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Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by David Segall, Nov 10, 2008.

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  1. David Segall

    David Segall Guest

    I have noise canceling headphones that I would like to use with a
    wireless connection to my television set. Is there a device that I
    could plug into the TV headphone socket that would transmit the stereo
    audio to a matching device that I could put into a shirt pocket and
    plug my headphones into it.
     
  2. SC's not so high-tech mono solution to your problem:
    http://www.siliconchip.com.au/cms/A_109639/article.html

    It's rather interesting that there does not appear to be products
    readily available to fill this niche... I could do with one myself.

    Dave.
     
  3. atec77

    atec77 Guest

    In a couple of words
    "Induction Loop"
     
  4. Jasen Betts

    Jasen Betts Guest

    there are small low powered FM radio transmiiters, in your pocket
    you'd put an ordinary FM radio.
     
  5. David Segall

    David Segall Guest

    I did look but I did not find a quality, wireless, noise canceling
    headphone. Even if I found one I suspect that each of those adjectives
    costs around $100.00 and I already have two thirds of what I need. I'm
    happy with my Sennheiser PX 250 <http://tinyurl.com/sennheiser2>.
    Wireless would allow me to fetch a cup of coffee without pausing the
    TV program.
     
  6. cth

    cth Guest

    How about this one?:

    http://www.aurelwireless.com/rf-wireless-modules/product-info.asp?id=324

    Don't know about it's availability outside of Italy/Europe.

    Elektor magazine is covering it in their December issue:

    http://www.elektor.com/tijdschrift-elektuur-en/next-edition.79089.lynkx

    Chris.
     
  7. David Segall

    David Segall Guest

    To be honest, the answer is because I believed a Bose advertisement I
    read in an airline magazine after trying to watch a movie
    <http://www.bose.com.au/site/about_bose/technologies/index.aspx?path=products&CTRL=PTCH&pfid=&tid=6>.
    I assumed that both the Bose and my, cheaper, Sennheiser earphones
    were "enclosed" in addition to noise canceling.
    I agree that this effect is noticeable when you first turn on noise
    canceling but I don't notice it after a few seconds.

    Anyway, which enclosed earphones would you recommend that would have
    comparable performance to noise canceling ones on a 747.
     
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