You have read that PS5 has Bluetooth, but when you want to connect in the settings menu, your headset is not recognized. Well, that can be very frustrating, but there’s an easy way to connect your Bluetooth headset to PS5.
What you should know is that while PS5 has Bluetooth connectivity, there is no formal support regarding how to connect the headsets. The Bluetooth in PS5 was included to help connect to the mice and wireless keyboards. This shouldn’t make you fret because there is a way to connect your Bluetooth headphone to PS5.
Connecting Bluetooth to your PS5 is a highly convenient way to manage audio output without having to deal with any pesky wires. Not to mention, it can be a lifesaver if you want to keep your gaming sessions private. However, many people don’t know how to connect Bluetooth to PS5. In this article, we’ll show you how to connect it and get the most out of your gaming experience.
What you will need
To connect Bluetooth headphones to PS5, you’ll need to have a compatible set of headphones and the PS5 console itself. Once you have both of those, you’re ready to get started.
How to connect Bluetooth headphones to PS5
- Turn on your PS5 console and ensure that it’s connected to the internet. If you have the user manual, you may check it for details on how to connect your console to the internet.
- On your PS5 controller, press and hold the “PS” button for 3 seconds. A menu will appear on the screen.
- While still holding the PS button, press and hold the Share button for 3 seconds. This will put your controller into Bluetooth pairing mode.
- On your headphones, find the Bluetooth pairing button and press it. This will put your headphones into Bluetooth pairing mode.
- Your PS5 console should now detect your headphones and display them as an available device. Select your headphones from the list of available devices.
- Your PS5 console and headphones are now paired and you’re ready to start gaming!
- If you want to use your headphones with PS5’s built-in speaker, you can do so by connecting them via Bluetooth and then selecting the “Speaker” option from the audio output menu.
- If you’re having trouble connecting your headphones to PS5, make sure that both your headphones and console are up-to-date with the latest firmware updates.
- If you want to use your headphones with PS5’s built-in microphone, you’ll need to connect them via Bluetooth and then select the “Headset” option from the audio output menu.
Common problems when connecting Bluetooth headphones to PS5
Here are a few problems that users face when connecting their Bluetooth headphones to PS5:
- Unable to find the “Headset” option in the audio output menu: If you’re unable to find the “Headset” option in the audio output menu, it’s likely that your headphones are not compatible with PS5’s built-in microphone.
- Audio cuts out or is distorted: If you’re experiencing audio cuts out or distortion, it’s likely that your Bluetooth connection is not stable.
- Low volume: If you’re having trouble hearing audio through your headphones, it’s possible that the volume is set too low. You can adjust the volume by pressing the “Volume up” button on your PS5 controller.
- Bluetooth connection keeps dropping: If your Bluetooth connection keeps dropping, it’s possible that there is interference from other wireless devices. You can try moving your PS5 console and headphones closer together, or you may need to replace your batteries.
The above guidelines should help you connect your Bluetooth headphones to PS5 without any issue. If you’re still having trouble, make sure to check for firmware updates for both your console and headphones. We hope this guide was helpful in teaching you how to connect Bluetooth headphones to PS5. For more tips and tricks, be sure to check out our other articles.
Have fun and happy gaming!