Is it possible to connect multiple bluetooth headphones to a TV at the same time?

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I have a smart TV with jio fiber connection. We are expecting a baby in a month’s time blush. So I want to know is there anyway to connect multiple bluetooth headphones simultaneously to our tv.

Thank you in advance for your replies smiley

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neehesh wrote:

I have a smart TV with jio fiber connection. We are expecting a baby in a month’s time blush. So I want to know is there anyway to connect multiple bluetooth headphones simultaneously to our tv.

Thank you in advance for your replies smiley

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one option is to use a bluetooth receiver(very cheap) and then use audio splitter to attach multiple wired headset. i know its not as convenient as using multiple bluetooth headset but atleast its an option which works fine.

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neehesh wrote:

I have a smart TV with jio fiber connection. We are expecting a baby in a month’s time blush. So I want to know is there anyway to connect multiple bluetooth headphones simultaneously to our tv.

Thank you in advance for your replies smiley

Congratulations bro

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Lockdown ka sahi istemal hua he.
Congratulations.
Somebody did mentioned same thing but don’t remember exactly.
@getready @LIMBO

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Sudarshan61 wrote:

Congrats.
Connecting multiple Active Bluetooth device not possible.
You can buy a cheap 3.5MM to FM transmitter(eg https://onshopdeals.com/3-5-mm-wireless-car-rad...) and use your phone FM for listening Audio…

This tech sounds interesting. But what about the audio lag while watching videos?

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Congratulations….. I think if you are using firetv stick, it’s possible for multiple Bluetooth connection

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neehesh wrote:

This tech sounds interesting. But what about the audio lag while watching videos?

I have no idea on that…
Multiple wireless headsets for TV is bit expensive affair as Bluetooth is 1-1 Active connection so most such broadcasting solutions use FM as cheaper option

Even if you are trying to setup multiple Bluetooth transmitter and receiver you will require low latency codec supports ( bit expensive again)

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First things first, congratulations!

Don’t invest in any tech right now. Looks like it is your first time expecting. You may not get enough time to breathe once the baby arrives. Even if you have elders handy, you still don’t want to relax and watch TV. And finally babies don’t get disturbed with TV sounds unless you watch at full volume with surround sound. Babies doesn’t like calm surrounds for sure and even if they do don’t tame them to calm surrounding. You may not get the same ambience everywhere you go

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Kids have very deep sleep, keep volume lowest possible, no disturbance to kids then.
In she/he may give you company after few weeks in watching TV.
After a while u may have to turn on TV for kid to sleep stuck_out_tongue

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myfungang829 wrote:

Congratulations….. I think if you are using firetv stick, it’s possible for multiple Bluetooth connection

I’ll try with my fire tv
UPDATE: it doesn’t work

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