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u/malde- · 5 pointsr/steelseries

If I understand your questions correct, as in connected to both but not playing the audio from both at the same time?! Then yes, it's possible. I run the same setup. PS4 and PC on my desk and Arctis connected to both so I don't have to change wires or settings when switching where I need sound from.
You'll need to buy a bit of extra bits though. Let me elaborate:

  • 1: To get the best sound you want Toslink connections to both and USB to both for power and chat-mix. You'll need both a toslink and USB splitter. NOT a Hub. Something like this:
    You need 2 IN and 1 OUT (!!!). You'll then connect both the PS4 and the PC to the 2 IN ports and the OUT port goes into the transmitter.

    You'll need to do the same for the USB, get a similar box:
    Connect a USB lead from both the PS4 and the PC to the IN ports and the OUT port goes into the Transmitter.

    My two splitter boxes have hardware switches so even if both devices are running, I can toggle sound with a button push (USB switches automatically but toslink is manual). I find that better than auto switching, especially when both are running.

  • 2: If you have it set up like this you'll only need to configure one input on the transmitter. For me that's the PS4 mode so it defaults to Toslink in and Party Chat from USB. All the settings in the box are made for that one connection so whichever feed I'm running into the transmitter from the switch above, gets the equalizer/chatmix settings.

  • 3 Bluetooth is separate so my solution works the same as bluetooth and PS4.

    Again, parts you need:

  • 3 Toslink cables (2 from PS4/PC into splitter, 1 from there to Transmitter)
  • 3 USB cables (2 from PS4/PC into splitter, 1 from there to Transmitter)
  • Toslink splitter/switcher (2 IN and 1 OUT at minimum)
  • USB splitter/switch (2 IN and 1 OUT at minimum)

    If your PC supplies USB power while it is switched off, the Transmitter keeps getting power to recharge the batteries. Make sure to set the Display to timeout in that case to avoid burn in!

    So with a bit of extra hardware it is possible and works a treat. You can get real short cables to keep it tidy. I mounted the switches on the wall and have just enough length to get to the boxes.
u/CruderMax · 2 pointsr/steelseries

I don't know if you've solved this yet, but I purchased the following:

And they worked wonderfully, improving comfort and spacing. Only thing to note is that they have a bit of a tight fit at first, but they do go on.

u/ericrangel76 · 2 pointsr/steelseries

I have bought these both of these for my Arctis 9x and I can recommend both are more comfortable than the stock ear pads.

Upgraded Replacement Ear Pads for Audio Technica ATH M50X - Also Compatible with M50XBT / M50 / M40X / M40 / Turtle Beach/HyperX/Sennheiser and More (Full List Inside)

I prefer the pu leather over the velour because they keep better sound isolation from background noise and I feel they are cooler than the velour.

Brainwavz Gaming Earpads for SteelSeries Arctis, HyperX Cloud & Other Gaming Headsets, ATH M50X, SHURE & Other Headphones (See List), Cooling Gel, Memory Foam, Micro Suede, Oval Ear Pad

The Brainwavz are not as cushiony as the Wicked Cushions but they still more comfortable than stock. These cushions are really cool and probably my favorite out of all the ear pads I’ve tried. And I’ve tried all 3 types of the Steelseries ear pads.

u/esperianterra · 2 pointsr/steelseries

For pads I recommend these : some struggling to put them on but they fit just fine.

But I can see where your mindset is coming from and I understand why it irks you. Personally im a tinkerer and a modder so tweaking things / modding things / spending more money to make things fit just right for me is kind of on part for the course and... almost fun, as silly as it sounds.

I was able to tweak the EQ settings more through fully with Equalizer APO but that might also not be something you'd be willing to do. Im currently using the first profile from this thread :

u/Subtotalzero · 1 pointr/steelseries

I would check out the Sennheiser Game Zero has a mic attached, but it is not wireless. Costs 209.99CAD and 185.99USD (white version) and 165.06USD (black version). It is a great headset and should not break when you use it.


u/SlickLizzard · 1 pointr/steelseries

What kind of laptop are you using? I saw your other reply about the iPhone earbuds as well. Did you plug that into the line in jack or the headphone jack?

