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In this article, we will learn how to connect Bluetooth headphones to PS4. Here’s how to connect a Bluetooth headset to your PlayStation 4.
One of the best aspects of modern consoles is how easily you can connect them to other devices. Gone are the days when you had to buy the game company’s signature peripherals. Instead, you can connect almost anything to anything, including — and especially — Bluetooth devices.
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If you’re using a PlayStation 4, the process is straightforward. Just follow these basic steps to connect Bluetooth headphones to PS4. You can also follow these steps to connect any compatible devices to your console, so leave this article bookmarked in case you plan to plug a keyboard and mouse down the line.
How do I connect a Bluetooth headset to my PS4?
First, prepare the device you want to connect to. Then select Settings > Devices > Bluetooth Devices. This will set your console to search for additional devices to pair automatically. Your already paired devices will be shown, as well as an icon indicating the type of device.
Please select it from the list of disconnected devices to pair a new device. A simple blue light will indicate this to the left of the device name in the menu. If it’s turned on, you’ve already connected the accessory to your console.
In some cases, you will need to enter a password provided to you by your device for pairing. Just enter your password.
And you did! Keep in mind that there is a limit to the number of Bluetooth connections your PlayStation 4 can support. The exact number depends on the console model, but you can count on three or four connections as a practical limitation.
PlayStation 4 is a versatile system with many unusual and hidden features. If you want to know more about your system, check out our PlayStation 4 tips and tricks, as well as the PlayStation 4 Pro guide if you have one of the newer systems installed. You can also check out our instructions for setting up HDR on your console and a list of all the games that make the best use of HDR Pro features. That being said, you should be prepared to enjoy your system and use all of its nifty tricks. Have a great game!