Common with a lot of these bluetooth headsets, with internal rechargeable batteries, they just need the 5 volts provided by any USB socket.The charging current is controlled internally by the device.Just find a USB lead that fits the small socket on the headset and has a standard USB plug on the other end.Then Plug the standard USB plug into any USB Powered device. Computer, car charger adapter, Wall charger adapter.A red light on the headset should show charging in progress.
I don't think you want to hear the sound from your TV, but you want to hear the sounds that your PlayStation is making and sending to your TV. Your first choice should be from Sony PlayStation 3 accessories and the headset and mike that they make connects to the PS3 with Bluetooth and the retail USA price is $49.99. It is called PS3 Bluetooth Headset and a link to the PlayStation network accessories has been placed under the related links
Your not clear on your question. A Bluetooth controller is used and called the Dual Shock 3. You can also use a Bluetooth Headset with Call of Duty Black Ops or a USB type headset
You plug the headset underneath the controller.
Guys i submitted the question the extra information is that the headset is completely functional because it all works on my computer. The problem is that I can hear everything through it on the PS3, but every headset's microphone doesn't work. I don't get why the microphone is the only thing not working, please help.
You can use a headset (NON USB) or a NON USB mic no you can't dummy!
You have to use an USB audio interface because the new MacMini (2011 and later) doesn't have a mic input. The only sound input is a LineIn. The cheapest solution can be some USB-headset.
headset with microphone
Any bluetooth or USB headset will work on a PS3. You can find headsets from as cheap as $30 to $150. The official PS3 headset by Sony costs $49.
You can use any microphone with Audacity that will work with your computer. You might choose a USB headset from Logitech if you want to do lower quality voice recording. For higher quality, choose a USB microphone from Blue, ART or Audio Technica.
Only if you have symbian OS, then DLL Mobiola Headset.
Cheapest one I found was a used usb wired headset that plugs into the controller at Gamestop for $15. There's also a wireless bluetooth headset for about $65. I went with the wired one. Cheap and decent quality.
Use the headset that came with your 360 console. You don't need to spend money on a separate mic if you don't want to. I believe the A button works as "percussion beats" when you have a cowbell/tambourine solo in Rock Band
No, But it does come with a headset with a built in mic.
nope, its part of the headset
USB as the buffer is less to none.
Yes, you can. But, as what is happening to me, the computer is not recognizing the exterior headset. It is just showing the default computer mic and speakers. I am on Windows 7. I assume this is because the headset is not usb. Also, I found that the mic doesn't pick up words with "s" that well. You can buy a 2.5 MM Female to 3.5 MM Male adapter for the microphone output as well as a standard RCA R/W to 3.5 MM adapter for the audio output. Doing so will convert your headset into a PC headset. Note: If you do this you may need to plug the USB cord into a wall outlet to produce sufficient power for the microphone to work properly.