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I have a LG TV model 55EG9A7T and I have been trying to connect my sennheiser bluetooth headphones using the wireless sound sync for the longest time but it is not able to find the device under available devices.

I tried to call in LG tech support - but no one seems sure whether only LG brand headphones are supported. 

Does anyone know if only LG headphones are supported?

 

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