HomeSpot Bluetooth 5.0 Audio Transmitter Adapter with USB C Connector Built-in Digital Mic APTX Low Latency for Nintendo Switch Compatible with AirPods PS4 Bose Sony and Bluetooth Headphones

Price: $29.99
(as of Aug 03,2021 06:22:12 UTC – Details)

Product Description

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Hi-Fi Wireless Audio Streaming

The HomeSpot Bluetooth Transmitter for Nintendo Switch allows high fidelity wireless audio streaming from the Switch to any Bluetooth-enabled audio receiving devices. In-game audio can be blasted loudly through Bluetooth speakers or listened discreetly through Bluetooth headphones.

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Dual Streaming with Qualcomm aptX Low Latency

HomeSpot Bluetooth Adapter for Nintendo Switch is the FIRST gaming Bluetooth transmitter that can stream Qualcomm AptX Low Latency audio to two headphones/speakers simultaneously.


This product supports SBC, aptX and aptX Low Latency. When used with non-aptX headphones/speakers, the standard SBC will be used.
This product cannot be used when protective casing is installed on the Switch.
This product does not have a USB-C pass through charging port.


Qualcomm aptX Low Latency supported

The HomeSpot Bluetooth Transmitter supports the SBC, Qualcomm aptX and Qualcomm aptX Low Latency codecs. aptX Low Latency audio stream has a delay of 30-40ms which is undetectable by human ears. Note: aptX or aptX Low Latency will only be used when the paired headphones/speakers support it.

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Streaming Codec Indicators

Clear indication on streaming codec in used, aptX, aptX Low Latency or SBC.

What is More

TV Mode

TV Mode

Dual Stream

Dual Stream



TV Mode Supported

When the Switch is docked in TV mode, the HomeSpot Bluetooth Transmitter can still be installed to the USB-A port on the side of the TV dock (using the bundled USB-C to USB-A adapter).

Two Button Control

Two separate buttons for easy dual streaming operation. Each button controls the pairing and connection to one set of receiving device. Press one button to connect to the first headphone or speaker, and then press the other button to connect to the second headphone or speaker.

Package Content

HomeSpot Bluetooth Transmitter for Nintendo Switch Family
USB-C to USB-A Adapter
Small Pouch
User Guide
Thank You Card

Other Brands

Other Bluetooth Adapters

Bluetooth Version



Matching Colors


Audio Codec Support

aptX, aptX LL, SBC

aptX, aptX LL, SBC

Dual aptX Streaming


Built-in Mic


In-game Voice Chat

Smartphone Audio Mixing



Voice chat using Discord, Nintendo Online, WhatsApp, FaceTime, etc



Listen to music with Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, etc



Audio Equalizer



In-game Voice Chat with Built-in Mic

In-game voice chat is supported through the built-in mic. The built-in mic can be toggled On/Off by pressing the P1 button when the adapter is paired with a headphones.

The built-in mic has an effective operating range of 4 ft or less, its main purpose is for in-game voice chat in handheld mode. It will not be practical for docked mode operation as the user will most likely be more than 4 ft away from the adapter.

Under normal usage, Bluetooth headphones is only used for receiving audio from the Switch, mic on the Bluetooth headphones is not enabled by default. If you intend to do in-game voice chat in docked mode, there is a beta feature, HFP mode, that allows voice chat through the headphones mic.

In-game Voice Chat with Headphones Mic (HFP Mode)

1) Turn on the Switch and go to the Home menu.

2) Press and hold the right button (P2) while inserting the adapter into the Switch.

3) Keep holding the right button until the LEDs light up after inserting the adapter.

4) Connect with headphones as normal.

Once HFP mode is enabled and adapter is connected with headphones:

1) You can still press P1 to toggle the built-in mic. P1 LED Solid Amber indicates built-in mic is On, P1 LED Solid Green indicates built-in mic is Off.


2) You can press the Play/Pause button on the headphones to toggle the headphones mic. P1 LED Flashing Amber indicates headphones mic is On, P1 LED Solid Green indicates headphones mic is Off.

HFP mode will be disabled automatically once the adapter is unplugged from the Switch or when the Switch goes into Sleep/Off mode.

Note: HFP mode is still in beta and it doesn’t work with every Bluetooth headphones on the market. In addition, audio quality is degraded when headphones mic is turned On.

[Easy to use] Plug and Play, Connect and Enjoy. Simple dual headphones connection setup. LED indicators showing the active audio codec and which headphone is in use.
[Built-in Digital Mic] World’s only Bluetooth adapter for the Nintendo Switch Family with built-in mic. Hassle free in-game voice chat for games like Fortnite, Smite, Paladins, Friday the 13th and more. The built-in mic can also be used in standalone mode without pairing with a Bluetooth headphones.
[Digital audio and ultra-low latency] Directly transmit digital audio from the USB-C port. The Qualcomm chipset provides ultra low latency transmission with aptX or aptX Low Latency codecs. When used with non-aptX headphones/speakers, the standard SBC will be used.
[Dual Streaming] The ONLY Bluetooth transmitter for the Nintendo Switch Family that can stream to 2 headphones simultaneously in aptX Low Latency.

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