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A. Black

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converting headphones to wireless
« on: 13:15:08 | 15 June, 2014 »
My headphone connects to the radio via a 3.5mm plug that I plug into the radio.  Is there some solution that would convert this to wireless so that I could sit at one end of the room and wirelessly receive the lineout from the radio at the other end eliminating the long wire across the room or possibly it might even work throughout the house if line of site were not required.  The headphone would presumably have to connect into one device and that device would communciate wirelessly to another device that would be plugged into the radio.  Specific links to such a set up would be appreciated.
« Last Edit: 17:18:43 | 15 June, 2014 by A. Black »

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Re: converting headphones to wireless
« Reply #3 on: 08:24:06 | 16 June, 2014 »
Be aware that BT is usually limited to 10 m - 30 ft 
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Re: converting headphones to wireless
« Reply #4 on: 16:52:52 | 09 August, 2014 »
Don't know how I missed this post at the time.

Cordless headphones have been available for years.  Choice of Infra-red or RF (not necessarily Bluetooth).  Just put "wireless headphones" into a search engine.