Using Wireless Headphones on TV with NO RCA outputs
Sorry if this has been covered before, but I have done lots of digging and seem to get mixed opinions.
Basically, I want to set up my wireless headphones with my Samsung LED TV but unfortunately, it has no RCA outputs (only inputs). My headphones do come with a 3.5mm to RCA converter which I can connect to my "audio out" jack, but I've read this can lead to signal issues.
I also understand that I can connect the wireless headphone dock directly to the RCA outputs on my source and use it that way. For example, connecting it to my cable box. The problem with that is, I have multiple sources (cable box AND PS4) so I would be forced to disconnect from one source and plug into the other every time I want to switch the sound source.
So what's the best way I can connect the wireless headphone dock directly to the TV so I can use it with multiple sources without being forced to buy an expensive amp or receiver?
Btw, the two audio related outputs my TV has are "Audio Out" and "Digital Audio Out"