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USB to 3.5mm Coversion with headsets.

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I own a psp 300, ds lite, wii, ps3 80GB, and a HD TV. obviously own some games. some of those games are online enabled. I'm not much of a talker while I'm gaming, but for warhawk i would like to be able to relay orders, etc. The headset I'm looking at has an OPTICAL, 3.5mm output, nice ratings/reviews, and would work as a high end set of headphones for those long trips with the ds/psp and works for my computer. the problem is that the ps3 requires a DIGITAL input. specifically a USB input. my question is, Is there a way to convert the signal either way (vica versa) (preferably 3.5m to USB) so that I don't have to buy 2 separate headsets, without losing the output function of the built on microphone?

Here is a link to the set I am looking at.


hope the link works. take your time responding. I wont have the cash for this product until a week or two. (getting MTG cards, and making a B/G return deck)
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