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Headphones with TV

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by scott69, Jan 22, 2003.

  1. scott69

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    I am going to have my Grandfather staying with me for at least two months. he is deaf as a post !
    In his own house he either wears headphones or has the vol. full up ( lucky neighbours ) when watching TV.
    My question is : is there a way of listening to the TV through headphones without cutting the sound from the TV, so that i can watch it as normal and he can have his headphones full blast ?
    any suggestions would be appreciated by my Grandfather, Neighbours, and Me !
     
  2. drphibes

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    Quite a funny post that mate:D .

    Does the tv have phono outs ? maybe you could route the sound into a amplifier and then plug some headphones into the amp?.

    Hope you get something sorted

    Drphibes
     

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