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Can you amplify the sound of a wireless headset?

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I have a razer nari ultimate as headset,but i want it to be a bit louder and better sounding,when i had my kraken pro i had connected it to a dac so i had better sound is there a way9 to do that with the nari ultimate

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I don't think so, Since it would probably has a built in DAC/AMP inside the headphone already and the wireless dongle just send a digital information to it.

Just like a USB HEADSET, But just you know without cable.

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No you cannot.

A wireless headset has its own DAC and amp built in. So unless it has the option of connecting via aux cable (not USB), then no you cannot use a higher quality DAC or an amplifier

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27 minutes ago, GoldenOne said:

No you cannot.

A wireless headset has its own DAC and amp built in. So unless it has the option of connecting via aux cable (not USB), then no you cannot use a higher quality DAC or an amplifier

aux is the 3.5mm jack?

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On 12/11/2018 at 6:52 PM, ManosMax13 said:

aux is the 3.5mm jack?

yes.

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