Originally Posted by agatece
Not comparing to anything of decent quality, but I always liked the "pure" feeling of the sound on my Microsoft Lifechat headset.
Well, it failed (canīt handle a 90Kg person walking on the dark, it seems) but I saved the USB to Audio part for some use.
Good surprise, when I came from the i-World to the S3, to find out that it supports OTG and USB-Audio - and the headset was instantly recognized.
All that was left was to attach a P2 jack to the small box and connect it to the Aux-in of the car stereo. Now I have clear high-ends that werenīt clear when using the S3īs headphone connector.
So, I am very happy with the quality of the result - although I am not saying in any way that the Lifechat can be compared to anything professional. Itīs just that it was a cheap solution and a great result for the price.
Just thought Iīd share!
Another usb headset, Jabra GN 5035, working with S3.