The Gameskulls Headgear offers a complete audio solution to
Playstation 3 gaming. Other headsets offer single ear pieces or
they split a mono sound signal to both ear pieces giving a
simulated stereo sound. Our solution offers full immersive stereo
audio and crisp voice communications. We are offering a
conversion kit that is simple to use and very affordable!
Instructions for use:
1. Connect the USB audio adapter into the USB jack on the
Front of the PS3.
2. Connect the Pink plug into the Pink jack on the USB audio
3. Connect the Green plug into your sound source. Most tele-
visions have a headphone jack on them now. If not, they
can be plugged into your stereo/home theater headphone
jack. Adjust volume for comfort either using the main vol-
ume controller on your tv/stereo or the controller that is
in-line on the headset cable.
4. TWO 12ft extension cables are included in the adapter kit for
players who lounge on the couch during play.
5. On the PS3 under Settings>Accessories, the microphone will
be recognized as USB device for audio input. Change the
Output settings to the main audio device.
6. Go play and hear the audio that you have been missing!!
In the odd case that you do not have a headphone jack, you will
need to get an amplified audio source that has a headphone jack
built into it. This can be achieved by many ways, the two easiest
being either getting a portable stereo or a headphone amplifier.
Contact email@example.com for help in figuring out your
individual situation and finding the easiest solution.
On a side note for the PS3: The USB audio adapter is recognized by
the PS3 and when testing the unit under full USB audio (headset and
microphone), it works great. The problem is that the games do not
utilize USB headphones output. After reading countless forums, it
appears to be game specific in many cases. We at Gameskulls are
not going to test every game available for the PS3, so individual game
compatibility will be trial and error, but they all will work by using the
(NEWS) It appears that more games are working with the microphone
AND headphones plugged into the USB adapter! Thanks, Sony!