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bharat4ever 24-09-2009 02:13 AM

Ear phones.... just wondering
 
How do i play games on the ps3 with earphones on? At night i wouldn't want to wake the entire neighbourhood up, but i am not a sissy to play dead space on mute... so any ideas? The only way is to connect the earphones to the tv earphones socket?

Dustin S. 24-09-2009 02:16 AM

I believe the only way to do it is through the TV headphone output, the ps3 doesnt have any headphone out puts on it that i know of. What I used to do is go buy some cheap wireless headphones, plug the base into the tv, then sit back and play games with full sound haha. Just dont go screaming like a little girl when a monster jumps out ;)

m0tl3sl4y3r 24-09-2009 10:19 AM

your best bet is to do what Dustin says and just get some headphones and plug them into the t.v

X_Racer1 24-09-2009 11:59 AM

Actually if you were using a SCART (red, white and yellow) cable connection and you feel like having extra wires, you could split the red and white wires with RCA Y adapters, then obviously one end goes into your TV but the other red and white left over can then be combined together and converted to a 3.5mm headphone jack. Of course it's ridiculously complicated and the end result will mean you have audio through your headphones and your TV but it can be done, I actually use a setup like this to combine my Logitech X-540 with my PlayStation 2 and 3 together and to add a connection for my laptop to the speakers. Believe me if you saw the amount of wires you would wonder what the heck I was doing. So in short, headphones to the front of the TV, is the simple and easy way to do it.

trediddy 27-09-2009 05:52 PM

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Originally Posted by X_Racer1 (Post 49923)
Actually if you were using a SCART (red, white and yellow) cable connection and you feel like having extra wires, you could split the red and white wires with RCA Y adapters, then obviously one end goes into your TV but the other red and white left over can then be combined together and converted to a 3.5mm headphone jack. Of course it's ridiculously complicated and the end result will mean you have audio through your headphones and your TV but it can be done, I actually use a setup like this to combine my Logitech X-540 with my PlayStation 2 and 3 together and to add a connection for my laptop to the speakers. Believe me if you saw the amount of wires you would wonder what the heck I was doing. So in short, headphones to the front of the TV, is the simple and easy way to do it.

i got lost at red and white wires lol


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