There is no neck/clip on streamer available on the OPN right now (the Connect Clip 3.0 is not due out until end of 2017) so the only streamer option currently is to buy the TV Adaptor 3.0 (what audiometrix_hearing calls the Connectline) to stream from TV or an audio source.
So the option for a low latency BT transmitter won’t work until the Connect Clip 3.0 comes out later this year. It was supposed to come out Q1’17 but was delayed with no reason given. But yes, it would have been a good idea to use a BT transmitter if you need a Connect Clip 3.0 anyway if you have an Android phone. But if you have an iPhone then the TV Adapter 3.0 would be a better option because then you don’t have to wear anything, neither for the iPhone nor for watching TV. I’d imagine that the Connect Clip 3.0 when available will cost about the same as the TV Adapter 3.0.
I second audiometrix_hearing that for the best TV experience, use the TV Adapter 3.0 to stream directly into your OPN. If you watch TV with other people, you can control your own volume on the OPN and they can control their own volume through the normal sound system. It has Toslink and RCA audio inputs and even if don’t have either connection but if you have HDMI output from your HDMI switch box, just get a third party HDMI box that has Toslink and/or line (RCA) audio for around $40 from Amazon and you’re all set. While watching TV from the TV Adapter 3.0, you can also set the OPN mic at normal level so you can carry on a conversation with somebody else who’s watching TV with you if you want. Or mute the OPN mic completely if you don’t want to hear any ambient noise.
The approach you did with the Widex can be done with the OPN, too, but the OPN ON app doesn’t have an equalizer like the Widex app so you’d need to have your audi create another program for you on the OPN. I would have your audi create a TV specific profile, however, and not mess with the default program. The OPN has some built-in program like Comfort, Music, Speech in Noise, Lecture. You may want to try out the Lecture mode first to see if that may be good enough for you as the focus there may be around speech. If not then just have the audi build your own.
But even before you create your own TV program on the OPN, try turning on Speech Rescue which lowers the high frequency sounds to a lower frequency region so you can hear the “s” and “sh” better. That may be good enough to help increase the speech clarity that you don’t need to have a special TV program. If you have Speech Rescue in the default program and use the TV Adapter 3.0, the setting in the Default program (with Speech Rescue enabled) will carry over to the TV Box mode so you’ll be hearing the lowered sound in TV mode as well.