Reddit mentions of Headset Audio Control for PS4 DualShock Controller, Fosmon [Volume Slider | Mic Mute] 3.5mm TRRS Jack PC Gaming Headphone Audio Adapter for Playstation 4 Joystick
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We found 9 Reddit mentions of Headset Audio Control for PS4 DualShock Controller, Fosmon [Volume Slider | Mic Mute] 3.5mm TRRS Jack PC Gaming Headphone Audio Adapter for Playstation 4 Joystick. Here are the top ones.
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[COMPATIBILITY] Compatible with the PlayStation 4 DualShock controller.[BE IN CONTROL] Enhance your gaming experience with added audio capabilities.[3.5MM CONNECTOR] 3.5mm TRRS connector for headsets with microphone to support voice chat and voice commands.[CONTROL THE VOLUME] The volume slider gives you complete volume control without pausing the gameplay or experience.[LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY] This product comes with a limited lifetime warranty. Please refer to Fosmon’s website for more information.
Has a neutral/balanced sound profile, meaning the bass and treble (high tones) aren’t increased or decreased. It has no bass distortion. No sharp or harsh treble. It has very good clarity and detail retrieval. It has an overall great sound quality that’s not far away from headphones that cost several times more. Its weaknesses are soundstage, which is perceived space and environment of sound; imaging, which is how accurately sounds/objects are positioned; and separation, which is how well you discern individual sounds from a range of sounds. I judge headphones by how they perform competitively in FPS games. Soundstage and imaging are the stereo equivalent of virtual surround sound.
It has a durable and lightweight build. No squeaky or flimsy parts. It has an open design, so sound passes freely through, unlike closed headphones which largely isolate sound from passing in and out. The benefits to an open design is generally larger soundstage and better imaging than closed headphones.
Has increased bass and treble. No bass distortion. The treble is a little sharp. It has very good clarity and detail retrieval. SHP9500 has better sound quality, while HD668B has much better soundstage, imaging and separation. It has a durable and lightweight build. No squeaky or flimsy parts. It has an open design.
This is my favorite for casual/immersive gaming among these headphones. It has a warm and fun sounding sound profile with neutral treble, rumbling bass and a large soundstage. The sound quality is on par with SHP9500. But it has poor imaging for competitive gaming. It has a durable and lightweight build. No squeaky or flimsy parts. It has an open design.
Has a closed design, so I recommend it only if you need sound isolation. It’s like a closed version of SHP9500 but with less clarity. It has a durable and very lightweight build. No squeaky or flimsy parts.
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To put into comparison since most people know of HyperX Cloud, SHP9500, HD668B and HD681 EVO surpass it by far in audio. For closed headphones, I recommend K52. The Cloud is better in build quality.
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The sound quality is the one thing you can judge for yourself before buying by listening to sound tests on YouTube.
Attaches magnetically to a base that you stick to either cup. The mic is very easy to attach and remove. It can be bought with and without a mute switch. The mic itself and the cable have very good quality. For volume control (and mute toggle), you can use a Fosmon, Insignia or Lucid Sound AdjustR audio controller.
Uses a very similar clasp system as the ModMic. It's also very easy to attach and remove. It's modular and comes with a mute switch. For volume control, you can use the aforementioned audio controllers.
You plug it straight into the headphone. It has a mute switch and volume control. It has great build quality, with an aluminum gooseneck. The cable has great quality and is braided and tangle-free. It's compatible with Philips SHP9500 and Status Audio CB-1.
To connect the ModMic 4 and Minimic to the controller, you need a TRRS / 4-pole Y-splitter (three black rings on the connector). The BoomPro doesn't require a Y-splitter.
You can use a sound card, e.g. Astro MixAmp Pro TR+, or a digital-to-analog converter and a headphone amplifier, e.g. Audioengine D1, with the ModMic 4 and Minimic instead. With the BoomPro, you can't use an amp.
I mean... this, built-in LFG, Game Pass, Clubs, and ease of game sharing are all things the Xbox One got right, if you're just looking at UI/tech stuff.
Also you can buy similar products for the PS4 - this one is only missing the party/game audio adjuster, and this one is cheaper but also missing that feature.
Damn okay, you're right, I can't find one that lets you adjust between game and chat audio at all. Definitely something the PS4 could use. It's annoying having to go to the party settings to adjust for it when you're in the middle of a game. Thankfully I mostly use my PS4 for single player games.
The first one just adds volume and mute control.
The second has volume and mute but also adds an extended battery.
Does this exist on PS4? I bought a 10$ accessory that goes on the controller which has a mute button
I've been using something like this...
This way I can mute quickly with a button.
Try the KLIM Fusion earbuds
on amazon with a
mute switch ps4 volume control. Let’s you control mic mute and volume straight from your controller.
Yea I get what you mean, id have a really hard time justifying paying almost $40 for something I bought for $15 as well.
Have you considered something like This? I can’t really speak to the quality of it because I’ve never used something like that but it’s what I would personally try if I were having the same dilemma.
I’m really sorry I couldn’t be of more help, I hope you find what you’re looking for though!
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