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I want to use headphones to listen to movies late at night - any suggestions

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Buy a headphone amp at Daddy's or guitar center, connect from a line-out set of jacks in the rear,then dont use your power amp while the headphones are being used.

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Headphones are stereo-only so if your movie audio is multichannel digital the receiver won't mix it down for you. Even if it DID pass the front channels through to the headphones you would miss the other 5.1 channels so the experience would be unsatisfying.

If you connect and select a stereo analog connection for your movie source the headphones will pass it through for those times you want to use them.

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Wireless headphones


If you're handy, you could rig up a wireless solution to this. The problem is that you have two screens, each presumably playing a different movie. If you purchased an off-the-shelf wireless transmitter accessory, you could connect it to one of the screens. But then if you purchased a second wireless transmitter accessory, and connected it to another screen, you would need to make sure both wireless transmitters were operating on different frequencies, so that each person could wear a different pair of headphones and listen to their own movie. Hopefully this makes sense. You could use either an FM Modulator to do this, or an Infrared Audio (IR) transmitter... Remember, these units aren't like factory installed headrest systems; they don't have the wireless audio transmitter already built-in, so you can't just buy wireless headphones and listen to them.

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