on 17-09-2010 08:11 PM
I love call of duty and want to play better but instead of buying a turtle beach or astro gaming headset which are £100+, I have a Logitech USB headset which I bought for the PC. Now when I put it in the front of the PS3 in the USB slot I can use the mic and hear other peoples mic through the headphones/headset but not the gameplay shooting etc...
how can I make the sound come through the headset?
18-09-2010 08:46 PM - edited 18-09-2010 08:48 PM
The Turtle Beach PX-21 headset is £60. Don't know where you got £100+ from. That's a whole £40 away
on 18-09-2010 08:53 PM
on 18-09-2010 08:58 PM
18-09-2010 09:16 PM - edited 18-09-2010 09:31 PM
Not true. The Turtle Beach headset can have chat AND gameplay audio. It uses USB for the chat, and RCA stereo jacks for the game audio. Honestly, I even linked the thing. Click and read!!! Anyway, here's how it works:
on 19-09-2010 08:52 AM
19-09-2010 11:48 AM - edited 19-09-2010 11:51 AM
Actually, he was claiming that they were too expensive (£100+), which they are not. If you saw the other thread he had opened on the matter, you would see he is actually quite open to the idea of buying TB.
19-09-2010 01:17 PM - edited 19-09-2010 01:18 PM
Ive looked at the PX21's but apparently they aren't very comfortable?
I also saw from another forum this post...
[QUOTE]Following is just my own opinion and my thoughts:
I wouldn't use over 100£ for headset to use while playing consoles, if you are not using any amplifier. Consoles doesn't provide you such a good sound so don't bother using very(I mean best) good headset.
I would recommend;
Steelseries Siberia (USB-sound card), maybe v2 if you want the "new one". about 60-80€
Steelseries 5h v2, about 20€ more than Siberia
Turtlebeach PX21, 60-80€
I don't like Siberia v2 so much (I have had Siberia v1 2 years now and no problems) than v1, and for my head, v1 is better.
These are very good headsets, but not the best out there. I don't think there is any better headsets (of course again, its personal choose) for consoles for there prices.
If you don't want the best sound without amplifier,
Koss SB45 is one pretty good. You just need the USB-sound card.
Before buying any, make sure that you are not too far away from your TV(like 5-6m), you might need to buy another cable for your headset. And make sure that your TV has 3,5mm for headphones.
If you want to know about using amplifier and how to get better quality for your sounds, I can give some advice.
(and thats enough about my opinions)
You don't actually need even a gaming headset, any headphones is OK, and just buy 2-3£ mic from any store and the 2-3£ sound card.[/QUOTE]
How do you mean USB sound card?
Here are my USB ones
on 19-09-2010 03:10 PM
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