Aux headset connecting to tv problem

phenixgotyou

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I used to use the 1$ headphones while gaming(solo) so i dont disturb anybody in the house .. today i bought a 30$ headset .. when i try to connect it to my tv via 3.5 mm jack .. the sound doesnt come out of the headset .. tho the 1$ headphones still work on the tv ( p.s. when i try using the headset on my phone it works)
 

hang-the-9

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There are different jacks and different headset setups now, there is a 3 pole and 4 pole jack, 4 pole is a combo with microphone and speaker. If your headset is a 4 pole jack, you can try using a 4 to 3 pole adapter to split the signal into mic and speaker, then see if the headphone works with your TV. There are also a couple of devices that have the ground in a different location which can mess things up, or you headset and TV just happen to not make a good connection.
 

VJ_Gamer

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When you connect the 30$ headphone, does the audio comes out of your TV speakers? Which is your TV and the two headphones.

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phenixgotyou

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The 1$ headphones when i used to connect them .. the audio would come out from the tv speakers and the headphones .. when i connect the 30$ ones .. thr audio would come out only from the tv speakers .. the 30$ headsets are Beats(pretty good deal i think) and the 1$ headphones are the normal headphones that comes with phones
 

phenixgotyou

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They work when i connect them to the phone perfectly .. you have any solution ?

 

phenixgotyou

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@americanaudiophil I actually said im the post (p.s. when i connect the headset(beats) to the phone it works perfectly) lol .. you have a solution ?
 

VJ_Gamer

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Then i don't think its the problem with the headset. I guess its the compatibility issue with that particular headset and that particular TV. I had seen similar issues before.

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phenixgotyou

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I dont think so because the tv has a 3.5 mm jack and i think that every headset can be connected to it
 

hang-the-9

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There are different jacks and different headset setups now, there is a 3 pole and 4 pole jack, 4 pole is a combo with microphone and speaker. If your headset is a 4 pole jack, you can try using a 4 to 3 pole adapter to split the signal into mic and speaker, then see if the headphone works with your TV. There are also a couple of devices that have the ground in a different location which can mess things up, or you headset and TV just happen to not make a good connection.
 

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My headset is a 3 pole
 
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