How to Connect TV Headphones to Digital Audio Out

How to Connect TV Headphones to Digital Audio Out
How to Connect TV Headphones to Digital Audio Out

One of the most frequent questions regarding the TV Headphones we offer is how to connect headphones to DIGITAL AUDIO OUT. (pictured left) This port is easily identified as is emits a glowing red light when device is powered on.

This port on the back or side of the TV is also referred to as OPTICAL or TOSLINK. Many newer audio devices have this port, including TV's, SATELLITE and CABLE BOXES, STEREO RECEIVERS, APPLE TV's, DVD Players, Computers, and more.

Since most new TV's are manufactured without standard analog OUT PORTS (Red and White, Left and Right) this port becomes the best or only place to plug in a set of TV Headphones.

On certain TV's the may be the ONLY AUDIO OUT port available.

All of the digital TV headphones listed below include a digital optical cable. One end of the cable connects into the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT on the back of the TV and the other end directly into the headphones transmitter. The transmitter then sends the digital signal wirelessly the the set of TV headphones.

The advantage to connecting via this method is that the headphones will be receiving the clearest, best quality digital audio signal for great sound (even dolby digital surround sound!).

We offer a number of models that offer a direct connection via an DIGITAL AUDIO CABLE (optical) which are available below:


SmithGear Digital to Analog Converter
 NEW FOR 2018  This Digital to Analog Audio Converter converts Coaxial or Toslink digital audio signals to (RCA) analog L/R audio. Works great on TV's that don't have RCA out.
Price: $34.95
Sale: $29.95
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