You can connect your Strap Edge to Xbox One, using either a wired connection or a wireless connection. Please note: Connecting your Strap to your TV with the TV's internal Bluetooth can cause a significant delay and therefore isn't recommended.


Option 1: Wired Connection, using the Xbox controller

  1. Connect the Strap Edge to the Xbox controller, using the provided 3.5mm cable. One end to the controller's output jack and the other end to Strap's audio-in jack.
  2. Connect your headphone to the Strap's headphone jack.


Option 2: Wired Connection, using an optical audio cable (S/PDIF)

  1. Connect one end of the digital audio cable to an S/PDIF (optical audio) port on the console.
  2. Connect the other end of the cable to a Digital Optical to Analog Converter.
  3. Connect your Strap to the converter analog output, using a 3.5mm cable.
  4. You can connect your headphone to the Strap's headphone jack, or alternatively, you may use your TV speakers instead.
  5. Connect your headphone to the Strap's headphone jack.


 

Option 3: Wireless connection, using a low-latency Bluetooth transmitter

  1. Connect one end of a digital audio cable to the S/PDIF (optical audio) port on the console.
  2. Connect the other end of the cable to a low-latency Bluetooth transmitter
  3. Pair your Strap with the Bluetooth transmitter. 
  4. Connecting your headphones: You can connect wired headphones directly to your Strap. Alternatively, if your Bluetooth transmitter is a dual-link one, you can pair both the Strap and your Bluetooth headphone, concurrently. You can also skip this step and use your TV speakers instead.



Option 4: Wired Connection, using an HDMI audio extractor

  1. Connect your XBOX HDMI output to an HDMI audio extractor
  2. Connect your TV to the HDMI audio extractor.
  3. Connect your Strap to the extractor analog output, using a 3.5mm cable.
  4. Connect your headphone to the Strap's headphone jack.