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You can use Bluetooth headphones with Xbox One, it’s just not always easy

You can use Bluetooth headphones with Xbox One, it's just not always easy

Essential as they are in many aspects of life, cables are the worst. It's no fun to have cables snaking around your presentation setup, specially if you're into gaming. They become problematic very quickly.

Unfortunately, the Bluetooth headphone revolution hasn't relatively stimulated its lane to gaming hitherto. You technically can use Bluetooth headphones on modern video game consoles, but every method for doing so will cost you extra money and some pairing techniques are easier than others.

The good story is that it can be done. Here's how.

Which Bluetooth headphones work with Xbox One?

Technically, the responses to that question is "none." Whether it's PlayStation, Xbox, or Nintendo , none of the current generation( or latest generation, in Xbox One's case) consoles natively substantiate Bluetooth audio. They have Bluetooth capabilities, but they're mostly precisely there for wireless controller connectivity. That said, the word "technically" always leaves some opening for objections, and that's the example here, even if said exclusions aren't ideal. Read more ...

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