ps3 headset

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Apr 13, 2011

ps3 headset by issy12 at 7:04 PM (1,503 Views / 0 Likes) 19 replies

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    hi there,
    i really want to buy a ps3 headset that makes all the sound go to the earphone and not just the voice like this one:http://www.google.co.uk/products/catalog?q=turtle+beach+ps3&hl=en&biw=1440&bih=785&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=12615576480954363941&sa=X&ei=deWlTaOBLYvF8QOelL25Dw&ved=0CGMQ8wIwAQ#

    but they're way too expensive are there any cheaper alternatives?
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    Any Bluetooth headset should work. Have a look on Amazon for a huge selection.
     
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    yeah, i already have one of those but they only carry voice, i want full audio throgu the headphones
     
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    Doesn't the PS3 have an option to redirect full audio through a Bluetooth headset?
     
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    I woundn't recommend buying the official ps3 headset as i bought a couple (for me and friends) of them and they either stopped working or stopped working properly and we only had them for a couple of months now. The quality was really good though as i had a motorola headset before i started using the ps3 headset (i'm back to the motorola now) and the ps3 headset was better in every aspect. You should do a little research though, before you buy. I don't think everyone headset out on the market now supports the ps3.
     
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    thanks for replying, but i mean headPHONES not a headset. i need full sound to come from the headphones so i can play at night
     
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    In such cases, I use my normal headphones and just plug it in the headphone jack on the side of the TV/monitor.
     
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    yeah i tried that and it doesnt work
     
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    what is your normal output for the ps3 sound tv or theater system?
     
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    sound comes from my TV, it has a headphone port but it doesn't work
     
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    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.....can't really help you much if that's the case. If the headphones jack isn't working, i don't really know anyway around it other than using a theater system and then plugging you headphones into the theater system. maybe someone else has a better alternative.
     
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    There's a dirty alternative of using a series of adaptors... but that would require at least 3 adaptors and one extra cable I think.
     
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    yeah, just googled that, i can use the av cable and then convert the L and R audio to one female 3.5mm jack to plug the headphones, i think, or am i wrong?
     
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    The L R audio adapter you refer to is almost always turned into a male 3.5mm jack, so you'd need a female-female jack coupler too for your headphones.
     
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    So aswell as an AV cable i would need these to adapters right?
    Adaptor, 3.5mm Stereo Plug to 2x Phono Sockets
    Mini Jack 3.5mm Female to Female Stereo Coupler
     
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    That's the dirty alternative (and what I've done with Xbox 360). I don't know how effective it is, but it should work.
     
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    thanks, it'll cost me £5 but ill give it a go sometime soon, thanks
     
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    well i have the turtlebeach px21 and it's definitely worth it for me, especially being able to control the in-game audio and the chatting audio separately, and being able to mute the adjustable mic

    also has some really good audio quality and fits very nice (although my ears do get sore after multiple hours if they are pressed against the ear cuffs)
     
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    yeah, but i don't think spending £50 on audio is at all worth it for me
     

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