Originally Posted by DaddysBus
I totally know what you're saying but this damn Samsung doesn't seem to have a 3.5 inlet. I've attached a couple of pics in case my eyes are just missing it.Attachment 261263Attachment 261264
Are these photos of the rear TV? It may not have the headphone jack but the the front TV does. That is where you plug in your Bluetooth device and that will send the sound signal from the TV to the radio in the Bluetooth mode. You want to use the front TV as that is the one you will be playing movies on.
You do not input sound to
the TV. Even though I now have wired mine direct, I still use the headphone jack for the output. I have the same front TV as you do as I upgraded mine last fall and it has a headphone jack. There probably is a plug in it from the factory to run the headphone jacks at the second passenger seat and at the rear to the side of the rear seat. You have to unplug that plug to use your Bluetooth device. When you want to hear the TV speakers, simply unplug your Bluetooth device.