A new firmware update for the Nintendo Switch has landed, and one of the biggest new additions is support for Bluetooth audio. All types of audio devices–like headphones and speakers–can now be paired with the Switch.

Of note, Bluetooth microphones are not supported, while Nintendo also confirmed that up to two wireless controllers can be connected to the Switch when using Bluetooth. Additionally, Bluetooth audio won’t work when the Switch’s local wireless communication is running.

The September 14 firmware update also adds an “Update Dock” option under System Settings. This applies to the standard Switch and the upcoming OLED model, Nintendo said.

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