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I had no idea but the Verizonwireless.com website is full of valuable information that isn’t brand specific. For example, you can learn all about setting up a wireless surround system for all of your devices. That’s where we found this article about connecting bluetooth speakers to your TV. I had no idea it was so easy!
How to connect Bluetooth speakers to your TV
Not only is it possible to set up surround sound in your living room using Bluetooth speakers, it’s easy. If you don’t have a Bluetooth-enabled TV—check your audio settings on newer smart TVs—then you’ll need an adapter/transmitter to send the sound to your Bluetooth speakers.
The type of audio inputs on the Bluetooth transmitter will determine the cables you need to connect it to your TV. Most models will at least have the standard 3.5 mm stereo jack, but some also include RCA inputs (left and right) or even an “optical”/“digital audio” jack. The optical jack will offer the best sound quality, so use that one if you can. You definitely want to avoid connecting the adapter’s 3.5 mm jack to the 3.5 mm headphone jack on your TV—it’ll mute your TV’s internal speakers and send the sound signal only through the Bluetooth adapter. Instead, use an RCA Audio-to-3.5 mm cable, which plugs into the left and right RCA outputs on your TV and into the 3.5 mm jack on the transmitter.
Once you’ve set up your TV to transmit a Bluetooth signal, turn on your speakers within their specified range and follow the directions to pair them. If you want to pair two Bluetooth speakers in stereo—that is, use one on the left and one on the right—make sure you purchase speakers that have that capability.
Fore more tips on how to set up a wireless surround system for all of your devices visit VerizonWireless.com.