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Adjust the tuning wheel on the side of the headphones so it picks it up.

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Try TV through a/v inputs (if available) using a DVD or VCR. This will rule out the TV tuner as being defective. The only thing left after that is the internal audio output IC/speakers and associated supplies and circuits. Time to either bring in for an estimate or roll up your sleeves, order a service manual, break out the meter and start troubleshooting.

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No green On/Off light. Charge light is red. I hear only static.


Two things.. Check the batteries..
Also.. since these headphones have to have a signal sent to them to activate transmission (green light simply indicates they are receiving a signal) it can take a few moments after the signal begins to activate them.
I would hazard a guess that when you unplug the cables and then plug them back in.. the feedback that generates activates the base much the same as a regular audio signal would
Finally.. make sure the source is a fixed output.. if not.. and its variable..you will have to increase the output or volume to activate the base..

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you need a stand alone tv tuner with audio/video out

how to install:
1. connect tv antenna to tv tuner
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3. connect tv tuner audio out to your wireless headphone control tower.

Fixya... GOOD DAY!!!

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most small devices rely on the wire plugged into the earphones jack to be the antenna to receive the radio signals, so if you are trying to listen to the radio through the builtin speaker without having earphones plugged in, you might just not be getting a signal, and since it is a digital tuner, it probably can tell that you are not getting a signal and so just outputs no sound, not even static.

so try plugging in some headphones if you haven't been doing that.

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Static usually means that the tuner is not working. Chack all of your cable connections first. As a quick test of the tuner itself, remove the cable from the exterior antenna connection and insert a small paper clip. That will act like an antenna and if you scan for channels, something should be seen. If not, then you probably have a bad tuner or have lost the source power for the tuner.
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Hi I had the same problem and just emailed Sennheiser.Go to the menu on your TV and change the variable audio output to fixed. I use the headphones through the home theatre so the volume must be max on the home theatre and then you can adjust your headphone volume. It absolutely worked and I don't get anywhere near the static noise when I go to another room with the headphones on that I got previously. Also be sure your audio cable is plugged into the fixed audio output socket. I did not have to do anything with that.

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I need more info on this. What type of tuner and receiver? Is the tuner plugged into the headphone jack on the tv? If you have a tuner for tv that tunes in channels 2,3,5,12,25,60 etc that would be an older tuner that used the older NTSC standard. Tv stations now broadcast using ATSC, channel 4,1, 4.2 etc.

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