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Evgeny Dubnov

Bluetooth headphones for 43UK6300Y

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Hi,

I intend to buy LG TV 43UK6300Y.

So question: if this TV require the Bluetooth headphones which must support LG sound sync (wireless) function.

If yes, could you send the list of acceptable Bluetooth headphones.

Thank you, 

Evgeny

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19 hours ago, Evgeny Dubnov said:

Hi,

I intend to buy LG TV 43UK6300Y.

So question: if this TV require the Bluetooth headphones which must support LG sound sync (wireless) function.

If yes, could you send the list of acceptable Bluetooth headphones.

Thank you, 

Evgeny

Theoretically any Bluetooth headphones should work as it is a universal standard, myself I have been using a £15.00 generic set of earbuds from Amazon for the last three years without problem.   Of course your mileage may vary.

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Thank you George for response,

from 4  Bluetooth headphones which we have at home - no one can't connect to another LG TV (2 year old) which we have.

Because I've asked if something changed and new LG TVs don't have Bluetooth problem 

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