The Nintendo Switch now natively supports Bluetooth headphones.
You can connect Bluetooth headphones to your Nintendo Switch through the System Settings menu.
While you have Bluetooth headphones connected, you can only use up to two wireless controllers.
If you prefer, you can also connect Bluetooth headphones to your Switch with a Bluetooth adapter.
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It took a few years, but the Nintendo Switch finally supports Bluetooth headphones right out of the box. It only takes a few moments to set the feature up, but it has a number of limitations.
That’s why you can also use a Bluetooth adapter, which is more work but gives you more options.
Here’s how to connect Bluetooth headphones to your Nintendo Switch, using either the built-in Bluetooth feature or a Bluetooth adapter.
How to connect Bluetooth headphones to your Nintendo Switch
Using the built-in Bluetooth
Before anything, make sure that your Nintendo Switch is updated. The Bluetooth pairing feature is only available in the most recent versions of Switch’s operating system, so you’ll need to update to unlock it.
Your Switch should let you know when there’s an update available, but you can check manually by opening System Settings and scrolling down to the System tab.
You might need to update your Switch before connecting a headset.
Once you’ve updated:
1. Open your Switch’s System Settings menu by selecting the gear icon on the home screen.
2. Scroll down to the Bluetooth Audio tab, and then select Pair Device.
Pair a new device to the Switch.
3. Put your Bluetooth headphones into pairing mode and hold them close to the Switch.
4. When your headphones appear as an option on the Switch, select them and let the devices connect.
Connect to your headphones when they appear on screen.
Once connected, all sound will come …read more
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