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Using AirFly to pair your Switch with Bluetooth headphones means you can play Breath of the Wild on your morning commute or triple-jump through the Mushroom Kingdom on a flight without bothering the people next to you. At home, use your wireless headphones with Switch so your partner can watch TV or read in peace while you get into an insane brawl on Super Smash Bros.
AirFly is self-powered so it doesn’t drain a drop of battery life from your Switch. This super-light adapter can be used while Switch or Switch Lite is propped up on its kickstand and it’s compatible with the most popular Switch cases. If you have a Switch Lite, you’ll be happy to know the white AirFly matches the white buttons on the Joy-Cons.
Can you use AirFly with the Nintendo Switch docked? Absolutely. With Astral Chain on your TV screen, you can plug in AirFly, pop in your AirPods and listen to the game's techno-meets-metal soundtrack on high volume while your roommate studies. On big screen multiplayer games, you can even use AirFly to stream to two sets of headphones and nobody else will hear your hours-long battle.
AirFly streams audio from more than just Switch. You can plug AirFly into headphone jacks on planes and treadmills at the gym to stream audio from TVs to your Bluetooth headphones or earbuds. Use AirFly in cars to stream audio and directions to the car stereo. You can even use this little adapter as a wireless headphone splitter so you and a friend can listen to movies, music or audiobooks together. Like the sound of that? Order AirFly for Switch today.
|AirFly Pro Switch Edition|
57 X 25.5 X 11mm
|What's in the Box||
AirFly Pro Switch Edition
USB-C to USB-A Charging Cable
Compatible with most Bluetooth-based wireless headphones including:
Bang & Olufsen
Beats Solo Pro
Beats Solo3 Wireless
Beats Studio3 Wireless
Raycon E55 True Wireless Earbuds
...and many more.
Yes, AirFly Pro Switch Edition allows you to connect two sets of headphones to your Nintendo Switch - even while docked!
Their functions are similar. Both versions Transmit a stereo headphone Output to wireless Bluetooth headphones or earbuds. They both can also be switched to Receive audio for use with AUX Inputs in Cars or non-wireless speakers. The primary difference is where you can find them in stores. You will find the AirFly Switch Edition in the Gaming section, while the original AirFly Pro is typically found next to headphones and earbuds.