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I have 2 pair of Sony MDR-RF925RK wireless headphones. They cannot be used at the same time for different audio sources (Computer + TV) as both headset pick up the same signal. Do I have to return one set and buy a competetive headset using an alternate frequency?

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You don't necessarily need to buy a different brand of headphones. Check with Sony and see if they offer the same headphones with different frequencies.
I've had to do this with other wireless products in my own home.

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