Skip to content
Button Hover Notifications
FREE 60-DAY RETURNS
Free returns within 60 days of purchase date. Once we receive the item, a refund will beinitiated immediately.
|
2-YEAR WARRANTY
All purchases from Avantree.com automatically comes with a 24-month warranty.
|
BULK DISCOUNTS
● 5-9 receive 5% off order total
● 10-19 receive 10% off order total
● 20+ receive 15% off order total
Discounted prices will be shown at the checkout step.

News

How to Connect Bluetooth Headphones to Xbox ONE?

by Avantree Support 17 Apr 2024

Unlike PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, Xbox One does not support USB audio output, so you can't use one of those USB Transmitter Adapter dongles to connect your Bluetooth gaming headset...

 

However, There's still a way to do it. What Xbox One DOES have is a Digital Optical Audio Output, a.k.a. SPDIF or TOSLINK... so if you have a Bluetooth adapter that supports Optical audio, you'll be able to connect your AirPods or Galaxy Buds or whatever Bluetooth headphone you may have... to the Xbox ONE!

 

The port is located on the back of your Xbox One, labeled "SPDIF."



And the "adapters" look something like this:

 

Avantree Audikast Plus (Learn More)

 

Avantree Oasis Plus (Learn More)

Oasis Plus

 

BUT! There's a downside to this...

The Digital Optical port is for audio OUTPUT only. In other words, you won't be able to use your microphone and do in-game chats... all you can do is listen.

 

Perhaps... something to look forward to on the next generation of Xbox?

 

You might be interested in noise cancelling gaming headphones .

Prev Post
Next Post

Thanks for subscribing!

This email has been registered!

Shop the look

Choose Options

Edit Option
this is just a warning
Login
Shopping Cart
0 items