Hi, I have a Panasonic LED TV VIERA TH-40C400A and a Baum sound bar connected via the optical audio output. I want to use a pair of Phillips Headphones with it but cannot work out how to do so as there is nowhere on the TV or soundbar for the headphone audio jack. My aim is to use the headphones to listen to the TV at whatever volume I choose, while my partner listens to the soundbar at a low volume (she cannot listen to the tvs itself because the sound quality doesn't work for her). Is this possible and if so, how? Thankyou.
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Thanks... I've been trying to figure out how that,ignited work... but don't think it will. It seems to me that whatever splitter I plug the TVs optical audio output into will have to have an optical out (to the Soundbar) AND an ordinary female analog audio out (to the Headphone base)...
isn´t it an equal device like I posted?
If the soundbar has an analog aux input, the toslink splitter wouldn´t be necessary of course. But if the digital input of the sound bar will be used, the splitter will be necessary in all cases.
No idea mate, I didn't compare yours and mine that closely. OP is happy with with the replies he/she's had so we'll leave it at that. Anyway, I merely suggested an alternative product, what the blazes is wrong with that?