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    Headphones does not mute the tv ?

    Hello,

    Shortly I put my wireless philips headphones SPC HC8412 to 3,5mm connection and all sounds comes from both TV and phones.

    Why this connection does not mute the tv like it should do ?

    My old "fat tv" made this kind of function after 8 years use. Is this software or mechanical problem ?

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    Hi,

    this is a feature: you can adjust the volume for both seperately.

    Toengel@Alex

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