If you are looking for a cheap but cheerful pair of wireless headphones for watching and listening to content on your TV from afar then these TV headphones from Jelly Comb might be a good option for you.
At £25, they are a very cheap set of headphones that use “low-latency” wireless transmission in order to send out audio signals from the transmitter box that’s connected to your TV to the wireless headphones, or you can use them in a wired manner via the 3.5mm headphone port on the headphones.
The transmitter is really the basis of the headphones.
It is a small ovaloid box that will sit quite happily next to your media equipment with a glossy black plastic design on the top, and a matte plastic finish on the bottom.
The box has 2 inputs around the back of it, one for power over a Micro USB cable, and another for inputting audio from a 3.5mm cable. Jelly Comb have included this cable along with a dual phono adapter.
On top of that, there’s also a power switch on the back.
On the right-hand side of the headphones, there is an on/off button, on the front, there are a couple of volume buttons along with a power indicator and finally, there is a 3.5mm and a Micro-USB port on the bottom.
In use, this all works pretty well.
Despite some static, the wireless audio transmission is actually really good for the price. Quality is decent enough for most of the stuff that you will be watching, however, you might find them a little lacking in terms of bass and sometimes quality, so you probably wouldn’t want to watch a movie on them.
That said, for normal TV, these work fantastically.
They also work from a decent distance away, I didn’t measure, however, they worked great for me even in the next room.
The headphones can also be recharged via a 5V power source and they are rated to work for 8-10 hours, which I would definitely agree with.
All in all, we would definitely recommend the Jelly Comb TV headphones, they only cost £25 on Amazon and they work fantastically, if you need a way of getting audio from your TV wirelessly then you won’t do much wrong with these.
Disclosure: We were sent a sample of the Jelly Comb TV headphones for the purpose of this review.