I need to know if its possible to use the sentry HO900 headphones on my 13 inch t.v. The only jack for a headphone is in the front and only jack for one plug. THe headphones have two wires, red and black and neither work in the frong jack for a headphone. What do I need to do.
The H0900 should come with a mini-plug adapter. The headphone jack in my TV was deeply inset, so I kinda reversed it. The adapter plugs into the transmitter, then the Red/White plugs, into that, then the long end of the cord into the TV.
Works fine for me. My problem will be posted seperately.
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My mic DOES pick up stuff, we just can't quite figure out where the mic actually is so we can talk into it and actually hear us talking pretty well, we can slightly hear us talking into it in a recording, but it's so low! (we/us being me and my friend)
You need to plug in the RCA plugs (red and white) to your cable receiver box and NOT the TV outlet.
If you have satelite box, it's the same thing. It has two sets of audio-out and one of them goes to your TV and the other set may be free.
If not, goto Radio Shack and get a SPLITTER so you can plug in the headphone set.
However, these headphones... I have one, may not be all that good quality and reliable.
These headphones are NOT a very good quality and if your on-off switch broken, it's not much use anymore. Taking out the battery is one solutions until you get tired of it and pitch the thing in the trash :)
The ability to turn off the external speakers of the radio being plugged into has to do with the capabilities of the radio itself, not the headphones. Most radios will automatically disable any built-in speakers when you plug headphones in but yours may require an extra step. Check your radio manual to see if it has a switch that can do this.