it back to main system. The headphones from Koss are lifetime guaranty and not too expensive.
Kind of confused with the question.
I would suggest you look at the line out and make sure that is not muted withing the sound settings.
Sometimes that happens.
If you are using the headphone part and you plug in the headphones it should turn off the computer speakers and goto the headphones.
If not then there is a different issue.
have you tried going into your master volume contro properties and turned everything up there. If you double click on your volume control near the time and go to properties you'll find all the controls there. Let me know if that works for you.