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My wireless headphone does not receive any signal

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There is no bluetooth listed under my devices on my new Vizio D43-D1 tv. Can I connect it to Bluetooth speaker?


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.

Cindy Wells

Feb 28, 2017 | Vizio Audio Players & Recorders

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The speakers no long produce sound after using the headphone jack,,disconnected jack , still no sound


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.

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A2dp pairing problems


The Victsing unit states that it is a receiver. This will receive the wireless signal from a device and output sound through the headphone jack. A bluetooth transmitter would input sound into the headphone jack from your tv or other source and transmit the signal over bluetooth to a paired receiver. Two of the same type of unit will not pair with each other.

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Sennheiser Wireless Headphone picks up unwanted transmissions


This headset uses a 900 MHz frequency for connection from the headset to the base.
You will always incur lots of interference in a busy office using that frequency band. Any antennas on the roof or close by?
Amateur radio users?
The other thing, you might have a faulty power supply or "dirty power" coming into the unit. You can try and isolate in a current regulating power bar and see if that helps.
Else, consider changing technologies and moving to, say a DECT band.
Avoid, 2.4 and 5 GHz bands as they are in the wireless devices range and likely will incur equal amounts of interference.

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I have a set of T 912 wireless headphones. I am unable to set them up on the TV. I am using the white and red cables from the base station to the TV audio red and white. Do you have any instructions on...


The audio jacks on the TV are most likely inputs, not outputs. They're meant to take the audio signal from something like a DVD player, along with the video input on another jack, so you can play it through the TV. There isn't an audio signal coming out from those jacks, and if you connect your headphone transmitter to them all you'll get is silence. Almost all sets now have at least one set of AV inputs, but most don't give you outputs. The manufacturers figure the TV is just a display device, and not a signal source.

Unfortunately, there isn't any easy way to connect your wireless headphones if the TV doesn't have audio output jacks or a headphone connector. If you're comfortable with soldering and willing to do some modification to your TV, it's possible to add a headphone jack. Most people don't want to start tinkering with their sets, though.

If you're using your TV on a cable system without a converter box and the cable hooks right to the set, you're out of luck unless you're willing to add a headphone jack as I mentioned before. But if you have a cable converter box, or you're using a satellite receiver or other set-top box, you can use your headphones with those. These devices typically have direct audio and video outputs available on the rear panel, and you can use that audio output to feed the headphone transmitter.

What most people do these days is use a home theater receiver along with the TV. All sources (the cable box, DVD player, video game console, audio CD player, etc.) connect to the receiver, and the receiver's audio and video outputs go to the corresponding input jacks on the TV. This way, the TV is just the end of the line. The receiver also would provide an output for the wireless headphone transmitter. This system offers some advantages. You'll be able to connect the proper speakers to enjoy surround sound when not using headphones. And you'll be able to use your wireless headphones with the tuner and audio sources like music CDs when not watching TV.

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Wireless headphone hook up


Hello depends on how you hook it up as thee are several ways.

many receivers will output sound through the headphone jacks even when the speakers are left on.(my receivers require that you manually turn speaker A off when using headphones)

it may be possible for you to connect the headphones to a tape output but this will require headphones that have a volume control on them or an external.volume control knob.. You may encounter a problem as I am not sure if a tape output will provide enough signal to drive a pair of headphones. this would not be a problem if you use a pair of WIRELESS headphones as they have their own power source onboard..

A set of wireless headphones could also easily be connected to the output on the back of the TV but assuming you have your receiver plugged in to the TV audio out you may need a couple of Y adapter cables.

Also if your receiver has a pair of PRE OUT jacks those would work to power a set of wireless headphones may also power a wired set but once again not sure on power as I have never needed to try it.

Hope that helps a bit


Jan 09, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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My last Reciever, I had wireless speakers that worked by plugging into the headphone jack. When the wireless transmiter was plugged into the headphone jack I still had sound coming out of the main...


Your system is designed to interrupt the signal flow once headphones are attached. It can not be changed without internal modifications. There is no control to do this.

Dan

May 12, 2009 | Yamaha HTR-5730 Receiver

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Wireless Headphone not working with my portable DVD player


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.

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