Hi there, I have a question regarding the volume output of some wireless headphones I have. First, the background: I recently moved into a house in a remote location that is surrounded by hills and trees. I installed dish network by running an unamplified rg-11 line 500 or so feet to the house and am getting a signal of roughly 55db. The audio and video seemed fine to me, so I never concerned myself with it again. I have a set of wireless headphones hooked up to the TV so I don't disturb the family at night, but with the volume cranked all the way up, they lack in volume. I was starting to think maybe they were just on their way out for whatever reason, but the other night I watched blade runner 2049 on blu-ray and the sound completely blew me away! I had to reduce volume considerably as it was hurting my ears. So now I know there's nothing wrong with the headphones. My question is whether or not I'll be able to get better volume from the headphones by trying to amplify the signal coming in from the dish? Or is there another solution I might want to consider? Any advice is much appreciated.