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Wish you could listen to in-flight entertainment with your AirPods? Want to hear the gym cardio machine's TV with your wireless headphones? Now you can, thanks to AirFly - a tiny device that connects wireless headphones to wired-audio jacks. Just pair your headphones with AirFly, plug it into the jack, and you're ready to go.
When the movie begins on your next long flight, plug AirFly into your seat’s headphone jack and listen to the film with your AirPods. AirFly uses Bluetooth to connect your wireless earbuds or headphones to in-flight entertainment systems. No more lugging wired headphones or settling for those flimsy airline headphones. Enjoy high-quality sound thanks to a device about the size of an AirPod charging case.
AirFly was designed for AirPods, but works with any wireless headphones or earbuds. Set up is a breeze. Plug AirFly into a headphone jack, press the “pair” button on the front of AirFly and then press the “pair” button on your wireless headphones. AirFly will then connect to your wireless headphones via Bluetooth. Just like that, you’re connected to the in-flight entertainment system on a plane or the televisions at your gym.
Why wrestle with wired headphones when you’re running on a treadmill? AirFly plugs into the headphone jack on treadmills, ellipticals and stationary bikes, allowing you to listen to fitness center TVs with your AirPods, PowerBeats or other wireless headphones. AirFly is so easy to use. Just plug in, put on your favorite wireless headphones and you’re golden.
"It's real strength is it's simplicity. I was up and running in a little over a minute, with pristine audio pumping out of my Bluetooth headphones with no audio delay whatsoever."
Compatible with most Wireless Headphones including:
SkullCandy Grind Wireless
Height: 1.8 inches (46 mm)
|What's in the Box||
3.5mm Headphone Cable
USB Charging Cable
We love watching TV & movies on our iPad too, but many in-flight entertainment systems feature live TV, news and sports with services like DIRECTV on JetBlue and the Dish Network on Delta. Also many times airlines feature first-run movies you might not have a chance to download the night before. AirFly simply gives you the option to use your favorite *wireless* headphones - while enjoying these in-flight options.
Absolutely - in fact, it works flawlessly! You don't have to take our word for it though - you can read what the team over at Gear Patrol has to say about using AirFly with gaming consoles. One thing to note is that AirFly is not a two-way transmitter so you will be able to hear audio from the game but you will not be able to use the chat functionality. Insider Tip: If you don't want AirFly to dangle off the end of your Switch, simply add a small piece of velcro to the back of AirFly and Switch and it will stay put while you play. Now you focus on avoiding banana peels and not dongles!