1. Wired connection
Connecting a headphone jack to a compatible input on an adapter is one of the simplest ways to connect headphones to a television. On the back of the TV, there are often connectors with adapters, so choose to buy the right adapter to connect.
On older TVs, the standard jack is usually 3.5mm. However, many new TV manufacturers have long since abandoned analog outputs in favor of digital optical output.
This converter will not only allow you to plug in the 3.5mm headphone jack, but will also convert the audio output into the correct format for playback in your headphones.
Using a streaming device
Using a streaming device is another option. On the remote control of the streamer, there is usually a port to connect to the headphone jack, which is very convenient.
Some plugs on audio devices are rarely compatible with any type of headphone jack. At these times, you can use a compatible adapter to assist.
2. Wireless connection
Bluetooth streaming is already available on newer TVs, check if your TV supports Bluetooth connectivity. To check this you can go to the Audio sections on Settings.
If the TV supports Bluetooth, set the headphone mode to pairing to connect and continue to follow the on-screen instructions to successfully connect the TV to the headphones.
Note that your headphones must also support Bluetooth connectivity.
Using a video streaming device (set-top box)
Video streaming and streaming devices like Apple TV 4K or Amazon, Fire TV Cube also support audio streaming via Bluetooth.
After putting your Bluetooth headset in pairing mode, simply follow the on-screen instructions in the Bluetooth settings on your Set-top box and you can start streaming right away.