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What output jack should a wireless headphone system be connected to for use by a hearing impaired person, while still allowing sound fron the external speakers for others in the room to listen to? The headphone being considered has its' own independent volume control. The Receiver is a Yamaha RX-V730.

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The REC OUT jacks on the back are usually the best as they are not affected by the system volume. You'll need an RCA L and R Male to Headphone (1/4" female) adapter (available at Radio Shack and online sellers).

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The Tape out or record out is the port i would use if it has a Red and White stereo cable to the headset.

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I would connect the headphones to tape out. That output always matches the current source. The only setting adjustment that would need to be made would be to set that output as a fixed volume in the reciever settings so that its always at max output and the volume adjustment can be made at the headphones themselves.

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many receivers will output sound through the headphone jacks even when the speakers are left on.(my receivers require that you manually turn speaker A off when using headphones)

it may be possible for you to connect the headphones to a tape output but this will require headphones that have a volume control on them or an external.volume control knob.. You may encounter a problem as I am not sure if a tape output will provide enough signal to drive a pair of headphones. this would not be a problem if you use a pair of WIRELESS headphones as they have their own power source onboard..

A set of wireless headphones could also easily be connected to the output on the back of the TV but assuming you have your receiver plugged in to the TV audio out you may need a couple of Y adapter cables.

Also if your receiver has a pair of PRE OUT jacks those would work to power a set of wireless headphones may also power a wired set but once again not sure on power as I have never needed to try it.

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