PS3: Bluetooth headset

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  1. Cadder

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    Yeh, the trick is you have to have headphones that have separate plugs for mic and output. The mic gets plugged into the PS3 (via USB), the output gets plugged into your sound source (amp, TV, Digital Audio out, etc).
     
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    Nice one :)
     
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    Sounds awesome. I might have to invest in one of them.

    Could sell off the other two bluetooth headsets to pay for it.

    Logitec G330 from PLE in WA for $39 plus delivery.

    Anyone find it in Sydney and how much.?
     
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    Received my headset at a cost of $55 delivered from WA.

    Feels good on the ears (padding) but because of my big head the frame presses on areas on my head which over time causes me to get a headache.

    I guess the behind the head frames don't suit me.

    The sound from the headset was great at first then every now and again while playing the sound will change, have more bass and for lack of a better word, echoing. By echoing I mean it's like your walking down a narrow street and the sounds are reverberating off the walls.

    It's kind of weird. Not sure it's the headset or the game.

    Will check them out on another game to see if the same effect is experienced.
     
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    I can't say I've ever had that happen. They are pretty bassy though. You can adjust the size of the band, for fat heads.
     
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    Been done mate. ;)

    Who you calling a fat head. :eek:

    Come play MAG tonight and we shall see who has the bigger head. :p
     
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    hehehe sounds like a deal ;)
     

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