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  2. Assuming anyone reads this later, I eventually found an awesome replacement to the Golds that works on, well, Everything. A little on the higher price range, but vs buying two separate headsets (PS/XB), it works out fine. They have both custom RF DAC (USB cords instead of dongle) and BT for connectivity. Also has an audio in/out feature as well. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09ZW52XSQ?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ud_dp_1DVNEVB9TA02VE3TDR55&th=1
  3. Now these I bought for work actually, but figured I'd put some input as they're designed for gaming. The requirements I chose for work were that they had to be wired, needed an external controller, the controller needed to be detachable in the event of replacing the headphones, the controller had to be USB, the mic had to be adjustable, the headphones had to be covering my ears and adjustable as well. Unfortunately, they can't replace my Sony Golds because they're not wireless at all. Razer Kraken Tournament Edition THX 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset The Good: The Room for Improvement:
  4. This is more for referral requests, but I think it's a good place for a general discussion of the topic as well, so I left the title more open. I considered a poll, but it may be Too broad for that. As seen in the earlier thread, I've got a pair of the original Sony Gold Wired/Wireless gaming headset that I've just began having to replace parts on. So what I'd like to discuss are how they might compare to Anything on the market as well as comparable alternatives. Nothing is really off the table, but below are my likes/dislikes. My personal likes about them are as follows: And then there's the gripes:
  5. I didn't want to make this part of the other discussion I'm about to start because it would split the focus. I've got a pair of the original style Sony Gold headphones that I really like, but they're getting old and I'm getting to the point of replacing components. I've already replaced the ear cuffs, the band is in a close second for need, and the battery is starting to show its age too as I have to charge it more than a PS5 controller (that's an insult btw). I've found only a couple of options on AMZ/eBay, but they all feel suspect as one has multiple reviews for reverse polarity of all things. Now I'm sure I could figure out how to move wires, but I shouldn't have to. Does anyone have some input for where to find such a thing?
  6. So apparently they fixed it sometime today in the latest patch so everything's good to go
  7. And right after I post this they release a patch that breaks the game. I'd suggest that no one attempt to play until the next patch just in case doing so will bork the save files.
  8. If you haven't played this or the mini-game that was rereleased this past year, then you really should. With all the OOC interactions, it makes it feel like you're sitting at a table (almost). Obvious Borderlands based content, but even I've gotten past the cell-shading aspect. Personally, I'm about 75% through the full content and I think I'm on the last general area of the game. I spent a few days on collectable cleanup, but that's what the internet is for!
  9. I had been playing some Subnautica (1 & 2), but then Horizon: Forbidden West came out and I've been stumbling through it for a bit.
  10. I've really not figured this whole thing out quite yet, but if someone wants to help/take over control then let me know. I just really wanted to plant the seed TBH.
  11. So I finally managed to get ahold of a PS5 without needing to sell a house. During my research on upgrading storage, I came across a few things that I don't think most people would necessarily think about that would greatly impact your gaming performance. For those not aware, you need a very specific type of storage. Not only does it have to be electrically compatible, it must be within a certain set of physical dimensions. Unlike the PS4, it's not quite as simple as making sure your drive is less than 12mm high. On top of all this, you will likely want to get one with a heatsink (or install one yourself) to help extend the life of the drive. I've pulled the following from the OFFICIAL SUPPORT PAGE. Top Rung Choices: One last thing:

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