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How To Connect Bluetooth Headphones To PS4

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If you cannot, or do not know how to connect bluetooth headphones to PS4, let us help you. In this article, we will give you an easy to follow, step-by-step guide on how to make these headphones work.

Headphones intensify your gaming experience through delivering great sound. And, there’s four ways we’re going to show you how to connect bluetooth headphones to PS4.

Connect Supported Bluetooth Headphones To PS4

  1. Check if your Bluetooth headphones are supported by Sony.
  2. First, turn on your Bluetooth headphones in pair mode.
  3. Then, go to your PS4’s setting, devices, and then Bluetooth Devices.
  4. Finally, select the name of your headphone to connect.
  5. If this does not work, try the next guide.

Connect the Bluetooth Headphones To PS4 Using Audio Cable

  1. First, connect your Bluetooth headphones together with PS4 controller with the audio cable (with built-in mic)
  2. Next, turn on your headphones.
  3. Then, go to your PS4’s setting, devices, and then Bluetooth Devices.
  4. Choose the name of your headphone to connect.
  5. Then go to Devices then Audio Devices menu.
  6. Next, select Output Device, and click Headset Connected to Controller.
  7. Adjust volume by clicking Volume Control.
  8. Finally, Select Output to Headphones, and select All Audio.

Connect the Bluetooth Headphones To PS4 using USB Adapter

  1. Get your USB adapter and insert it to the USB port.
  2. Then turn on your Bluetooth headphones.
  3. Next, go to your PS4’s Setting, Devices, and then Audio Devices.
  4. Click Output Device, and select USB Headset.
  5. Next, select Output Device, and click Headset Connected to Controller.
  6. Click Volume Control to choose medium or louder.
  7. Lastly, Select Output to Headphones, and select All Audio.

Connect the Bluetooth Headphones to PS4 Using Dongle and Wireless Mic

  1. Insert the wireless mic in the PS4 controller.
  2. Next, insert the Dongle to the USB port.
  3. Then, turn on the Dongle and Bluetooth headphones. Remember to stay closer to the Dongle for few seconds until they connect.
  4. Next, go to your PS4’s Setting, Devices, and then Audio Devices.
  5. Click Output Device, and select USB Headset.
  6. Next, select Output Device, and click Headset Connected to Controller.
  7. Click Volume Control to choose medium or louder.
  8. Finally, Select Output to Headphones, and select All Audio.

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