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I have researched but can't find what I am looking for ---- I have a TCL  58-WF33MO-JKLAB ----  It did not have a Blue Ray transmitter built in. 

I have seen that there is a BR transmitter that can be purchased --- but all the ones I have reviewed stops the audio sound from the TV and makes it all headphone. 


What I am looking for is the ability for my partner to listen and adjust the volume on TV for her preferences and blue ray head set which allows me to listen and adjust the volume to my preferences.


Is there such a set-up available???



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think you mean bluetooth (signal type) not bluray (disk media type.)


yes from my understanding what you want to do is doable, but never done it myself to confirm.


i believe you'll need to use the digital optical out that i understand your tv has if the specs i read about it are correct with a bluetooth transmitter like this :- https://www.amazon.c...8PG0SND6HVB7APFor this https://www.amazon.c...oth transmitter


then you just need a set of buetooth headphones to pair to the transmitter like these :- https://www.amazon.c...rds=MDR-ZX770BT


that way you should be able to have sound out from the tv plus through the headphones, with the headphones being able to adjust it's own volume to your liking, both those transmitters i linked to are also able to pair 2 sets of headphones so both you and your wife can just use headphones if you like.


like i said never done this myself but don't see why that shouldn't solve your problem.



Edited by terry1966, 02 December 2016 - 08:50 AM.

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