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  1. I figured, but you can never know sometimes. I've heard multiple instances of people talking about it and saying that you need Ultimate, plus like, it sounds too good to be true? How come being on PC gives me the ability to choose the lower paying one, while someone who buys an actual XBox needs Ultimate? Honestly it doesn't make too much sense to me but I won't argue lmao
  2. Sorry for reviving a dead thread, but I figure this would probably be a good place to get an answer. Since this whole EA Play integration is coming soon, I'm just here trying to understand in which package its included. On their site it says: So from my understanding, if I'm just paying for the base level Game Pass on PC (currently costing me $5.99/mo), I don't need to upgrade to Ultimate? Is upgrading to Ultimate only necessary if you're not on PC?
  3. I remember when wireless charging was first implemented in the Pixel 3, Google restricted 10W speed to only their official stand and a few select Belkin ones that were "certified". I'm pretty sure it was kind of a bullshit tactic to just get manufacturers to pay them a fee to get that "compatible with Pixel" status. It kind of made a stink when it first came out but nobody really seemed to care soon after. I'm currently still on the Pixel 3, do they still do this with newer ones? I've never really seen any news about it.
  4. Yeah I've seen those before, notably on an Unbox Therapy video. That would probably be my closest chance, but I'll just stick with what I've got. Thanks for the help anyways guys!
  5. ah that's true, I'd be fine with a dongle along with what I mentioned above but I guess that would be too niche for production. Plus the smaller the adapter, the less power and battery life they'll have. Unless I wanted to strap a Bluetooth car adapter to my head it's probably not worth it and just better to stick with wired or just get a headset that's already wireless.
  6. There are products like these made for specific models: https://www.amazon.ca/Wireless-Bluetooth-QuietComfort-Headphones-Cancelling/dp/B07GTN6GRT/ref=sr_1_31?dchild=1&keywords=bluetooth+headphones+with+adapter&qid=1601249021&sr=8-31 https://www.amazon.ca/Wireless-Bluetooth-Adapter-Comfort-Headphones/dp/B0786VF6PS/ref=sr_1_43?dchild=1&keywords=bluetooth+headphones+with+adapter&qid=1601249021&sr=8-43 But there are none for my headset, so I'd be stuck with more jank solutions like this: https://www.amazon.ca/Muswor-Bluetooth-Amplifier-QuietComfort-Headphones/dp/B07FYCVC2M/ref=pd_sbs_23_7?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B07FYCVC2M&pd_rd_r=963e2605-406b-4099-bacc-d0c7d12e2bcd&pd_rd_w=hfcEN&pd_rd_wg=ZU49R&pf_rd_p=51202c9a-f9ab-4d97-ad76-aa53f0391454&pf_rd_r=JQYQB23NYRV5CDS3QS1R&psc=1&refRID=JQYQB23NYRV5CDS3QS1R https://www.amazon.ca/Bluetooth-Receiver-Hands-free-Headphones-Computers/dp/B01KV0WEI4/ref=pd_sbs_23_3/147-7740810-1897926?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01KV0WEI4&pd_rd_r=3785f02f-0a6e-45f0-b0bb-a77e8d485c77&pd_rd_w=gJHOl&pd_rd_wg=RyTLN&pf_rd_p=51202c9a-f9ab-4d97-ad76-aa53f0391454&pf_rd_r=KZ224REAR0PV1T8K390K&psc=1&refRID=KZ224REAR0PV1T8K390K My whole point was just wondering if anyone has found an actual decent solution. Is Bluetooth audio on Windows still bad? I know we've kinda jumped over the hurdle of mouse latency (not sure about keyboards) but I thought BT headsets have finally surpassed into the "good enough" category, there's tons of wireless gaming headsets for sale.
  7. Looking to convert my pair of Logitech G433 headphones to wireless, but I'm having trouble looking for a good solution. I know some brands/third parties have made adapters for specific headsets but I haven't found any for my set. I tried one more generic-use MPOW transmitter but the cables that were included were way too thick to fit my headset. Logitech seems to have made the 3.5 jack hole on the set super thin, so your third-party choices are very limited. I would be fine with anything as long as it's not too expensive or terrible looking. I'll stick it to the side of the earcup if I have to. Has anyone done the same previously and have any advice? Or should I just sell this thing and get an out-of-the-box Bluetooth headset? I just like the look and feel of this thing too much to want to part with it.
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