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Sony WH-RF400 Wireless TV headphones with transmitter

Item # 158WHRF400

A household-friendly solution to one of TV's most common problems: speech and dialogue can be too hard to hear.

A household-friendly solution to one of TV's most common problems: speech and dialogue can be too hard to hear.

Item # 158WHRF400

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C$179.99

About the Sony WH-RF400

Jeff Miller

A personal solution for better TV sound

Customers often tell us that they find TV dialogue too hard to hear and understand. The Sony WH-RF400 wireless TV headphones solve this problem, without forcing you to crank up the volume and disturb others. The wireless transmitter connects to your TV's analog RCA audio outputs or headphone jack. (Please note: there are no HDMI, optical, or other digital connection options.
Man wearing Sony WH-RF400 TV headphones

The Sony WH-RF400 headphones help you hear dialogue and sound effects more clearly, without disturbing others.

A personal solution for better TV sound

Customers often tell us that they find TV dialogue too hard to hear and understand. The Sony WH-RF400 wireless TV headphones solve this problem, without forcing you to crank up the volume and disturb others. The wireless transmitter connects to your TV's analog RCA audio outputs or headphone jack. (Please note: there are no HDMI, optical, or other digital connection options.

I've tested an earlier version of this system, and the headset made speech so much easier to follow than my TV's built-in speakers. Plus, I was able to enjoy big movie effects in a place where firing up a surround sound system would be a no-no — namely next to my napping two-year-old's bedroom.  

How it works, and what's included

Use one the included cables to connect the WH-RF400's transmitter to your TV or audio system. The transmitter sends an audio signal wirelessly to the included headset. Slip the headset over your ears, and you get clear, powerful — and personal — TV sound.

Easy-to-wear headset with on-ear controls

The headset feels incredibly light, so even though it fits over your ears, it is unobtrusive. You'll appreciate that during longer movies and binge-watching sessions. Controls are convenient, too. There's a volume dial on the right ear cup, and below it a "Voice mode" button that brings the dialogue front and centre. 

Plenty of wireless range

When I watch TV, I'm rarely able to just veg out on the couch. I'm either cleaning up after the kids, folding clothes, or doing some other chore. The Sony WH-RF400 gives you 150 feet of wireless range to move around in. 

This was particularly useful when I watched a weekend afternoon baseball game. My kitchen is right next to my living room, so I could start prepping for dinner while still keeping tabs on my team. When the lazy Sunday crowd erupted into cheers, I knew to head back over to the TV to catch the important play.

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Product highlights:

  • transmits sound wirelessly from a TV or audio system to a set of over-ear headphones
  • Sony's transmission process reduces signal noise for clear wireless reception
  • Please check your TV's connections:
    • does not offer a digital audio connection to your TV (no HDMI, no optical)
Wireless Audio Transmitter:
  • RF wireless transmitter range: up to 150 feet
  • features a 3.5mm stereo minijack input for connecting to your TV
  • includes two cables:
    • 63" cable with stereo mini output
    • 9" cable with stereo RCA outputs
  • includes AC adapter for power
  • docking station for charging the wireless headset
  • battery status LED
Wireless Headphone Set:
  • over-the-ear, closed-back design helps keep out external noise
  • large 40mm drivers for clear, powerful TV sound
  • rechargeable AAA battery provides up to 20 hours of operation
  • on-ear volume dial and tuning button
    • "Voice mode" button for boosting dialogue
  • turns off automatically when not in use
  • weight: 9.7 ounces
General Info:
  • carrier frequency: 915.5 MHz, 916.0 MHz, 916.5 MHz
  • frequency response: 10-20,000 Hz
  • warranty: 1 year
  • MFR # WHRF400

Fit FactorsSM

  • Lightweight
  • Relaxed fit
  • Good for TV watching

What's in the box:

