Can I use the PULSE Elite headset for voice chat on the Xbox 360? I know it connects to the PlayStation via USB, and can connect to other devices by linking a 3.5 mm cable to the USB dongle. Is the dongle directly compatible with the Xbox? If not, is there another way to connect it in such a way that will allow voice chatting with the built-in microphone while also getting game and chat audio through the headphones?
Some testing so far indicates that the dongle is not at all Xbox-compatible. It can use the Xbox for power, but that's it - won't even output sound to the headphones without any other attachment. I've successfully tested the PULSE Elite as a wired headset for my phone, so it may just be a matter of getting an adapter for the standard 3.5 mm plug to go to the 2.5mm jack on the controller.
Further research seems to indicate that if I do manage to get it working through the controller, it will only be handling voice chat audio - no game audio output there. That would be a fair buzz-kill, if it can't be worked around.
I recently picked up a cheap-o Xbox 360 wired headset (one that plugs into the wireless XBox 360 controller I use). I'm not an Xbox Live Gold member, and so I don't need chat features or anything - mostly what I'm looking for is to be able to hear the game's audio with the volume on my TV turned down. However, the headset doesn't seem to emit any of the game sounds. So far I've only tried... game audio to the controller? Or am I crazy to think that I'll be able to hear game audio through a headset connected to my XBox 360 wireless controller? Any help or advice appreciated!
that some (all?) Turtle Beach models can use the RCA audio output with an adapter like this and presumably they work. So is it that the adapter is different from the standard composite connector that I am using, or that the headphones provide their own amplification. If it is the latter, what can I add to my setup to amplify the output without having to spend a fortune? Is there some easier way...I have my XBox 360 connected to my PC Monitor via HDMI. The problem is that my Acer S240HL monitor does not have any audio output of any kind. I have already pulled the casing off of the original
I recently bought an "Xbox 360 Wireless Controller for Windows". It came with a little USB dongle for my computer to pick up the wireless signal and some driver software. It works like a charm. I plan to have some multiplayer games on my computer, so I want to hook up three more wireless controllers. Here's my question: should I buy more "Wireless Controllers for Windows", which are a little more expensive than just regular Xbox 360 Wireless Controllers. or now that I have the driver software and the USB dongle, can I just buy regular Xbox 360 Wireless Controllers? Is there any actual
-UAUD-Adapter-C-Media-Chipset/dp/B001MSS6CS/ref=pd_sim_e_1 TL;DR: Can I use a gaming headset's mic for vocals in Rock Band 3 (Xbox 360)? ... of the speakers and stock mic; listening through the headphones and singing through the mic. Could this work? Has anyone tried it? I was considering using a standard USB headset, but they use the same plug for mic and audio out, which wouldn't work. Thus, I'm thinking about using a standard 3.5mm headset with separate stereo plugs for mic and headphones, with the mic plug attached to my 360 via
I was playing Portal 2 today and I wanted to have in-game audio (environmental sounds) through my main desktop speakers, while having my voice chat output to my headset. I couldn't find the setting to change my default output speakers for voice-chat... I ended up having to put all audio through my headset. Is there any way I can set output voice to my headset and leave ingame audio to my main speakers?
. Will this have damaged my ps3 or speakers? From what I can gather so far is that people recommend getting a 3.5 mm female to 2x rca female input cable and then just plug the speaker cable into that and all...PS3 connected to PC line in via 3.5 mm male to female RCA adapter. Using the Creative M2600 speaker set I have to always have to switch on my pc to get sound for my Ps3. I want to eliminate this. Is there a significant degrading of sound when using these audio splitter adapters as above? I tried plugging in the 3.5 mm adapter with PS3 connected RCA inputs directly into my speakers input
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audio (so it must be from this clear wire). First I thought I could just plug in my audio cables from my headphones into the respected jacks of the TV - then change my system preferences to Digital Stereo but still nothing has happened. Any suggestions would be helpful!! In "Preferences -> Voice ->" I have it set up to play both game audio and voice audio through headset. Additional Info My...I just bought these brand new turtle beaches and I want to play xbox with them. I have the audio jacks (greed / pink into red / white jack extender) but I have an HD LED TV with Digital Surround
I today purchased two Xbox 360 Wireless Headsets (black, if you must know) for each controller that I have: one is Wired, the other is Wireless. I went to go sync them with my Xbox and the first one... be possible. EDIT I've tried all the suggested troubleshooting steps and still nothing. EDIT2 I've tried to connect the headset first, but once I try to connect the Wired controller, it knocks... the instructions word-for-word, I signed in and everything. I turned on the Wireless Headset and tried to select Quadrant 2, however the headset would skip over that quadrant as if the wired controller already had