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Wireless Headphone not working with my portable DVD player

I have just purchased a set of Infrared wireless stero headphones for my DVD player that we typically take in the car. Both are infrared based but I can get anything but an occasional static blurb on the headphones. They seem pretty straight forward - directions weren't even included with the headphones, but I must be missing something! I tried turning on the headphones first and then the TV but they still don't sinc. Any suggestions?

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Re: Wireless Headphone not working with my portable DVD...

Firstly, make sure your DVD have built-in IR wireless module so that your headphone can receive the audio signal from your DVD player.

Second, it should be clear which frequency transmitted from your DVD player. Generally speaking, there are two frequency of IR transmitter.One is 2.3MHz/2.8MHz. another is 3.2MHz/3.87MHz. Only emission frequency same as receiver can receive the audio signal.

Posted on May 19, 2008

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Could be the wrong IR frequency. there are 2 different types

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