  • WH-RF400R Over-ear RF wireless headphones
  • TMR-RF400 Transmitter/charging base
  • AC adapter with 6' DC output cord (DC output: 12V 200mA)
  • BP-HP800-11Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery (2.4V 800mAh)
  • 63" Audio cable (3.5mm plugs on both ends)
  • 9" Audio adapter (female 3.5mm jack on one end and stereo RCA plugs on other end)
  • Operating Instructions (English)
  • Operating Instructions (Fren/Span)
  • Limited Warranty sheet
  • Warning (for AC adapter)

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Features

Overview: The Sony WH-RF400 Wireless Stereo Headphone System lets you enjoy your music, TV shows, games, or movies in private. The headphones operate on radio frequencies (RF), giving you a range of up to 150 feet. The system includes the over-ear headphones, RF transmitter/headphone charging stand, rechargeable battery, and connecting cables.

Drivers/Closed Back Design: The WH-RF400 headphones feature large 40mm drivers (1.57"), giving you clear, accurate sound quality over a wide frequency range. The drivers are housed in closed-back ear cups to reduce ambient noise and to keep the audio from leaking out. The ear cups feature soft ear pads for added comfort during long listening sessions. The ear cups swivel and tilt on the head band to provide the best fit.

Voice Mode / Volume Control: If you use the wireless headphones to watch TV or movies, you can enjoy clearer dialog by engaging the Voice Mode. You can easily switch between Voice Mode and Normal playback mode with the slide switch on the right ear cup. The headphones rotary volume control is also located on the right ear cup.

Rechargeable Battery: The WH-RF400 is powered by the BP-HP800-11, a 2.4-volt 800mAh Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) rechargeable battery. The battery is stored inside the left ear cup, and provides up to 20 hours of playback time. If you place the headphones on the transmitter/charging stand after each use, you can keep the battery "topped off," as it will recharge automatically. A fully-exhausted battery charges in approximately 7 hours. The charger automatically turns off when charging is complete, so there's no need to remove the headphones from the charging stand.

Optional Alkaline Batteries: When the rechargeable battery is exhausted, you can insert two "AAA" alkaline batteries and continue listening. Fresh alkaline batteries provide approximately 24 hours of playback time.

Transmitter / Charging Stand: The TMR-RF400 RF transmitter/charging stand connects to your audio source via a 3.5mm stereo mini cable (supplied). The transmitter operates at 915.5 MHz (channel 1), 916.0 MHz (channel 2), and 916.5 MHz (channel 3). If the headphones are not able to receive a clear audio signal, you can switch between channels on the transmitter base. The headphones will locate the new frequency when the Auto Tuning button (on the right ear cup) is pressed. The transmitter has a range of up to 150 feet.

Noise Reduction: The transmitter takes the audio input signal, compresses it, and converts it to an RF signal. When picked up by the headphones, the signal is decompressed, which reduces the noise level, and improves the signal-to-noise ratio.

Specifications:

  • Frequency Response: 10 Hz - 22 kHz
  • Dimensions:
    • Headphones: Ear Cup Width 3.144", Height 3.997", Depth 1.827", Headband Width 1.345"
    • Transmitter/Charging Base: Width 5.116" Height 10.688" Depth 6.29"
  • Weight:
    • Headphones: 9.7 ounces (w/battery)
    • Transmitter/Charging Base: 9.5 ounces

