How to connect Bose QC35 wirelessly to PS4

by iProgram   Last Updated August 09, 2018 13:01 PM

TL;DR How can I connect my BoseQC 35 headlines 'wirelessly' to my PS4 while keeping the microphone functionality when Sony locks out third party Bluetooth headphones?

I have some Bose QC35 headphones that I use with my PS4. As my game uses voice commands, I have Bose cable connected to a headphone jack coupler which then connects into another headphone jack cable with a microphone. (I am doing this way as by Bose have the smaller headphone jack compared to the controller. My cable for my Bose also does not have a mic).

I am now using that mic cable for something else. I was going to buy a Bose QC35 headphone compatible cable with a mic built into it in order to reduce the number of components and the amount of cable that is needed. The only problem is, my PS4 controller does not have that good battery life so I need to have it on charge a lot and it only charges when connected to my PS4, which is the other side of the room. My PS4 is on the other side of the room so I wondered if I could connect my Bose to my PS4 wirelessly.

Sony have locked out third party bluetooth headphones and speakers for connecting to the PS4. This means the only way is via the headphone jack on the PS4. Is there some sort of adapter that can transfer audio AND microphone via Bluetooth and back to the headphone jack again? I have used bTunes in the past but that only works with audio and not the microphone.

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