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LG C1 headphone connection


Eric Ramsay

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I am trying to connect my LG C1 to my wired Sennheiser RF 175 speakers. My tv is also connected to a Sonos Beam soundbar via EARC.  Having selected Wired headphones on the Sound out menu, the headphones come on for about 3 seconds and then both the TV and Sound out menu flick back to HDMI.  I have tried using two further wired headphones and also some Bluetooth headphones but all show the same result.  The only way I can get the headphones to stay on is if I take the HDMI lead out of the tv, thereby disconnecting the soundbar.  I didn't have this problem with my previous Panasonic TV because as soon as I switched on the headphones they came to life together with the TV.  I can't see any LG menu item that I am missing.  I have also logged the issue with LG - no reply yet.  Any ideas please?

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