Hello Best Buy customer Anonymous! I'm happy that I could submit this response after only some seven (7) hours of you posting your question as this is a really great TV set! I realize that you are inquiring about which headphones are available for use with this TV; however, you can use "wired" headphones which are available in many different types or you can use Bluetooth/wireless headphones. There "may be" other categories which I am not even aware of! This Insignia 43" LED TV model has a 3.5mm female audio out jack. Also, please keep in mind that if your headphones of choice has a 1/4" male connect there are 1/4" to 3.5mm adapters which would facilitate the connection to this TV with no problem and these adapters are really inexpensive. If you use "wired" headphones like I do, you could always incorporate a shorter "coiled" 3.5mm male to female extension and leave it connected at all times (if you so desire) to the headphone jack located in the rear of this TV and you could leave it resting toward the center of the base of the TV--away from the TV's legs! This way you would be less like to do damage to the TV like if you had to connect and disconnect the "wired" headphones each time that you chose to use them. You could also add an "additional" 3.5mm male to female wired extension to that if anyone using the headphones were sitting further away. Of course, they would have to be careful not to trip on the extension cable(s) at all times! Because there are so many different types of headphones and the final decision would be that of yours and other Best Buy customers, I conducted a GOOGLE search for you and I used the search term => "types of wired headphones." There were several entries; however, a few interested me most as I thought that they might best be of help to you and other Best Buy customers. Here are some of the entry "titles" => (1) Headphone Buying Guide - Best Buy (they give you a "link" to click onto for your review!), (2) Different Types of Headphones Explained in Precise Detail, and (3) How to buy headphones - CNET. Again, there are other entries covering this topic! Whenever you want only sound to come out of the headphones, with this TV, you can go into MENU => AUDIO => TV SPEAKERS => select "ON" if you want the sound to be heard from the TV's external speakers or you can select "AUTO" so that sound can "only" be heard through the headphones. This way it would "not" be necessary to keep plugging in the headphones and removing same each time that you wanted to change the TV's audio functionality. You can also use Bluetooth headphones with this TV! I did a did GOOGLE and YouTube.com searches for: "How to Connect Bluetooth Wireless Headphones to any TV." As I indicated above, this TV (a lot of TVs don't have this feature any more!) has a 3.5mm female audio out jack. You can incorporate/connect a 3.5mm male Bluetooth "TRANSMITTER" ("NOT" a Bluetooth "RECEIVER" please!) and plug it into this 3.5mm female audio out jack on the back of the TV. I've never used Bluetooth or wireless headphones; however, the YouTube videos are short in length (and there are several different videos which you can choose to review) and they provide guidance. Also, Best Buy sells a 3.5mm male Bluetooth transmitter on their website and I've provided an image of it below in the recommended Best Buy products section. Perhaps, this product comes with instructions for set up or, perhaps, the YouTube videos might help you or, perhaps, someone at Insignia Products tech support or a home theater Best Buy sales associate might tell you how to get everything to work in sync. Insignia Tech support representatives are available at 1-877-467-4289 from 8:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 7 days per week. Your question will not only help address your future headphone use decision issues, but also other Best Buy customers as well as everyone has different headphone preferences Best Buy customer Anonymous--from earbud headphones to the "potentially" more bulky/richer sounding over-the-ear headphones, etc. I also provided an image of a "coiled" 3.5mm male to female extension which neatly tucks out of the way (I'm not endorsing any brand here!) and another "straight" 3.5mm male to female extension cable (the length is the user's choice!) so that a person using "wired" headphones can sit further away. I hope that my attempt to answer your question helps you and other Best Buy customers Anonymous! Happy future listening!