• Welcome to the Angry Joe Show Army!

    Join our community of gamers passionate about our community and our hobby! Whether it's playing, discussing, or watching games, regardless of platform, genre, or location, we have a place for you, always!

  • PS4 Forum

    The AJSA Playstation 4 Division: Game Nights and More!

    The AJSA is on Playstation 4! Join us for weekly Game Nights with a selection of the best games the PS4 has to offer!

  • XBO Forum

    The AJSA Xbox One Division: We Got You Covered!

    The AJSA Xbox One Division is ready to connect with you on XBox Live with a ton of events for the best Xbox games!

  • News Archive

    The Best News from the Best Sites, Every Week.

    The AJSA News Collection Team is hard at work condensing a week's worth of news into one giant-sze digest for you to chew on and discuss! Links to source articles are always provided!

  • More Info

    The AJSA Expeditionary Force: Deploying to Play the Best PC Games!

    The elite vanguard of the AJSA, the Expeditionary Force (EF) chooses a new PC game every week! Join us for weekly events and help decide if the game has a future in the AJSA.

  • The Team

    Streaming Now: The AJSA Stream Team

    Joe can't stream every game, but our talented AJSA Stream Team covers a wide variety of games and personalities! Check them out, and show them some AJSA Love!

  • The Tube

    The AJSA Community YouTube Channel

    Featuring news, gameplay clips, and more from the community! The Community is a chance to showcase the best moments in AJSA Gaming!

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'wireless'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • AJSA Community Central
    • AJSA Rules & Policies
    • Introduce Yourself
    • This Week In Gaming
    • General Discussion
    • Community Content
    • Official/Unofficial Game Support
    • Crowdfunding Campaigns
  • Platform Gaming Central
    • PC Gaming
    • PlayStation 4 & Vita
    • Xbox One
    • Nintendo
    • Last Gens
  • Genre Gaming Central
    • First Person Shooter Games
    • Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games
    • Multiplayer Online Battle Arena Games
    • Role Playing Games
    • Strategy Games
    • Other Games
  • Board & Role-Playing Games Central
    • Board/Card/Miniature Gaming
    • Role-Playing Games Corner
  • Donations
    • Donations
  • Archive
    • Archives


  • Articles
    • Forum Integration
    • Frontpage
  • Pages
  • Miscellaneous
    • Databases
    • Templates
    • Media


  • Community Calendar

Found 3 results

  1. Is this possible on ps4 like in ps3? I do not know if there is chat lag with the wireless on ps4, but knowing also how many people had headaches or pain on their ear on ps3 using a bluetooth headset after 10-15 minutes i never got one and bought a logitech with a usb which works perfectly for me, and from a health perspective i do prefer this instead of wireless.I haven't got mine yet and this is important in my opinion.
  2. -Quick answer. Yes! An update along with adapters are supposed to hit in 2014. All should play audio right now but if its bluetooth it will take some updates for the chat to work or the adapter for the controller coming in early 2014. If you have a headset that works with 360 you should get audio just fine so says SteelSeries, Razer and Astro. Turtle beach that receives optical connection should get audio. I have the Turtle Beach's PX5's. Which has both optical connection and bluetooth connection. I haven't had time to try it yet but i will tonight. I'm at work now and it dawned on me to do some research about this. Just wanted to share this with you guys. Also is there anyone using a headset? If so please state the Model and how it's doing so everyone will know. I will update this tonight when i try mine out. Thanks! -Just went to turtle beaches website to look at the PX5 and it says it is compatible with the Xbox One. Maybe a firmware update I have to do. -Looked a little deeper about my PX5 and being compatible. Looks like because i have optical connection from the back of the console i can plug in my wireless transmitter to give me audio and for the chat i can use the Kinect. Makes since until the adapter comes out in early 2014. Turn my tv volume down so its quite in the room, blast my headset and the kinect mic should pic me up on chatting. That will work until the adapter is out i suppose. Just have to see if it really works or not. -Pic of the adapter on turtle beach site. Looks like plug on the free mic that came with the Xbox One. -Also when the adapter drops i have the bluetooth adapter that i used with the 360 and it should plug right into the adapter and i can be back to normal with wireless chat. Not bad. Just sux i gotta wait for the adapter. That should've been offered at launch. Oh well -Here's the link for the bluetooth 360 adapter that should plug into the Xbox One adapter when it is released. http://www.amazon.com/Turtle-Beach-Bluetooth-Adapter-Xbox-360/dp/B005J37I4Y/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1385318583&sr=8-5&keywords=xbox+one+adapter+headset If you wanted to have wireless bluetooth for chatting and gaming. Might work. not sure -The Xbox One has no bluetooth. It has Wi-Fi Direct which in my opinion will be better for headsets. Let me explain. Wi-Fi Direct can carry more data wirelessly than bluetooth can. I have a Wi-Fi Direct Pioneer stereo that came out new this year and the audio sounds amazing compared to bluetooth. It has a fuller richer sound then when i stream with bluetooth. Yes it will suck buying new headsets but the sound should be amazing compared to other wireless units. Plus no more interference like with the wireless headsets with 2.5 ghz transmitters that people have now(which i'm sure they will continue to make but just know Wi-Fi Direct is better). Should result in perfect crisp sound. People will complain and say that its just Microsoft milking money but this actually will improve the wireless experience. Plus with the adapter you don't have to buy a new headset if you don't want to. Microsoft says the hold up on new wireless headsets is going to be because makers will have to change their wireless to Wi-Fi Direct or Xbox only campatible Headsets. It will be sold has only for Xbox One but it will be using Wi-Fi Direct. I personally will try and get by with the adapter stacked with the bluetooth adapter i already have(link above) until Wi-Fi Direct(Xbox One) gaming headsets come out then drop in price. Trust me there's a sound deference. Ps4 has bluetooth but will only connect to made for ps4 products only. Not just any old Bluetooth can connect. If the Ps4 does not support Wi-Fi Direct that means Xbox One will have better wireless audio quality than Ps4. Thats a good thing I think. I'm happy with it.
  3. In 2 weeks my ISP change their network, which means the (crap) router I've been using won't be able to connect anymore. It's one I got from them 2+ years ago, and while the wired work "okay", the wireless is unreliable and it seems to generally discriminate against my laptop and likes to drop my phone from the wireless. They've sent me a new box (they call it a splitter) that is required to connect to their network after the changeover on the 26th. It will only allow 1 device to connect directly to it, so it says "you'll need a router to hook up more". So, since I was planning on replacing the router anyway (since I like having the wireless, but it's too unreliable to use atm), though not this side of christmas, I was looking into what the options are. 1. I don't want AC. It's too expensive, it's pointless fast, and nothing supports it anyway. 2. I need one that can reliably handle high down/upload speeds with ultra-low pings and very high packet counts on multiple devices simultaneously (wired and wireless concurrently) (I'm on synchronous optical fibre and will be upgraded to 50/50 Mbit in 2 weeks). I tend to download and play on my desktop while watching streaming HD video on my laptop. 3. Built-in firewall required. I have bad experiences with D-link and Linksys overheating, so I'm looking for something that's a little better at standing up to torture. Asus seem to have good reviews, so I was looking at this one: http://www.asus.com/dk/Networking/RTN66U/ Something around that price tag is pretty much the limit of what I'm willing to pay. I do have a limited budget, but I pay a lot every month for my Internet, and I want to be able to use it to the max.