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Customer Q&A

41 questions already asked

Q
does this work with phone or it is only for TV?
gevo  Dec 08, 2023
1 answer
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The Sony WH-RF400 Wireless Tv headphones are designed for use with TV Gevo, but has a 3.5mm analog input that can be used with other sources with wired 3.5mm or RCA analog outputs. If you have an optical digital Toslink output on your TV, you could use the Sony WLA-NS7 Bluetooth adapter in the first link paired with the fabulous Sony WH-1000XM4's in the second link. The below pair would allow you to use your Bluetooth headphones with your TV and with sources from your smartphone! https://www.crutchfield.com/p_158WLANS7/Sony-WLA-NS7.html https://www.crutchfield.com/p_1581000XM4/Sony-WH-1000XM4-Black.html
bo  Dec 08, 2023 (Staff)
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Can you buy the headset only? Have the set already but headphones are broken need to replace just that.
bobbyj  May 17, 2023
1 answer
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Greetings Robert, and thank you for your question. We do not sell just the headset. Perhaps you can get that direct from Sony. You can try calling them at 888-222-7669.
hogan  May 17, 2023 (Staff)
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Can I use the headset with streaming? It worked when I had Spectrum. I can't get it to work if I want only stream programs. Please let me know thank you
brenda  Feb 12, 2023
1 answer
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These capable Sony WH-RF400 Wireless TV headphones will work with any source playing into the transmitter base's 3.5mm input, so no worries there Brenda. Some TV's will only output sound through the headphone or audio output when set to "2channel PCM" in the TV's audio settings. Streaming programs will often use multi-channel decoding. If you are losing sound with some sources and not others, check the audio output settings on your TV. I hope this helps!
bo  Feb 13, 2023 (Staff)
Q
how do you replace battery? Charging only lasts less than an hour.
susan  Dec 16, 2022
1 answer
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It is possible to use two AAA batteries as a replacement for the BP??HPB00-11 battery pack located in the left housing of the headphones. Removing the housing cover may be achieved by sliding it downward to release it. Two AAA batteries should offer approximately 24-hours of playback.
zachary  Dec 17, 2022 (Staff)
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What does the model # start with under the charger stand?
mary  Oct 10, 2022
1 answer
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This package has the TMR-RF400 model Transmitter/charging base (stand)
jason  Oct 11, 2022 (Staff)
Q
how long does the unit take to charge?
cynthia  Oct 03, 2022
1 answer
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Greetings Cynthia, and thank you for your question. A fully-exhausted battery charges in approximately 7 hours.
hogan  Oct 03, 2022 (Staff)
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Where are batteries located ?
annie  Aug 04, 2022
1 answer
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The battery compartment is located in the left earcup.
thomas  Aug 05, 2022 (Staff)
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My headphones quit working. I replaced the battery and they still did not work. I charge them for two or three days thinking maybe I hadn???t waited long enough. And they still don???t work. I have a new TV it???s about three months old and it worked with it until recently. I have only had these earphones two years. I don???t know what else to do. Do you have any suggestions.?
roberta  Jul 21, 2022
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The Sony headphones are excellent. I Have had the Sony phones since 2920. They perform consistently and do not cut out or present any interruptions. Sound quality is very good. I had Senheiser before that and I prefer the Sony.
michael  Jul 22, 2022
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make sure your tv volume is turned up.
robert  Jul 22, 2022
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Make sure they are sitting on the cradle properly. On several occasions I have noticed that the headphones were not charging as they were incorrectly placed on the cradle. I believe a light changes color when they are properly seated. If that doesn???t work not sure what else you can do.
john  Jul 21, 2022
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It really sounds like you've covered all your bases as to what you've attempted unfortunately. If they came from here, feel free to give our Tech Support staff a call to see if they have some additional guidance on what to try.
brooke  Jul 21, 2022 (Staff)
Q
Can you use with pacemaker?
scott  Nov 26, 2021
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My pacemaker is manufactured by St. Jude Medical. After I got the pacemaker, I brought this headset to my first appointment with the St. Jude technician and I was told it was OK. That was 2 years ago, and it hasn't caused any problem. I use the headset 2-3 hours each day.
neil r  Nov 30, 2021
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Some older pacemakers had restrictions but I am not familiar with newer models of pacemakers. Your cardiologist or his nurse should be able to provide you with any current restrictions and he or she would be the go to authority. Personally, I would have no qualms about using the headset if I had a pacemaker but please don???t take my opinion as expert which I certainly am not. Call your surgeon or cardiologist!!!
