AirFly Pro is the missing link between wireless headphones and wired headphone jacks.

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AirFly is a wireless headphone adapter that lets you use your favorite wireless headphones or earbuds in places that only have a headphone jack - like airplanes and treadmills. Plug this tiny transmitter into a headphone jack to listen to in-flight movies or the TVs at the gym. AirFly Pro lets two people listen to the same soundtrack, podcast or music with their favorite noise-cancelling headphones or AirPods.

Perfect for gaming with wireless earbuds!
“Finally able to use wireless headphones when playing Switch.” says AU Switch star @vicsgames. It’s true. AirFly frees you up to silently game with any wireless headphone or earbuds. The last thing you want with a wireless Switch is a headphone cable getting in the way!


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Meet your new wireless headphone splitter.

AirFly Pro works with most popular wireless headphones and earbuds. Even when you pair two sets of headphones with AirFly Pro, you can use any combination of wireless headphone brands. You connect your wireless headphones to this little splitter pretty much the same way you would pair your favorite headphones with any other wireless devices, such as your iPhone.

Send audio from your iPhone to a car stereo.

Great for the gym, gaming and more.

AirFly Classic, Duo, USB-C or Pro?

Find out which AirFly is right for you.

AirFly Specs

AirFly AirFly Duo AirFly Pro AirFly USB-C


46 X 33 X 9.7mm

57 X 25.5 X 11mm

57 X 25.5 X 11mm

57 X 25.5 X 11mm






What's in the Box 


3.5mm Removable headphone cable

USB-micro to USB-A Charging Cable

Travel Pouch

Owner’s Guide

AirFly Duo

Non-removable headphone cable

USB-C to USB-A Charging Cable

Travel Pouch

Owner's Guide

AirFly Pro

Non-removable headphone cable

USB-C to USB-A Charging Cable

Travel Pouch

Keyring Storage

Owner's Guide

AirFly USB-C

Non-removable headphone cable

USB-C to USB-A Charging Cable

Travel Pouch

Owner's Guide

Compatible with most Bluetooth-based wireless headphones including:

AirPods 2*
AirPods Pro*

Bang & Olufsen
Beoplay H4
Beoplay H9
Beoplay H8

Beats Solo Pro
Beats Solo3 Wireless
Powerbeats Pro
Beats Studio3 Wireless
Powerbeats 3

Bose QuietComfort 35
Bose SoundSport Wireless
Bose Noise Cancelling 700
Bose QuietControl™ 30 Wireless


Jaybird Tarah Pro Wireless Sport

Raycon E55 True Wireless Earbuds

… and many more.

AirFly FAQs

Some customers may notice a lower volume using AirFly Bluetooth Transmitters with their AirPods or AirPods Pro if their AirPods have been updated to the latest Apple Firmware: 2A364 for AirPods 2nd Gen or 2B584 for AirPods Pro, respectively. We are actively investigating this issue with Apple and will provide an update as soon as possible. Until then, try to set the volume on the device you are connecting AirFly to - the in-flight entertainment system on an airplane, the cardio machine at the health club - to its highest possible volume setting.

AirFly works great with Nintendo Switch! However, you will not be able to use AirFly for talking with someone over chat, as it does not receive audio. 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!

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.

Not yet. AirFly is designed for Transmitting audio. AirFly Pro can even be switched to Receive audio (great for sending music from your mobile phone to an AUX-IN). However, at this time - AirFly does not do both at the same time.

This is a characteristic of all Bluetooth adapters, not just AirFly. Bluetooth adapters receive analog audio from the headphone jack, and convert it into Bluetooth data to transmit to your wireless headphones. But to function properly, they depend on a certain minimum amount of volume from the source-device. So if you turn the source audio down too low, this can affect performance and drop-outs can happen. There are two recommended solutions depending on your headphones. If your Bluetooth headphones have their own independent volume control, leave the source volume at 70% - 80% and turn your music down at the headphone level. If your headphones do not have independent volume - like AirPods - keep the source volume just above the level where you experience drop-outs.

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