GENKI - Bluetooth Audio for the Nintendo Switch (Pre-order)
GENKI - Bluetooth Audio for the Nintendo Switch (Pre-order)
GENKI - Bluetooth Audio for the Nintendo Switch (Pre-order)

GENKI - Bluetooth Audio for the Nintendo Switch (Pre-order)

Vendor
USA
Regular price
RM269.00
Sale price
RM269.00
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Delivery & Payments 
Searching C aims to deliver your items in the fastest time possible!

We ship your order via courier services PosLaju, Gdex for local delivery and DHL for international delivery. 

For ready stock items, your order will ship within 3-5 business days, 
or alternative 7-30 business days for pre-order items after order confirmation.

We accept credit card payment (including Visa, MasterCard and American Express) and Apple Pay.

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Contact us
Whatsapp/Hotline at +60 18-295 2052 / Email: my@searchingc.com

Overview

Connect your favorite headphones with a USB-C, Bluetooth 5, aptX Low Latency, multi-pairing adapter.

  • Freedom of Blutooth 5.0 audio.
  • Low latency and battery free, just plug & play.
  • Connect for MultiPlayer.

Together at last, GENKI gives you the freedom and convenience of using your favorite wireless Bluetooth headphones when you’re gaming on the go. GENKI is a Bluetooth 5 audio adapter with premium quality and super low latency supporting aptX-LL codec and even allows you to pair two headphones so you can share the fun.

How will you use it?

 

How will you use it?




 

GENKI is the first and only Bluetooth audio transmitter built to the USB Type-C standard.

Fits flush and designed for the Nintendo Switch

Fits flush and designed for the Nintendo Switch

Why USB Type-C? There have been some workaround solutions that we’ve tested but none of them were a satisfying solution for the Nintendo Switch. These workarounds introduce extra latency, static noise, lower fidelity and volume and many do not support newer devices such as the Apple AirPods.

 

This led us to create a better solution - through the USB-C port we're able to simply remove the redundant audio conversions providing gamers the best latency and audio quality.

You never know who you’ll meet out there

You never know who you’ll meet out there

One of the things we love is detaching the Joy-Cons for an instant transformation into a two-player portable console. But chances are you’re waiting around in a pretty noisy place so one of the coolest features we have is multiplayer support.

Where do I insert the quarter into this thing?

With this setup we actually stream stereo audio to two separate headphones, neat huh. So you can better enjoy SnipperClips or Hulu with loved ones.

There’s so many awesome indie co-op games on the Switch
There’s so many awesome indie co-op games on the Switch

Cutting the cord prevents accidents like this

Cutting the cord prevents accidents like this

Supporting the Bluetooth 5.0 standard, GENKI is compatible with all the Bluetooth headphones out there today (and tomorrow).

 

The combo pack comes with three additional accessories:

All in one sleek package

The dock adapter is a simple USB adapter enabling you to use GENKI with your Nintendo Switch docked. Just plug it into any of the three USB ports in the dock; it can even be safely tucked inside the back panel to be hidden.

Dock Adapter Stealthily Hiding in the Back Panel

Dock Adapter Stealthily Hiding in the Back Panel

Playing late into the night without disturbing others

Playing late into the night without disturbing others

Dock Adapter can also used on the external USB ports of the Dock

Dock Adapter can also used on the external USB ports of the Dock

The portable kickstand is made to support a better tabletop experience when you’re playing on-the-go with friends. Its collapsible and built with a sturdy metal frame. We think we’ve improved on the original built-in kickstand in every way.


Portable Stand is a solid upgrade to the built-in kickstand


Doesn’t everyone pack Joy-Con steering wheels?

We explored three voice chat options since the dawn of Fortnite. Each method had its pros and cons and we found the analog microphone is simple yet efficient. Since your voice is analog it doesn't have to be converted and it can maintain the best quality and latency for quick voice chat responses in portable mode.

  

Option 1 has really bad sound quality and Option 2 made Genki way too big


The microphone gives the best quality without getting in the way