Bluetooth Audio add-on is abandoned. Silence playing functionality has been merged to NVDA core as of version 2024.2 and is turned on by default, so no further action is required.

If you would like to hear white noise, you would need to set a hidden option: 1. Open NVDA.ini. If you have installed copy of NVDA, it is located at %APPDATA%\NVDA\nvda.ini. 2. Quit NVDA and open Narrator. 3. Find [audio] section. 4. Within that section, add the following line: whiteNoiseVolume = 50 5. Save and close the file. Restart NVDA.


Bluetooth Audio is an NVDA add-on that improves sound quality when working with bluetooth or RF headphones or speakers.

De fleste Bluetooth-enheder går i standby-tilstand efter nogle få sekunder af inaktivitet. Det betyder, at når NVDA begynder at tale igen, vil det første split sekund af lyd gå tabt. Bluetooth Audio forhindrer Bluetooth-enheder i at gå i standby-tilstand ved konstant at afspille en lyd, der er uhørbar af det menneskeligt øre.

Bluetooth Audio can optionally play white noise sound instead of silence. This can be good for testing or to ascertain that Bluetooth Audio works as expected. However, same level of audio quality improvement can be achieved by playing silence.

Advarsel: Brug af Bluetooth Audio kan reducere batteriets levetid på din Bluetooth-enhed.


  • Current stable version (Python 3 only, requires NVDA 2019.3 or later): BluetoothAudio
  • Last Python 2 version (compatible with NVDA 2019.2 and prior): v1.0


Bluetooth Audio add-on doesn't have any keystrokes. It works as long as it is installed.

Source code

Source code is available at