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Wireless headset Will the wireless headset work on a non amplified output from the tv or do you need an external amp

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You do not need an amplified signal. The signal is amplified in the head set. You may need to change the audio settings on the TV change from internal speakers to external amp and/or change from variable to fixed audio out.

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just about any decent amp with surround sound capabilities will solve your problems there !!! all you need is male - male phono jacks and your away

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