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Headset won't connect

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Yup. Noted at link.

"When connecting to the PS4, as there is no SCART cable option, you aren’t required to use the additional stereo adapters; instead you’re just expected to plug in via the USB. Connecting this way however only makes the headset usable as a chat headset, and as the jack on the other end is only a couple of inches long it won’t reach your controller, that is unless you sit next to your console and dry out your retinas. Luckily I had a 2 meter 3.5mm jack extension cable lying around, so using that to plug into the bottom of my Dualshock 4 and fiddling with the audio settings on the PS4 XMB, the Surround Sound came into glorious full effect."
http://invisioncommunity.co.uk/2015/01/20/mvp-carbon-ea-sports-headset-review/

If you only connect via USB, yup.

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(NT) So as long as I connect the other end of the wire that's r
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Removable Mic

Sorry, so as long as I connect the other wire that is connects together with the USB to the controller, the removable mic should work?

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(NT) Only you can test this out.

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