If you are a video games lover, perhaps you can’t stand with playing games without headphones. But do you know how to use PS4 Bluetooth headsets? In this post, MiniTool offers the tutorial on how to connect Bluetooth headphones to PS4.
About PS4 Bluetooth Headset
Many video games are designed to be played with high-end headphones. If you’re playing on a PS4 console, you’ll want Bluetooth headphones.
Whether you are a late-night gamer who is worried about waking the family, or you just want to perform better in the game, Bluetooth headphones are always fantastic choices. However, some Bluetooth headphones may not be compatible with PS4. So, you may have difficulty connecting them to your PS4.
Here is a list of some PS4-compatible headphones. You can check if yours are on the list.
- Razer Kraken Tournament Edition
- Razer Nari Ultimate
- Sony PlayStation Wireless Platinum
- Beyerdynamic Custom Game
- Turtle Beach Stealth 700
- Turtle Beach Elite Pro 2
- Turtle Beach Recon 70P
Actually, whether your Bluetooth headphones are compatible with PS4 or not, you can connect them to your PS4. The detailed steps could be different.
Follow this guide to connect Bluetooth headphones to PS4.
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Case 1: Connect the Supported Bluetooth Device to PS4
If your Bluetooth device is supported by Sony, you can directly configure the settings to connect it to PS4. If you don’t know whether it’s supported by Sony, you need to check the headset package to get the information.
Now, let’s see how to connect Bluetooth headphones to PS4.
Step 1: Turn on your PS4 Bluetooth headset in pair mode.
Step 2: Turn on your PS4 and navigate to Settings > Devices > Bluetooth Devices.
Step 3: Select the name of your headset to connect.
Step 4: Now go to Devices > Audio Devices and configure some settings.
- Click Output Device and select Headset Connected to Controller.
- Click Volume Control (Headphones) and adjust it according to your needs.
- Click Output to Headphones and then choose All Audio.
Then, you can play games and check if PS4 Bluetooth headset works.
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Case 2: Connect Unsupported Bluetooth Headphones to PS4
If your Bluetooth headphones are not on the list of officially compatible devices, there is a simple way to connect them to PS4. All you need is a USB adapter. You can choose one with a suitable price and top quality on Amazon.
Just follow the steps below.
Step 1: Insert the USB adapter to the PS4 USB slot.
Step 2: Turn on your Bluetooth headset.
Step 3: Go to PS4 Settings > Devices > Audio Devices.
Step 4: Click Output Device and select USB Headset.
Step 5: Then configure the settings in Volume Control (Headphones) and Output to Headphones as mentioned in Case 1.