My mother has a 42 inch Panasonic plasma TV. We'd like to connect headphones - wired or wireless but we strongly prefer wireless - to the TV. I've looked at the TV and the manual and don't see any obvious way to do it. There are no 1/4 inch (or 1/8 inch) stereo jacks anywhere on the TV that I can find. I've never seen headphones with an HDMI plug or RCA plugs on the end. I would be astounded if there is no way to connect headphones to a late model TV so I'm coming here in the hope that someone can tell me how to do it. The *only* thing I can think of is that we can direct the audio from the TV into an external stereo amplifier that we already have - she bought it with the TV but has pretty much always just used the TV's built-in speakers - and then plug wired headphones into the headphone jack. A guy at Best Buy told me that it's possible to buy something called a BlueTooth tower which would connect into that headphone jack, then connect a set of BlueTooth headphones to the tower wirelessly. Is that a reasonable approach? Or is there some way to connect headphones directly to the TV which might be even better? I'm open to various approaches but would prefer to come up with a fairly inexpensive solution; I really don't want to spend hundreds of dollars if I can spend $50 or $100.