Bluetooth adapter

My wife likes watching TV in bed, she has wireless headphones which are on their last legs. Is there a Bluetooth adapter that plugs into the headphone socket on the TV that will allow her to use Bluetooth headphones, we can get a decent set far cheaper than a set of replacement wireless headphones. Thanks in advance.
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My wife likes watching TV in bed, she has wireless headphones which are on their last legs. Is there a Bluetooth adapter that plugs into the headphone socket on the TV that will allow her to use Bluetooth headphones, we can get a decent set far cheaper than a set of replacement wireless headphones. Thanks in advance.
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It was more aimed at personal recommendations from people I respect as opposed to smart arse answers. ;)
 
It was more aimed at personal recommendations from people I respect as opposed to smart arse answers. ;)
In that case I won't suggest that she takes them off her legs and puts them on her ears.

Let's call it a bump as I'm curious myself. It seems a practical way to run two sets of headphones and avoiding lengthy cables.
 
My wife likes watching TV in bed, she has wireless headphones which are on their last legs. Is there a Bluetooth adapter that plugs into the headphone socket on the TV that will allow her to use Bluetooth headphones, we can get a decent set far cheaper than a set of replacement wireless headphones. Thanks in advance.
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I got one of these in Tesco (I think) for under 20 squids. The internal battery lasts a fair while, but if you have one of them new-fangled TVs with a USB socket or two, you can power it from there.

https://kitsound.co.uk/product/details/39359/Bluetooth_Music_Adaptor_2/KitSound/Bluetooth_Adaptors/
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I did, but it confused my old brain, I think I've managed to get the right thing, it plugs into the usb port and headphone socket.
 

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