I have a television with an audio jack, which I used in order to connect to my wireless headphones (through a connecting base sold with the headphones).
Unfortunately, the audio jack is now damaged, and I would like to understand how I can use wireless headphones without it.
The television does not have Bluetooth connectivity, but it has RCA and optical cable connections available.
I would prefer a solution where the audio goes through the RCA/optical cable permanently, without having to plug in the cables every time I need to use the headphones to the television.
Perhaps a soundbar or a surround sound system, which is then able to connect to a wireless headphone, even if it implies buying both.
I would like to spend not more than 150$, if possible.
Do you have any suggestion?