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There's a possibility that the sound board got faulty after you plug the headset..But before we decide to replaced the sound board lets make some observation and initial repair..
Lets see the screen of your TV having headset icon,,if have try to power off your TV and find the headset female connector on your TV then blow air on the connector using compressor or if you don't have compressor the human air blow is enough..
And also I want you to try other ordinary headset with a very low volume of TV to avoid damage of headset..If you hear sounds of headset the sound board is good..
Try those procedure and let me know the info..
Just keep on touch to me and I will do my best to help you because that is my primary goal here in fixya,to help people like you..
Try just turning the volume down on the TV. The audio power to the red/white output jacks should be the same at any TV volume since it is expecting you to control the volume with an audio receiver or other amplifier.
This is an optical digital audio output that uses optical fiber with Toslink optical connectors at both ends, from there it comes the name, since your wireless headset has only analog audio input, you'll need an optical digital audio to analog audio converter, to connect your wireless headset to your TV.
Hello, you need to use wireless headphones, which are supposed to be connected into the audio output left and right. Often sell the headset has been with the appropriate connections to all TVs. Anyway you should tell the seller the type of audio output connection on your TV there. I hope that was helpful! Let me know if you need further guidance
Yes, every head set is capable of receiving audio sounds only require the type of connectivty. For example, the headset may require pin connection so long as the device PS3 has audio outlet. Also, wireless headsets that communicate by wii fii would require powering on the wireless signal acquirer. Thereafter each device should ascertain signal transfer. usually, the PS3 would require powering on any wii fii accessibilty buttons to search an acquire wireless signals in this situation audio.
It sounds as if you are plugging the base into a standard headphone jack located on the Television set.
RCA Headphone jacks (incl mini) automatically stop the sound output to the main speakers on almost every set I have seen.. or home stereo.. etc etc
In other words you can take a standard RCA jack.. with nothing connected to it.. plug it in while the music or sound is coming out the main speaker.. and it will cut off the output to those speakers..
If you set has audio outputs on the back.. preferably Fixed Audio Out .. you will need to connect your base unit to those.. turn your set volume to 0 and adjust the headset volume using the control on the right ear-cup.
If you have variable audio out.. you will need to go into your TV sets setup menu.. turn off the speaker.. and turn up the set until you achieve a signal and decent volume through the headset.
If you are missing these connections..your current “work around” is your only solution.
The audio out from those jacks requir amplification and will not drive a head set. Get an inexpensive stereo receiver and run the audio out of your TV to the receiver and use the receiver for your headset.