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Best Bluetooth adapters for PS5 2022: Connect any wireless headphones

The PS5 has been out for over an entire year now, and while finding one can still prove to be difficult, those who are finally getting their hands on the system are likely looking to grab some must-have accessories. One of those is a Bluetooth adapter, which can give players the ability to utilize wireless audio with their new console. So whether you want to chat with friends without wires or have more freedom to move and stretch while playing, there's already a handful of choices for Bluetooth adapters. We've collected some of the best PS5 Bluetooth adapters available right now, focusing on what works best for the next generation of systems.

Stay connected with these Bluetooth adapters for your PS5

What will you be picking up?

Because the PS5 is still new when compared to older tech like the PS4, the options for Bluetooth adapters aren't exactly the most diverse. Most of the options you can find were designed for other consoles or devices, but will still work perfectly fine with the PS5. Thankfully, USB-C in the PS5 ensures that many devices should be compatible regardless of their initial design, so even if you pick up a Bluetooth adapter initially made for the Nintendo Switch, the connection to the PS5 is still possible.

For those looking to get the best of the best, the OLCLSS USB Bluetooth Adapter has top reviews among buyers and features a USB-C dongle that comes separately, which is good to have on hand. If you're looking for something less noticeable when attached to your console, you can also go for the Avantree DG80, a tiny but mighty Bluetooth adapter that gives you some awe-inspiring range.

Regardless of what Bluetooth adapter you choose, you'll likely be in good hands. If you'd rather wait it out and see if more significant first- or third-party companies begin to produce Bluetooth adapters, that's also an option. With more and more PS5 accessories launching every day, you're bound to find the perfect Bluetooth adapter at some point.

Anthony Nash has been writing about games and the gaming industry for nearly a decade. When he’s not writing about games, he’s usually playing them. You can find him on Twitter talking about games or sports at @_anthonynash.

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