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How big of TV are you talking about? Smaller sets, both digital and analog tend to be the ones with headphone jacks. You might also be able to use a computer monitor that has HDMI or DVI input and a headphone jack, as my LG 23" does. However, this method would require a separate audio amp.

Re #2 in 57's comment. Most sets have a mute function, so if you were to use a small audio amp to power headphones from the analog output, she'd just have to hit the mute button. You should have configured the PVR remote to mute the TV instead. I don't know if the PVRs analog output is sufficient to power headphones. Also, if you buy a new set, it would be HDTV and preferrably use HDMI rather than analog audio input.
 
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