The Nintendo Switch, as great as it is has some problems. The main one being that you can’t use Bluetooth headphones with it. The HomeSpot Bluetooth 5.0 Audio Adapter for the Nintendo Switch solves this issue! By plugging into the USB-C port of the Switch you can use any Bluetooth headphones and game without any wires.
Allowing for high-quality audio streaming from the Switch to any Bluetooth enabled receiver including headphones, portable speakers, and Hi-Fi stereo receivers, all without a wire in between. They even have a solution for in-game chat, a unique designed microphone is also part of the package.
HomeSpot Bluetooth 5.0 Audio Adapter Nintendo Switch Specs
- Dimensions: 1.89″ x 0.57″ x 0.57″
- Weight: 0.176 oz
- USB Type-C Connector
- Dual-Streaming Supported
This is one of the thinnest and smallest adapters for the Switch I have seen. The size makes it great for portability, and a bonus of working as a stand. The adapter uses Bluetooth 5.0 and APT-X for the lowest latency I have seen or heard.
Setting up is easy, just plug it in and use the two buttons to allow connecting 2 headphones independently. The LEDs indicate the connection status including the audio codec being used. So, the user will know the adapter is using APT-X for streaming. There is no pass-through option, so you cannot charge the Switch while listening.
I was disappointed to see there was no option to use this with a case. Even a thin case like the GripCase couldn’t be used with the Bluetooth adapter. Though when plugged in, it works like a dream. There is very little latency when used with APT-X earphones. The connection was steady and didn’t notice any dropouts.
Watching Youtube on the Switch, I could see a slight delay in the mouth moving and noise coming out. This was very slight and in a game isn’t noticeable at all.