Even with today's modern TV sets that comes with all the bells and whistles such as Android OS, 4K and HDR; they still lack the feature to stream audio to wireless devices such as Bluetooth headphones and speakers.
I have a great pair of Luxa Lavi-D Headset with awesome audio quality and amazing battery life. If I'm playing a game on my PC or watching something over phone I can stream directly to my headset. But often I watch Netflix and movies directly on my TV, where I have to pump up the volume and get the rest of the guys off their beds.
Well no worries! The issue can be remedied for as little as 10 dollars. I bought a small USB dongle off Ebay capable of streaming audio from 3.5mm stereo jack to Bluetooth headsets and speakers (actually any Bluetooth receiver). It's compact and has a low profile, didn't take even a minute to connect to my TV and pair with my headphones.
Meet the YET-TX9 USB Bluetooth Music Transmitter, a small dongle that can be powered by plugging to any USB port (including your TV). The device comes with 3.5mm stereo cable and an RCA to 3.5mm converter, which can be used to connect to either the headphones jack or the RCA component connectors at the back of the TV.
Just hook the device up, turn on the TV, start the pairing process by holding the button for about 10 seconds. Voila! You're good to go, and the next time you power on the devices, they'll be automatically paired. The sound quality is great and there is no noticeable lag in audio.
For the price and ease of use, this great little device is worth the price. Especially if you're someone like me who often enjoys late night movies or video game sessions.