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So if there is no microphone input does that mean it isn't possible to use wireless headphones?

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What maker and unit is this
and make of wireless head phones

wireless head phones kits use the speaker plug of the unit
and sender to send the sound to the wireless head phones

you can have a speaker and mic socket added to the unit easy

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No because the mic is a signel in device and the headphone jack is a signal out jack! meaning if you plug the mic into it the mic will act as a speaker and music will come out of it and ruin it!
I would buy an adapter at radio shack and plug it into the phono input on the back of unit! and if you dont have a phono input you will need to buy a small pre-amp and plug it into the aux or tape input!
That will work!
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