how to connect unsupported bluetooth to ps4?:Top 3 Ways in 2022

We are going to tell you about how to connect unsupported Bluetooth to PS4? After the launch of the PlayStation 4, Sony announced that the PS4 does not support A2DP (including BlueTooth devices) or any Bluetooth profile in audio streaming. A2DP stands for Advanced Audio Distribution Profile, a stereo music profile sent via wireless Bluetooth.

Bluetooth audio devices are not supported by the ps4,

Why does Sony stop supporting Bluetooth devices for PS4? The reason is that A2DP will be lagged by 100-200ms, which would make the situation more strange when using these devices. So you can’t pair most Bluetooth devices with the PS4. But there is a workaround for this. Try the methods below to connect Bluetooth devices to your PS4 and enjoy your games!

how to connect Bluetooth headphones to ps4?

Connect a Bluetooth Headset with a USB Dongle,

The PlayStation 4 is a great gaming console, but it lacks a feature or two. One of them is using any Bluetooth headset – you can only use a few official and licensed options. Fortunately, there is an accessory to solve this problem: the PS4 Bluetooth headset dongle.

The FreeMe works very simply: you get a USB dongle, plugs into the PS4, and a 3.5mm microphone, which plugs into your controller. It’s plug-and-play, with no special software required. Once inserted, pair your Bluetooth headset with the dongle as usual, and you will be away. You can choose to transfer game audio to the headset and other players in your multiplayer game or group chat.

The 3.5mm microphone is a marvel, with impressive sensitivity that allows it to pick up your voice without your face being near the controller – play as you usually would. The PlayStation 4’s settings menu can be used to adjust the microphone volume to suit your voice and environment.

The dongle and microphone are small and light; you won’t notice they are there once installed. The small size also makes them easy to carry and ensures they won’t get in the way when playing with your favorite Bluetooth headphones.

  • Plug the Bluetooth adapter dongle into the USB port on your PS4.
  • Wait for the dongle to flash blue quickly. It indicates pairing mode.
  • Please turn on your Bluetooth headset and put it into pairing mode as well.
  • Your Bluetooth headset will now be paired with your PS4, indicated by the solid blue light on the dongle.
  • Now insert the microphone into the 3.5mm port on your controller.
  • Your PS4 will now display a message confirming this connection.
  • Your Bluetooth headset will now be fully connected, allowing you to listen and talk while you play.

Connect Unsupported Bluetooth to ps4 Using Wired Support

If you cannot connect your headphones using the first method, you will need to connect them using wired media instead of Bluetooth. If you think Sony hasn’t even created a way to connect your Bluetooth headphones, you’d be wrong. Your PS4 controller has an audio jack that can be plugged into any headset so that voice can be transmitted to them.

You would need an audio headphone jack which may have been supplied with your Bluetooth headphones. Otherwise, you quickly buy one for a few dollars on Amazon.

Connect the headphone audio jack to your headset and to your PS4 controller. Make sure the controller is connected correctly.
Now go to Settings> Devices> Audio devices. 2-21
Now select Output Device and make sure to select the option Headphones connected to a controller. You can use the volume control (headphone) located below to adjust the volume according to your needs. If your headset has a microphone, you can also change the setting of the input device. 3-19
To make sure that not only the chat but the game volume is also transmitted to your headsets, we need to change the Output to Headphones option. Make sure it’s selected as All Audio. 4-17
Save changes and exit settings. Now check if you can hear the sound well on your headphones.

how to connect bluetooth headphones to ps4?

Connect to PS4 with Supported Bluetooth Devices
If Sony supports your Bluetooth device, you can directly configure the settings to pair it. If you are unsure whether Sony supports it, you can check the headset to find out more. But it is never dangerous to try to configure the settings.

Turn on your Bluetooth headset in pair mode to connect.
Go to PS4 Settings> Peripherals> Bluetooth Devices.
Select the name of your headset to connect.
If the connection is successful, you can try to play games now with your Bluetooth headset.
If, unfortunately, it fails and the following message appears: The PS4 does not support Bluetooth audio devices or Unable to connect to the Bluetooth device within the allotted time, you can try the following methods.

It’s easy, isn’t it ?! How are you helping? If you have any further questions, please feel free to comment below, and we’ll see what more we can do to help you.

Zahid
Zahid Is the founder of The Soundbar Stereo. He started this website from scratch, and he is passionate about everything related to soundbars and home theaters.
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