DTS Play-Fi™ Headphones

3.8
277 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

With Play-Fi Headphones, you can use a compatible DTS Play-Fi audio product to capture audio from any input, and send that wirelessly to your personal phone/tablet for private listening.

All you need is a DTS Play-Fi product that supports Line-In streaming—such as the Definitive Technology W Studio Micro sound bar, Klipsch RSB-14 sound bar, Polk Omni SB1+ sound bar, and more—and the app will find those products on your network, let you pick from one of their inputs, and render the audio on your phone or tablet and through to your connected headphones.

Now you can enjoy your TV audio (or wherever it’s coming from) wirelessly on your headphones in perfect sync, without the need for an extra dongle or special headphones. Multiple users can even stream from the same input at the same time. Whether for private listening, or just staying on good terms with your neighbors, DTS Play-Fi let’s you enjoy audio your way.
Updated on
Oct 25, 2022

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3.8
277 reviews
Vlad Stancea
November 26, 2021
The app does not work. It rarely discovers my TV and and when it does it never connects. It used to work in the past, not without bugs, but it worked. Now it does not work at all. I also tried it on my iPhone and it also does not work there as well. Maybe the service has been dropped. Too bad since it was a great convenience to use my high end wired headphones when watching TV.
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Matúš Bielik
December 31, 2022
I am pleasingly surprised how well this works with my Phillips TV. There is no delay, and the quality is even better that connecting my Bluetooth headphones directly to TV.
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Philip Highfield
June 1, 2022
Ok, so sound quality is better when compared to basic chromecast audio in my wireless headphones. The problem is that there's a delay around maybe 1-2 sec. It's not my wifi which has great internet speeds and my phone is literally next to the TV so connection shouldn't be a problem... I've tried switching settings around in the new audio lip delay/auto detect delay tab but the problem persists and I see other review on here stating the same problem.
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What's new

- UI refresh
- bug fixes