Hello I have a Panasonic TV: TX-47AS650 and two pairs of bluetooth headphones: Sony DR-BTN200M, Sony SBH60. I would like to use both headphones while watching TV. In practice, it looks like the TV sees both headphones but you can pair with only one (I can choose). Does anyone know and can recommend a cheap, tested, convenient and aesthetically pleasing solution to this problem? Greetings,
TV, in fact its connection BT can handle only one device at a time. This is due to the BT standard.
In this case, I see two solutions:
1 - SBH60 headphones can be directly connected to the TV. The TV has a headphone output.
2 - obtain a BT transmitter and connect it to the TV, eg optical output. Each pair of headphones would have its own dedicated BT transmitter. Note: this additional transmitter must support the NFC ("Near Field Communication") function so that the connection to the pair of headphones works. Both pairs of headphones have this feature built-in. An example of such a transmitter -> link
I found something like that (two-channel transmitter supporting two H-366T headphones):
Well, I can not express myself about this invention. I have looked for some opinions about this device. They are divided 50% / 50%. In general, evaporation is cumbersome, although feasible. In one or two cases, people complained about the asynchronization between sound and video on TV. A colleague will try, it's free.
And another question, is this configuration possible? one of the headphones separated from the TV and the second one was paired with the transmitter
I am writing about this in my post - option # 2. An example of a transmitter I took the first from the list Google showed me without paying attention to the price, I wanted to show the idea of connection.
Each pair of headphones would have its own dedicated BT transmitter.
One transmitter would be a TV and the second one would be a transmitter. I have not expressed this idea very precisely.
Will there be problems with this configuration,
If the colleague is referring to this transmitter from Allegro, please answer the question first "How do I put headphones with this transmitter?"
And finally: why this additional transmitter must necessarily support NFC?
Podpowiem - it has to do with the question "Jak mnie ..." Headphones owned by a colleague have this feature built in, also just look through their instructions. And everything will be clear.
Hello, Polon_us From what I have read, NFC is not necessary to establish a connection between bluetooth devices, and it does not make sense at devices (transceivers) a few meters away (I am so steeply listening to my TV). So what do you think about when buying a sender / transmitter / bluetooth transmitter so that it can pair with headphones without using NFC? greetings
Hello If there were no doubts as to the method and effectiveness of the pairing and the quality of the combination of devices sold on the market, this thread would not exist. The most interesting is that on Youtube etc. everything looks so banal - but I have doubts (resulting from ignorance) hence this thread. greetings
Please ask how the pairing procedure of the headphones with the transmitter sold by a given delinquent looks like.
You will not get the answer ... It is to sell (it does not necessarily work - taking into account the price, a lot of people are simply to send to the rubbish of cities and send back and demand a refund). @sebry Please also remember that while the built-in BT TV has "credibility" of action, I would not place great hopes in an additional "invention". BT is nothing but wifi waves - if a colleague uses a wifi network there may be problems (BT operates in the 2.4 GHz band).
Hello, Kocurek1970 I agree with you about the practices of some producers (especially those from China) - it does not necessarily work but it is important that it is sold. I am surprised by the price of BT transmitters, because with a reputable company, you have to spend over PLN 200 (for a nówka). As for the BT-WiFi collision problems, today I tested the operation of WiFi pairs near the WiFi router: TV (BT) - headphones1 (BT), smartphone (BT) - headphones2 (BT) - everything worked beautifully (simultaneously) without delay and disconnection. At the end: I will be looking for a transmitter among renowned stimulants, because I do not want to check the Chinese anymore. greetings