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Want a TV wireless headphone with no headphone jack or audio out

No headphone jack or audio out

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    looking for a headphone jack on my panasonic veira tv

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You may have to connect the headset through a VCR or DVD player that does have the output connections.

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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Salutations Derek23,

Unfortunately that is correct, most newer televisions do not come with "Audio Out" or headphone jacks. Its almost assumed that you would be connecting the television to a receiver or audio source of some type that would have these types of connections.

Sorry to break the bad news.
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Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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