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Tuning in to TV with wireless headphones

I having trouble tuning the headphones to any TV station. There is a lot of hum and static. I can barely hear the audio. I have tried plugging the power into a separate outlet from the Tv and VCR. But nothing helps. The tuner & reciever areĀ in the same the room with a computer, TV, VCR. What can I do?

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I need more info on this. What type of tuner and receiver? Is the tuner plugged into the headphone jack on the tv? If you have a tuner for tv that tunes in channels 2,3,5,12,25,60 etc that would be an older tuner that used the older NTSC standard. Tv stations now broadcast using ATSC, channel 4,1, 4.2 etc.

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u have to split the signal by having both the tv and the headphones getting the input,as you're probably only have the audio cables going to the headphones.You need an audio splitting cable (it has 4 malle connections) so you can put 2 in the tv and 2 in the headphone base.

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