Nintendo Switch now allows you to connect wireless Bluetooth headphones

Nintendo has released the new update of its portable console Nintendo Switch which brings support for Bluetooth audio devices, although the company warns of limitations in its use and effects such as latency.

SIGHT: And depending on the device, you may experience audio latency.

The Japanese company explains that users can connect a Bluetooth audio device (such as wireless headphones) each time with the new update (v13.0), although they have the possibility of saving up to a maximum of ten on the console. It does not allow, at the moment, to connect wireless microphones.

However, if you use an audio device connected via Bluetooth, you can only connect up to two wireless controllers, i.e. a pair of Joy-Con. Only more controllers can be connected when the audio device is disconnected, as detailed by the company on the Customer service.

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The user will also see that if he starts a multiplayer game in local mode the Bluetooth audio device will be disconnected, since it does not support local communication. And depending on the device, you may experience audio latency.

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