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I want to connect the TV Ears to the ABC Component outlets on the back of the TV, but that doesn't work. How can I get sound to come out of those connections?

TV Ears (brand name) uses ABC component wires for TV sound. I am using a splitter and have one set of wires going to the AT&T cable box for regular TV. The Blue Ray player has no compont outlets. So, I want to connect the TV Ears to the ABC Component outlets on the back of the TV, but that doesn't work. How can I get sound to come out of those connections?

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    Sam McClaren May 04, 2015

    The TV is a Panasonic Viera Mod.# TC-50AS530U. The component outlet connections are for such things as Home theater/speaker audio & video units. Nothing in the manuals or in-set settings instructions mention headphones. I'm stumped.


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Only possible with televisions that provide that function, which yours obviously does not.

Posted on May 07, 2015

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    Sam McClaren May 08, 2015

    From Amazon I purchased a "ViewHD" Premium HDMI to HDMI+Audio (SPDIF+RAC L/R) Audio Extractor/Converter/VHD-H2HSAs and a 3ft. HDMI cable and added that to my BlueRay connection. Now, I use the splitter button to switch between HDMI1 & HDMI2. It works just fine. Cost:$30.95.


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