Bionik Gaming Announces The BT Audio Sync For Nintendo Switch

This morning, Bionik Gaming revealed their latest Nintendo Switch add-on as we get a proper look at the BT Audio Sync. Basically, it's a Bluetooth receiver you can hook up to the Switch's dock so you can connect any Bluetooth headset to the console. This way you can hear the audio in private without being directly plugged into the system. The unit is currently being advertised for $40 both on their websites and with a couple of chains. Those of you who have been dying to connect to the Switch with a cordless headset not have an option. You can read more about it below.

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The BT Audio Sync enables Nintendo Switch owners to connect their favorite Bluetooth-enabled headphones to their Nintendo Switch. Featuring a stable connection up to a range of 32 feet, the compact device can plug directly into the Nintendo Switch's USB-C port when in handheld mode or its dock via USB adaptor. Gamers using the BT Audio Sync in handheld mode can continue charging their Nintendo Switch using the accessory's USB type-C passthrough. BT Audio Sync is powered by the console — no batteries required — and supports up to two pairs of headphones at a time for local multiplayer gaming.

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