As for the adapter, this could work, but if you're trying to go with USB this would work best.

u/BennyBlades44 · 2 pointsr/steelseries

Also if you check the reviews for the arctis pro wireless on amazon mine is like the 10th newest one and has a photo of them with the pads installed. They look, feel, fit, and sound so much better lol

u/Popcorncandy09 · 2 pointsr/steelseries

Brainwavz Replacement Memory Foam Earpads - Suitable For Many Headphones - AKG, HifiMan, ATH, Philips, Fostex, Grado, Sony ear pad (Black)

Nice and deep, doesn't hurt your ears and comes in loads of colours and materials. Brilliant compared to the factory ones!

u/romseed · 1 pointr/steelseries

I have the console edition for my Xbox, I got it on sale for like 35-40 dollars or something a little ago, and for my PC I have the Arctis 7 wireless and love them, but I’m biased because I love how these feel on the head compared to other headsets

u/youandyouandyou · 1 pointr/steelseries

I got these for my Arctis 7 and they work great. I had the same complaint and these are a bit deeper than the ones they come with. They say they fit the 800/Wireless H.

edit: If you click through the customer images there's one with them on an 800, so you should be good with those, man. They're leather, not that fabric/foam so your ears will be a bit warmer in them, but I've had mine on for a whole day at a time and not had an issue. Also, not a big deal but just so you know before you buy, they have a taper to them. In that first image how the back can be seen from the front, they're exactly like that

u/krazykellerxkid · 2 pointsr/steelseries

I just bought this switch for my Wired Pro + GAMEDAC and it's awesome. It switches to the input that is on, actually turns off when both systems are off, and still allows for RGB customization. I have not actually used it for online play, but when I test the mic out in the system settings, it shows that it is picking up my voice.

Hope this helps!

u/yeahthatsmine · 2 pointsr/steelseries got a pair of these in today and they work great. Nothings touching my ear anymore and I think they sound better now.

u/SS-Blake · 1 pointr/steelseries

I was able to find these, a little pricey with international shipping. Based on the reviews it says they should fit nicely. However, as a 3rd party product, I can't guarantee they will work.

u/abgersaurus · 1 pointr/steelseries

Yes I have, I bought some from amazon made by Brainwavz (sheepskin - leather & memory foam) they are very comfortable, although they are not the exact same shape of the original earpads.

that being said there is the issue of the clamping force on the headset itself, you need to bend the actual headband which will help alot more than the earpads if done correctly.

bending only works on the 7, pro and pro wireless (steel headband)

my Pro wireless gave me a headache before (too much clamping) and my right ear started to hurt after only 30mins of wearing!


so I decided to look up some other threads on reddit and found these two tutorials, and then tried to bend my headband by myself while being very careful.

Note: it takes alot of force to actually bend them slightly, it might not look like they are bend (which is good) but it makes a world of difference!


here are some pictures of my headsphones post bend and with the earpads

u/GunBrave · 2 pointsr/steelseries

I use a USB switcher (two inputs/one output)with a PS4 and Switch. I was having A LOT of problems at first with the USB switcher automatically jumping over to the Switch when on PS4. I found out that once the Pro Wireless transceiver has it’s own dedicated power source, my cheap switcher doesn’t switch ports on me anymore. Played MHW (Arch Tempered Kushala is a pushover) last night for about four hours without a problem.

Link to the USB switcher

UGREEN USB Sharing Switch USB 2.0

u/emmawu_ · 1 pointr/steelseries

unfortunately not :// the tracking still shows them as just leaving the country of origin although it can be super slow to update I guess. And no, I won't be using them on an M800 (using anne pro 2) however they'll almost definitely be compatible with any steelseries keyboard in terms of fit and backlighting etc. I know hyper x cloud also have pudding style keycaps if you wanted to go with a more well known and "reputable" brand (as opposed to some dodgy aliexpress seller).

u/Chrinyg · 3 pointsr/steelseries

I use some 3rd party cushions, that are a little bigger.

I'm going to try the leather cushions as well, now they're in stock in EU again.

