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We are confident that the Gaming Microphone will be compatible with both the PS5 and Xbox Series X. To ensure there are no compatibility issues, we have extended the 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee for those customers who purchase a next-gen console within 14 days of their release.
While sound coming from the Nuraphone is unidirectional, you will be able to listen to and experience most 3D sound experiences applicable to stereo headphones.
In order to use a 3.5 mm extension cable, you must ensure it is TRRS enabled. Without this you will not be able to retain the microphone functionality with your Gaming Microphone. Please refer to the below diagram for an image of the compatible cable male end.
|The extension cable should have 3 black rings on the male end as shown to the left.|
As your Hearing Profile is constructed to provide you with personalised sound no matter what the setting, there isn’t a need to create a Hearing Profile specific for gaming. We’d recommend, though, configuring the settings (i.e. immersion level) to your specific gaming needs.
The Gaming Microphone does not charge during usage and will instead utilise your Nuraphone's battery. Therefore, you will need to ensure your Nuraphone is charged prior to use.
Yes, if your phone or device has a compatible 3.5 mm headphone jack then you will be able to use the Gaming Microphone. If not, you will need to use either your device’s Lightning or USB-C adapter.
Yes, the Gaming Microphone is compatible for use with singing applications as long as the device you are connecting to has a combined 3.5 mm headphone/microphone port (or TRRS, 4-pole enabled). Please note, however, that the Gaming Microphone is optimised for vocal clarity, which means there may be less mid-range and low-range content than a standard studio microphone.
The volume toggle will only control the game volume. The microphone/input volume can be controlled within your console/PC settings or in the game itself.
No, however, the Nuraphone will require an analog 3.5 mm (TRRS enabled) jack connection in order to connect to a PC or Mac. You then need to select the Headphone port as both your input and output within the system settings.
To change your Nuraphone settings, simply disconnect the Gaming Microphone and then reconnect your Nuraphone to your iOS or Android device via Bluetooth. Then you can either make changes via the TouchButtons or open the Nura app to adjust the settings. Please note that the Nuraphone settings cannot be adjusted while the Gaming Microphone is connected.
To find more information on how to use the Nuraphone Gaming Microphone with PC and Mac computers, please see our article: Nuraphone Gaming Microphone - How to use.
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