mary a  Nov 29, 2021
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How do I turn on the set? Turn on button?
jack  Sep 12, 2021
3 answers
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Slider switch on L side. Switch turns on small green light when on.If you can't find it, turn headset around.
edward  Sep 12, 2021
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There is a power on off button on one of the ear cups. Volume on the other.
robert  Sep 12, 2021
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There???s a switch on the ear cup.
ed  Sep 12, 2021
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Can you lower the volume all the way down so nobody can hear the t v and use the headphones?
fernando  Mar 03, 2021
3 answers
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Absolutely. When I watch TV late at night, I just mute the audio and listen through the headphone.
philip  Mar 05, 2021
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Yes you can mute the tv and headphone will work
tim  Mar 04, 2021
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I am able to turn my tv volume down, and still use these headphones. The set of headphones I have, have their own volume control which operates separately from the tv.
edward  Mar 03, 2021
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My wife has hearing problem and needs a head phone set with separate volume control for left ear and right ear. What ear phone would you recommend for her?
jing  Feb 01, 2021
3 answers
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There is not a separate volume control for each earpiece, but there is a good combined control. She might be able to simply offset one earpiece slightly off the "good" ear to accommodate the situation. These headphones are totally acceptable for TV listening - but a critical audiophile would not accept them for listening to high-quality music audio.
scot  Feb 02, 2021
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If its for watching TV it should work very well you probably will have to adjust balance left to right on TV or stereo. They sound great my wife has the same problem ear surgery last year and this solved any problems
mark  Feb 01, 2021
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The Sony headphones that I purchased did not have the proper fitting to connect with my bookcase stereo which is a Sharp. So I traded with my sister who happened to have an older set of Sony headphones. The older set???s connection worked fine and fit properly. However, the new headphones work very well with our Sony TV. My sister has hearing loss in both ears and these headphones are great for her. Hope this helps.
mary a  Feb 01, 2021
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Will these work on any TV ?
philip  Jan 31, 2021
3 answers
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The tv/screen needs an audio output either via rca jacks or a headphone jack.
ed  Feb 01, 2021
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We plugged our set into the back of our cable box which offered RCA connectors, We had used the ones on the TV for something else. If you have RCA connectors available, the headset should work fine, We like ours very much overall. They occasionally pick up another channel rather than the one we are listing to.
edward  Feb 01, 2021
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If your tv has a mini rca audio jack which overrides the speakers, then it should. I run the audio through a home theater receiver then use a mini rca to 1/4??? (large) rca adapter. As soon as you plug in the speakers are turned off and audio goes to the headphones.
steven  Jan 31, 2021
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i have SONY TV MODEL KDL-52-WL135 SO WHICH WIRELESS HEADPHONE IS BEST ?
bob  Jan 31, 2021
1 answer
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I use the WH-RF400 wireless headphone for TV watching. It is great for dialog, which is something I bought it for. I am very pleased with it, and I thought the price / benefit was an excellent value.
robert  Jan 31, 2021
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Is there a differ between the WH-RF400, and the WH-RF400R battery?
albert  Nov 21, 2020
1 answer
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Thanks for your question. For information on comparing two or more models I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They will be able to help determine the differences and help you make the best choice for your system and your budget.
kristina  Nov 24, 2020 (Staff)
Q
im getting static on sony 400 is there something i can do ?
linda  Oct 19, 2020
2 answers
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I???ve gotten static also. USUALLY stops after a full charge.
susan  Oct 20, 2020
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I guess my first choice would be to contact Crutchfield tech support. I don't have that problem with mine but maybe you have more electronic gear in your home. Sometimes other wireless appliances interfere with each other.
robert  Oct 19, 2020
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Can I set my Sony x800H TV so that when the headphones are plugged in, it doesn't disable the sound from the TV so others not using headphones can still hear?
jayray  Oct 11, 2020
1 answer
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We have a Sony also and the volume control can be turned off while using the headphones and volume for normal viewing and listening can be on while someone is using headphones. The adjustment is made with your TV settings.