My own thoughts on turning down the 900hz a bit, is because I think it gets a cleaner sound with less mid-sound.

u/FupasaurusREX · 2 pointsr/steelseries

I ordered these. They work pretty well on the pro wireless. Upgraded Replacement Ear Pads for...

u/boomstick009 · 1 pointr/steelseries

I would also recommend these ear pad replacement


the stock ones are pretty good but i feel like they are a bit too small and my ears rub up against the inside stitching and get a bit uncomfortable after awhile

u/yruoc · 1 pointr/steelseries

They don't come with extra ear cups/pads, and the ones that come with it weren't deep enough for me. I replaced them with these and they fit really well:

u/ss-mat · 1 pointr/steelseries

Does your computer support mic/headphones in one plug?

You might need to order a splitter such as this one and use both mic and headphones plugs:

u/nfe1986 · 1 pointr/steelseries
Also, I have been using these for close to a year now, and they haven't gone "flat" and gotten any less comfortable.

u/Garudin · 1 pointr/steelseries

Credit to this post

It seems these are of the same design sizes based off one of the reviews using them as a replacement.

You can also use the dimensions of the pads, 5.1 x 3.2 x 1.6 inches, to look up other possible options.

u/jdk2087 · 1 pointr/steelseries

Go with


I went with the Brainwavez angled/leather/memory foam. Leaps and bounds better than what SteelSeries offers in terms of replacements or “upgrade.” Wore them for multiple hours before with my SS Pros and love them. No ear heat, sweat, pain or anything of that nature. Ears and side of my head felt just the same as when I put them on.

u/MattPunz · 1 pointr/steelseries

I got these and they definitely help the pain of my ears, I got these because they had faster shipping and a little cheaper price compared to the steelseries ones.

u/Minoripriest · 1 pointr/steelseries

I ended up buying this which looks similar to that and according to the answers page on the botton it works on the PS4. For $5, I figured it was worth trying it.

u/toekneegg · 1 pointr/steelseries

Yes. I've got the Wicked Cushions on mine from Amazon and they're incredible.

Upgraded Replacement Ear Pads for Audio Technica ATH M50X - Also Compatible with M50XBT / M50 / M40X / M40 / Turtle Beach/HyperX/Sennheiser and More (Full List Inside)

u/badbet · 1 pointr/steelseries

Brainwavz Ear Pads For ATH M50X, M50XBT, M40X, M30X, HyperX, SHURE, Turtle Beach, AKG, ATH, Philips, JBL, Fostex Replacement Memory Foam Earpads & Fits Many Headphones (see list), Black Oval

u/xX_AllFallsDown_Xx · 2 pointsr/steelseries

Is there a difference between your link and this one? (Hybrid Oval version)

It's $5 cheaper and I think the only difference may be that yours is angled?

u/SomeRandomGamer3 · 1 pointr/steelseries

Amazon page says it does and it works on ps4 wirelessly so I don't see why it wouldn't on ps3.

u/Etzubasa · 2 pointsr/steelseries

I purchased this for my steelseries arctis pro Wireless and it is for these models SteelSeries Arctis 3- Arctis 5 -Arctis 7 - Arctis Pro Wireless .

u/TetsuoRyuu · 1 pointr/steelseries

Which ones?
The only one I saw is this one:
which is too big and the headset would jump all inside it (besides taking a lot of space in the bagpack.

u/kasey_skywalker · 1 pointr/steelseries


my chatmix on the 5 didn't even work even after the online downloads, reading the manual, adjusting computer settings, and asking for outside help.
My 5's got stolen from my hotel last week and I will be repurchasing the 3's as a replacement.

u/jmickelonis · 1 pointr/steelseries

Are you using the line in on your PC? You need a ground loop isolator. It'll do this with any headset you try.

u/SgtBobIE · 1 pointr/steelseries

You might want to look at a ground loop isolator, I had to get one when doing the same as you. Without it, there was bad static, You plug the aux cable into it then into the aux in on the transmitter.


This is what I have used, I also use one to run sound From one PC to the Line-In on another PC.