The Audio Return Channel (ARC) connects your TV and audio system with a single High Speed HDMI® cable and eliminates the need for an additional composite audio or optical cable. You can view the video that covers ARC and enhanced ARC (eARC) features or skip to the detailed information.
“A sound bar can provide a simulated surround effect for a limited seating area. When you add discrete left and surround speakers in locations to the side or behind you, you get a much better surround effect over a much larger seating area.”
Dual Audio allows you to send your media audio to two different Bluetooth devices at once. This means that not only can you use two pairs of headphones at one time but you can share between two different sets of Bluetooth speakers as well.
You can't pair headphones with your soundbar because the soundbar is designed to receive audio rather than send it. Some TVs may allow you to connect both headphones and a soundbar to it, but it's unlikely that the TV will be able to output to 2 audio devices at a single time.
Soundbars will only pair to a bluetooth device that plays audio, like a TV, tablet, or phone. They cannot pair with other bluetooth speakers, headphones, or soundbars.
In most cases where you're using a PC that features separate ports for audio and input, you'll find it's necessary to use a splitter to get full use out of your single-jack headset.
Illustrious. Yes you need a splitter. The headset jack combines the mic, left/right, and ground into a single plug. If you plug it into a left/right headphone jack it'll work since those parts of the plug line up with a regular stereo plug.
A headphone splitter is a device or a medium that allows you to connect two or more pairs of headphones to the same connector at the same time and listen to music or anything else you want with your friends or family.
The 3.5mm speaker and Headphones Audio Splitter allows you to connect two mini speakers or headphones to the same jack on your device such as portable CD player, sound card, or any mini-stereo audio device with 3.5mm jacks.
Is there a difference in the quality of coax splitters? Not all coax cable splitters are created equally. Low quality coax splitters can adversely affect the video signal, causing excessive attenuation of the signal (signal loss) and multiple reflections which can cause ghosting (shadows on the picture).optical splitter