26-01-2018 04:04 PM in
I hope someone can help me with an issue I'm experiencing with my Samsung 65" Curved TV, model UE65HU7200, with software number T-NT14UDEUC-1160.2 , BT - S.
I am able to connect a pair of Bluetooth headphones to this TV easily. However there appears to be no way to control the volume transmitted from the TV. I do have volume control on one pair of headphones, but even at maximum, the volume is not loud enough. On another pair, there is no volume control.
What am I missing? On an older Panasonic TV, in the sound menu, there is an option to increase the headphones volume (headphones connected by 3.5mm jack). I cannot seem to find a similar option to this in the Samsung TV.
I hope someone can help please!
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11-10-2021 01:31 AM in
It flashes but it doesn’t change the volume. Same issue with Apple, Samsung, Marshall, and Sony headphones on QLED TV. Actually, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro don’t even auto connect.
18-10-2021 08:55 PM in
In my case, hint from Waffle helped, but I needed to enable Multi-Output Audio. Now, tv remote controls speakers in tv and volume buttons in jabra control full range of volume in earbuds.
14-02-2022 08:38 PM in
My solution was to first, pair the Bluetooth device and connect to it. At this point TV audio should play only through connected Bluetooth speaker, headset, or buds. Set the audio level to Bluetooth spkr with up/down TV vol control. Next, go to quick settings and turn on multi-output audio. Now audio should be playing through both TV speakers and connected Bluetooth speaker. TV volume control now only controls TV. Your Bluetooth audio level should stay at previously set level. Problem solved!