Here's the problem.
I have an LG 55" LED/LCD. It has four (4) HDMI inputs, one (1) mini-plug output and one (1) fibre-optic output. The fibre-optic output ties to a Samsung sound bar with sub-woofer that I bought. The mini-plug is for headphones and derails all other audio output.
I want to incorporate wireless speakers for the patio - cable is not an option. Bought a pair of wireless speakers, with a broadcast unit that plugs into the mini-plug output. That won't work, since it disables all other audio.
Question is, what is my best recourse, short of replacing the TV, for allowing some kind of wireless speaker to work? Don't want to disable the sound bar because folk may be indoors watching while I am outdoors, watching through the patio windows, and listening via the wireless speaker(s). Sound bar has no recourse for attaching extraneous speakers. (I could have sworn I used to have a plug that would work for this, but if so, haven't been able to find it.)
My current thinking is to put a wireless receiver close to the sound bar which will then grab the audio and transmit it to the patio speakers. But I've no idea what system would be good for that sort of thing. Or even whether there might be a better approach. (Max distance will be roughly fifty (50) to seventy (70) feet, so that shouldn't be a problem, I thimk.)
Football (the US version) season is rapidly approaching. I have a cigar-smoking friend. We wanna see the game, hear the game, still be able to smoke and drink appropriately. Sound quality is not a major issue - hey, we'll be drinking, smoking, talking - as long as it is reasonably audible and more-or-less static free.