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I have a earing problem i have tried conecting a no wire head phones to the tv but i cannot get it to work please help thanks

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Make sure you are connecting your wireless head phone base unit to the audio OUT jacks on your tv. many tv's now have several in/out jacks that all look alike. if your head phones are not stereo, then plug it into the RED audio OUT jack. if still problems, let me know

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