Searching for headphones with independant L/R volume controls 2017-11-02 09:17:20 Hi everyone. I'm currently trying to find headphones with independent left and right volume control. Those would be used by my father who's audition isn't what it used to be (especially one ear) to watch the TV (without having everyone around also hear it ).To make matter worse, i'd like a wireless models as i don't fully trust him not getting his feet in a long cable connector and when i showed him pictures of the existing "stethoscopic" models he expressed lots of concerns about having headphones plugged inside his ears rather than around. When i searched around (amazon and web wide search) i found a number of headphones designed for people with audition troubles but they are all of the stethoscopic design which makes sense as they are supposed to be better for people also wearing vision glasses but doesn't really help me. I found references of an Amplicom model (AMPLICOMMS HS 1200) which would have been perfect but apparently is out of stock everywhere (might be possible to find a second hand one and hope it's still good but no new). Even looking at wired headphones, there isn't much choice. Apart from one Steinheiser model (Sennheiser HD 65 TV) i didn't found any that offered left/right volume controls.Does anyone know of either a good model of wireless, non stethoscopic headphones with left/right controls or an alternative way of controlling l/r balance on headphones with a single volume control. I don't want to mess with the TV balance globally, that might help him but not my mother (and i don't even know whether or not their TV have such a setting). I thought about using that Sennheiser headphones with a bluetooth emitter and receiver to turn the wired headphones wireless but i'm not sure whether bluetooth is really good for TV headphones. I've read that aptX offers "low latency" but what exactly does that mean behind the commercial talks. Low latency might be perfectly fine to listen to music but still way too much for a movie.I checked the connectors and the TV does have RCA connectors if it helps.Thanks in advance for any help provided in either finding the correct headphones or an alternative system.