Xbox 360 standard headphone & microphone headset plug adapter converter BlackPRODUCT CODE: PR467B
Xbox 360 standard 3.5mm Stereo Headphone & Mic controller adapter converter.
Enjoy a PC gaming headset that you can now connect to your Xbox Controller.
Connect your standard PC computer 3.5mm plug headphone & microphone to your Xbox 360 controller with this adapter.
Ever been playing Xbox Live with friends & got frustrated over the quality of voice being broadcast via the Xbox Headset? Or have to purchase a whole new headset because your wires are broken?
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Colour: Black. See our listings for White.
Package includes 1x Dual 3.5mm to 2.5mm audio headphone & microphone headset converter for Xbox 360 Controller.
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Frequently asked questions:
Q. Will this play all of a games sound through it or just the voice?
A. The Xbox 360 console does not transmit game sounds or music through the Xbox 360 controller audio ports. The controller audio port is for game chat only. This adapter will let you speak and hear the chat voice channel through a standard set of 3.5mm Headphones as opposed to the small 2.5mm sockets built into the controller.
Q. Is this for Xbox controllers that don't have a mic port, mine doesn't?
A. his adapter is for using a Headset with a 3.5mm stereo plug on Xbox 360 controllers with a built-in 2.5mm Microphone and Headphone sockets.
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Troubleshooting Hints 'N' Tips:
Other players can't hear you:
1: Ensure that both of the headsets plugs are connected to the adapter. i.e Both the 'Ear' headphone connector and the 'MIC' microphone connector are fully connected.
2: Ensure that the mic switch is not set to Mute. The mic switch is located on the Xbox 360 headset connector.
Note See the game manual to determine whether you must press a button to communicate with other players during gameplay.
If the mic switch is not set to Mute, make sure that the volume level is set correctly and that you've not muted the volume in the Personal Settings area.
To do this, follow these steps:
Press the Guide button on the Xbox 360 Controller.
Scroll right to Settings.
Make sure that the Mute option is not selected. To turn off the Mute option, select Mute, and then press the A button.
Increase the volume. To do this, select the volume bar, and then press the D-pad or the left stick.
3: Test the headset. Test the headset on another device such as a PC. A common issue that can occur with headphone cables is that they fracture or break within the jacket from continual flexing. Whilst far from conclusive, a rudimentary test for this is to connect and flex until a sound is heard. I.E If when flexing sound is heard then it is highly likely the cable is damaged.
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