mary a  Feb 01, 2021
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Where can I get new earpad covers for my MDR-RF 985 R Headphones. The black coating on the earpads is flaking off?
roger  Sep 16, 2020
1 answer
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We have not received any answers from other customers on your question. I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They should be able to help answer your question.
thomas  Oct 08, 2020 (Staff)
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When I would use the Sony headphones , would it turn off the speakers so nobody watching could hear program , or can other people watching could hear it also ?
john  Sep 15, 2020
2 answers
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It turns off the speakers so no one else can hear.
robert  Sep 16, 2020
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No. The headset has its own volume control and others can still watch tv using their own separate volume control. I might add, the sound on these is incredible, like sitting in a movie theater so you may want your own!
karen l  Sep 15, 2020
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I have a unilateral hearing loss - only the left ear is non-functioning. Can I get both audio channels (R&L) in only my right ear?
jay  Sep 10, 2020
4 answers
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You can look for a Y-cable that takes both channels of the audio output and combines them to a single cable to plug it into your headphone base unit.
timothy  Sep 25, 2020
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You can get a stereo to mono "Y" adapter to get both channels combined. Just look for one that matches the jacks on your TV output side. Hope that helps!
ron  Sep 24, 2020
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I can???t answer this since I purchased the Sony ears for my sister who has bilateral hearing loss . She loves the product and I can recommend it highly.
mary a  Sep 24, 2020
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I do not believe so They do help a lot Also With hearing lost in left ear.
tom  Sep 24, 2020
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How do you install the headphones into the TV?
irene  Aug 27, 2020
1 answer
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Just plug into the A/V jack (red and white) from back of TV audio out to headphone stand. The headphones come with the appropriate wire.
russell  Aug 27, 2020
Q
Can unit be connected directly to cable box red/white audio output?
stephen  Jun 18, 2020
2 answers
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I don???t think so, at least not with our box. I am wondering why you would want to do that?
mary a  Feb 01, 2021
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I plug mine into my AV receiver using the standard headphone jack. For me it was the easiest approach. Didn't try going into my cable box.
robert  Jun 18, 2020
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We have the wh-rf400 headset and charging stand. Plugged into sound bar aux. the sound is not the channel displayed on tv. How do i remedy this? Different channel
john  Jun 15, 2020
1 answer
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If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer.
kristina  Jun 24, 2020 (Staff)
Q
how do you connect the wireless tv headphone to the tv?
rosalinda  Apr 19, 2020
3 answers
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Plug it into the AUDIO OUT jack on the TV.
wayne  Apr 20, 2020
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The base station (the stand the headset is setting on) connects via Bluetooth to the head phones. The station is connected via RCA (red & white) to the TV's audio output. Plug the power cord to the base station & allow it to charge up along with a fresh battery in the headset.
cynthia  Apr 20, 2020
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These are radio frequency rf and you plug the red and the white to your tvs audio out and the other end the female end into the headphone male cable. I am pretty sure.
craig  Apr 20, 2020
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does sound come from both headphones?
ken  Jan 07, 2020
2 answers
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Yes.
lawrence a  Jan 08, 2020
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I couldn't use the Headphones, as my TV doesn't have a "HDMI Audio Output".
patrick w  Jan 07, 2020
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Can I use any wireless headphones with this unit?
ross  Dec 23, 2019
2 answers
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I would like to know the answer to this also.
tom  Dec 23, 2019
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I don???t know. I have older ones on another tv but haven???t tried them on this unit. I bought these because it has a setting that enhances dialogue. Very satisfied
robert  Dec 23, 2019
Q
Can I use any wireless headphones with this unit?
ross  Dec 23, 2019
3 answers
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No that transmitter uses a specific RF signal that is paired to those specific Sony headphones. If you want to use your own headphones you probably want a Bluetooth transmitter that can pair with any Bluetooth headphones or speaker. The Soundcast VGtx would be a great example: https://www.crutchfield.com/I-rET1c290/p_751VGTX/Soundcast-VGtx.html
casey  Jan 05, 2020 (Staff)
