How to Add Bluetooth to Your TV and Connect to Wireless Headphones

To add Bluetooth to your TV: Check if your TV has Bluetooth compatibility. Look at the audio outports on the TV. Connect a Bluetooth transmitter to an audio output port on the TV. After making sure the Bluetooth transmitter has power, put the transmitter and the receiver into pairing mode. 7 days ago

Do you ever find yourself wanting to watch TV while your partner is sleeping but feel like you can’t because it will disturb them? Or maybe you just want to watch TV without the distraction of outside noise? Whatever the reason may be, there is a solution to this problem: adding Bluetooth capability to your TV so you can connect wireless headphones.

The process to do so may seem daunting, but with the right tools, it’s actually quite simple. In this article, we will be going over the steps to connect wireless headphones to your TV using a Bluetooth transmitter.

First, you will need a Bluetooth transmitter. You can purchase a Bluetooth transmitter for around $23-$24. Once you have the transmitter, you will need to locate the AUX cord on the back or side of your TV and plug the transmitter into it.

The next step is to sync your wireless headphones to the transmitter. Hold down the power button on the transmitter until the light flashes blue and red. Then, hold down the power button on your wireless headphones until they also flash blue and red. Once both are flashing, they should connect automatically.

It is important to note that if you try to sync the headphones and transmitter without first plugging the transmitter into the TV, it may not work. Also, if you leave the transmitter plugged in when you are not using it, your TV may have no audio. Lastly, make sure to charge the transmitter regularly.

In conclusion, adding Bluetooth capability to your TV is a simple and effective way to connect wireless headphones. By following these steps and keeping the tips we provided in mind, you can enjoy your favorite TV shows and movies without disturbing anyone else.


Can you add Bluetooth to a TV that doesn't have it?
What can I do if my TV doesn't support Bluetooth? If your TV does not support Bluetooth but you still want to connect a Bluetooth speaker or headphones, you can get a Bluetooth adapter. These can be connected to a 3.5mm audio port or a standard left/right AUX audio port (using red and white cables).
Do all smart TVs have Bluetooth?
It's good to note that in most cases, Smart TVs have Bluetooth. However, it doesn't mean to say that all Smart TVs have Bluetooth. This is highly applicable for digital or older tv models. A number of Android TV models, even those from Samsung (although very limited), are not equipped with this feature.