Sades SA801 Over-Ear Stereo Gaming Headset with Microphone Noise Isolation for New Xbox One PC Mac Tablets PS4 Laptop Phone-Black Green

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Price (USD): $46.99 $17.99

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Notes:

1. Please note this 3.5mm jack gaming headset works great with PS4/Xbxone /PC/ Mac / Tablet / Desktop / Laptop.You need extra Microsoft Adapter(Not including) when Connect to your old Xbox One controller. This item don't include the adapter for xbox 360

2. It is suitable for computer, laptop, PS4, new xbox one, mobile phone, iPhone, iPad, mp3, mp4. For PC/Desktop, the 1 to 2 splitter line is needed.

3. Fully adjustable padded headband ensures perfect fit with different head sizes (suitable for both adults and kids) and wearing comfort in long time gaming.

4. The microphone can be freely positioned to pick up your voice with 360 degrees or keep silent when you do not want to be heard.

5. The breathable memory foam ear cushion helps to dissipate pressure and heat in long time wearing and blocks all ambient noises to ensure full concentration of gamers.

6. Mic mute key and in line volume control are attached to the braided cable at you hand for quick operation.

7. One year warranty for our headset. If there is any problem, please feel free to contact us. You great satisfaction is our goal.

Specifications:

Speaker diameter: 40mm
Impedance: 20Ohm±15%
Sensitivity: 117dB±3dB
Frequency: 20-20000Hz
Headset interface:one 3.5mm stereo audio and mic plug

Package content:

1* SADES SA801 Gaming Headset
1 * User Manual
1 * 1 to 2 splitter cable for PC Computers

PS4 Setting:

1. Before apply the headset on your PS4, please test it with your cellphone to ensure it function well.
2. Insert the headset own 3.5mm jack plug into the Gamepad, then long press the PS button or enter the system Settings.
3. There is a peripheral machines, choose "Adjust Sound and Devices", "output to the headphones", then change it to "all audio ".