After spending hours and hours researching how I could use a pair of Bluetooth headphones to listen to audio on my Sony XBR television, I finally found the tool to get the job done.
The MEE was very easy to pair with my Beats Solo headphones.
I used the 3.5 plug.
First I had to disconnect the headphones from my computer Bluetooth, because it was making the pairing with the MEE difficult.
I used the 3.5 audio plug because the Sony XBR 850 was using the optic slot to send audio to my Sony Sound Bar.
As soon as I plugged in the 3.5 plug, the sound on the TV went off, but it was in the headphones. For the Sony, you need to go into HOME, Sound, and select the box that turns off the TV's sound...when headphones are being used. You need to reverse it..when you are through with the headphones, so you can hear the sound from the TV again.
The MEE has not lost the Bluetooth pairing since I started it up.
Sound on my regular TV is kept at about 20...sound on the headphones needs to be around 60, but will revert back to 20 when you quit the phones and go back to the regular television sound.
Spent $60 at my local Best Buy for the MEE transmitter but it was worth it. The MEE comes with a nice long 3.5 audio cord, long enough charger cord, and a optic cord. I did not have to buy any additional extensions to install the MEE. The MEE sits on top of my
DVD player...just because it is handy there. It could be mounted out of site with velcro...but, I wanted it easily accessible in case it needed to be (re)paired off and on.
Worth the money.
Note that the Sony XBR 55-850B 4K Smart TV...apparently comes with a "Bluetooth" of sorts, but it is only for the "mouse" that comes with the TV...or so the manual says.