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TV headphones

(Topic created on: 04-02-2021 11:58 AM)
Roland K
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I have a Samsung UE43KS7500 and would like to use Bluetooth/wireless headphones  and the tv speakers simultaneously. I copy below the relevant pages from the TV's manual. When selecting Setting>Sound>Select speaker, the only option offered is 'TV Speaker', and when going into 'Listening to the TV through Bluetooth devices' (Expert settings) it advises that when in this mode the TV speaker is disabled. It would appear therefore that the TV's standard  settings do not allow me to do what I need; is there a workaround? I obviously want to be clear on this before I shell out up to 200 Pounds on the earphones!

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AndrewL
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@Roland K: it may be the case that you have to pair the Bluetooth headphones to the TV before the Multi-Output Audio option becomes available. With this in mind, try pairing your headphones via Settings > Sound > Expert Settings > Wireless Speaker Manager > Bluetooth Audio Devices. If you're successful, head back to Settings > System > Accessibility > Multi-Output Audio to see if you're able to activate this feature. 

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Pugs1957
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You need to use the multiple audio device function in accessibility settings .
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Roland K
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Multiple audio device function - my TV states 'This function is not available', unfortunately. Any other ways round the problem?

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AndrewL
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@Roland K: it may be the case that you have to pair the Bluetooth headphones to the TV before the Multi-Output Audio option becomes available. With this in mind, try pairing your headphones via Settings > Sound > Expert Settings > Wireless Speaker Manager > Bluetooth Audio Devices. If you're successful, head back to Settings > System > Accessibility > Multi-Output Audio to see if you're able to activate this feature. 

Pugs1957
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Yes, see AndrewL's post, you need to pair first.
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Roland K
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Thank you very much - this worked! I'm all set to go now.

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