I like to watch TV while I am am working in the kitchen. But I also make a lot of noise in there (running water, etc) which overwhelms the TV sound. And that's even with running the TV through the stereo speakers.
So I researched wireless headphones. Most got poor ratings, but mostly for not trnsmitting through rooms walls. Well, that wasn't my concern (I'm still in direct line-of-sight to the TV). So I bought a well-rated wireless headphone.
I couldn't get it to work. There were 2 ways to connect them. One was direct from the headphone plug to the back of the wireless headphone station. The other was from the back of the headphone station to the A/V controller unit (whatever you call the device that lets you select the various other devices like TV/Stereo, DVD player, etc).
The cable to plug into the device controller headphone unit was too small though the audio in/out fit perfectly. No arrangement of plugs allowed the audio-out connection to work. So I needed either an adapter plug to fit betwee the small plug and the headphone plug. I hope that makes sense. I assumed there was an adapter plug to fit from th small headphone plug to the larger one.
So I went to Radio Shack, of course. They opened and tried several adaptor plugs which didn't work. I suggested maybe there was a cable that matched all the plugs. The salesperson at Radio Shack didn't think so.
I found it on the shelves myself. Am I the only one how thinks Radio Shack personnel aren't as experienced as they used to be? I had to find a rather obvious cable MYSELF! At Radio Shack!
So back at home, I plugged it in. It worked perfectly. The wireless headphones work great. But nothing is perfect. Plugging the headset in cuts off the stereo speakers. Worse, my radio won't play whether the headphone plug is in or out. I'll have to explore that.
But I have to say that while the dishwasher is running and I an running sink water to clean dishes or get hot water, I CAN hear what is on the TV.