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Sorry, but I cannot answer this question. It involves technical information. The Product Advisors will most likely have information and can give a valid answer for this question.
theodore  Jan 03, 2020
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I???m not sure I understand your question. The unit comes with wireless headphones. If you mean using some other brand of headphones I doubt that that is possible.
alan j  Dec 23, 2019
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I have these headphone and I can only get the left side to work yes?
terry  Dec 16, 2019
1 answer
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The same is true of mine. I had to place a toothpick to the right of the volume control to maintain pressure between it and the hard plastic.
susan  Oct 20, 2020
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Can another person listen to the TV speakers at their desired volume at the same time one is using the headphones?
jerry  May 09, 2019
3 answers
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Yes
paul  May 18, 2019
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Based on Several customer reviews, and the information I found regarding the functionality, the headphones can be used in tandem with the TV speakers at differing volumes!
thomas  May 17, 2019 (Staff)
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yes and if tv is muted you can still listen on speakers
david  May 15, 2019
Q
Can I connect this headphones to my harmon & kardon 3490 model stereo receiver?
harry a.  May 04, 2019
1 answer
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We recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They should be able to help answer your question.
jessica  May 12, 2019 (Staff)
Q
is there a way to plug sony wh-rf400 into my tv digital optical jack?
judy  Apr 24, 2019
2 answers
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There is no digital input on the Sony transmitter. You could use a digital to analog converter to convert the optical digital input out of your TV into an analog signal you can feed into the transmitter. Here is a basic Metra DAC that would do the job https://bit.ly/2ZU6JQ5
casey  May 03, 2019 (Staff)
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to. Get sound on both TV and ear phones we had to plug one into our cable box. Hope this helps.we are happy with your productl
mary  May 03, 2019
Q
Can I buy just the transmitter for another TV ?
allen  Jan 12, 2019
2 answers
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I'm just a customer and don't know the answer, so I suggest asking Crutchfield. We are pleased with the headphones.
wayne  Jan 12, 2019
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I would think so, but I don???t know for sure.
ross  Jan 12, 2019
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Can multiple headsets be used on same docking station/transmitter? I mean can different headsets be used for listening simultaneously using the same transmitter?
al  Dec 29, 2018
2 answers
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It would have to be paired with the transmitter. This headset has 3 settings to use to get a clear reception. This is what my husband said do tell you. He loves it!!!
jane  Jan 02, 2019
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I would think that a second headset would operate only if it works in the same frequency range as the original headset. If not then it probably would not respond to the transmitter.
luther t.  Dec 31, 2018
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The headset charges for 15 seconds then the red light goes off - any others having this issue?
jamie  Nov 23, 2018
1 answer
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If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the settings on the product and see if there may be a fix. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer.
kristina  Nov 28, 2018 (Staff)
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Is there a noticeable delay in the sound coming out from the headphones, as compared with the sound coming from the TV speakers - due to the signal processing?
aussie43  Nov 16, 2018
3 answers
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If you plug headphones into the TV, and you have a home theater system, you will have a delay.
wayne  Apr 20, 2020
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There is no such delay on my headset.
luther t.  Dec 31, 2018
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Nope. It's right on.
peter  Nov 16, 2018
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Does Stereo Mini Plug come with Unit?
rick  Nov 06, 2018
2 answers
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Yes there is a 4-5 foot cord with a stereo mini plug on each end. One end is inserted into the transmitter/charger unit and the other end is connected to the headphone jack on the tv. This disables the speakers on the tv and you only have sound through the headphones. There is also a y-adaptor that comes in the box and instead of connecting to the headphone jack you connect to the adaptor and there are two RCA type phono plugs that insert into the speaker jacks on the back of the tv or the speaker jacks on a stereo receiver. This does not disable the speakers and you have sound through the headphones and through the speakers. Headphones are great!
luther t.  Nov 07, 2018
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no
gerald  Nov 06, 2018
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