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Hi,

i have the LG OLED55B6V. I think that's the right model name?

anyhow, I have a pair of Bose qc35 wireless Bluetooth Headphones, which work fine with my LG TV. However, when I pair my Samsung true wireless Bluetooth Headphones, the sound is infinitesimally low, no matter how far I turn the volume up on both devices.

Why?

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Hi, i have the LG OLED55B6V. I think that's the right model name? anyhow, I have a pair of Bose qc35 wireless Bluetooth Headphones, which work fine with my LG TV. However, when I pair my Sam

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@Thomas Devenney FYI: there are apparrently quite a few TV models with this sort of issue.  If you have found thate Bose works, stick with those. If you really want to get the Samsung ones working, try using one of these (might not work with all models of TV, and I have never used one, so cannot comment, but for $7 maybe worth a shot)!

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