ATTENTION x12 owners, the headset DOES work with a USB adapter without having to go through the complicated turtle beach diagram.
Pic for proof: http://i.imgur.com/69Zn4It.jpg?1?7468
$10 usb adapter from office max and it works perfect, both audio and chat go through the usb. Hope this helps! http://www.amazon.com/iLuv-USB-Audio-Adapter-iCB75
Not according to the PS Blog: http://blog.us.playstation.com/2013/10/30/ps4-the-
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2.Connect the according RCA cables from ur tv to the headset box/
3. Go into the menu on your tv, go to audio settings, go to "speaker", and select EXTERNAL
4. Now the audio from ur tv shouuuuuuld go to ur headset. (THESE SETTINGS APPLY IF YOU HAVE AUDIO GOING FROM UR PS4 TO THE TV VIA HDMI)
**5. IF UR USING A HOME THEATRE AMP/RECEIVER... U NEED TO ACCESS THE MENU, FIND UR SETTINGS THAT ALLOWS "HDMI AUDIO *through* TO UR TV, TURN THAT FEATURE ON.
NOW UR AMP WILL ACCEPT AUDIO OF COURSE FROM UR PS4, BUT WILL ALSO PASS THE AUDIO THROUGH UR RECEIVER TO THE TV.
USUALLY THE FACTORY SETTINGS ON MOST AMPS FOR THE HDMI AUDIO PASS THROUGH, BY DEFAULT, IS USUALLY DEACTIVATED...
Good luck man. I hope that helps. U maaaaaay experience a slight delay in the audio through to ur headset... That's cuz the signal is being interfered with and broken between the tv audio output and the video (3% signal loss typically, each time a signal is split)
I sell and install this sort of **bleep**. email@example.com.
Had anyone else worn the rubber off of the left thumbstick of the dualshock 4? I got mine on day 1 and just noticed the rubber is wearing off of the left thumbstick of BOTH of my controllers from about the 6 - 9 o'clock position. Is this common?
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All four controllers had problems with the L1 button sticking after only a few days.