First off, I wanna say that I've searched everywhere looking for an answer to this question: forums, YT reviews, tech pages, etc and I've found nothing. I've tried finding out myself with a flash light but I just can't see inside the jack to figure out.
*Side Note* - the audio connector for the headset only has 3 bands but still gives left, right, and mic signals so how does that work?
So, here's the question: how many bands does the 3.5 mm headphone jack on the Rift S have and what is the order of those bands' signals?
I want to know if there's 4 bands because I want to use earphones with a built in microphone so I can use them for audio and as a microphone for my Rift S
I'm tired of people saying my mic quality is complete garbo.
If there's only 3 bands and no way to have audio and mic be lined through your Rift S then here's another question for anyone.
What do y'all use for your mic solution to the Rift S? Is there a way to have a mic and headset go through your Rift S and be used for gaming or w/e?
I'm looking for some kind of mic of decent quality that I can use with my VR headset and I'm considering using a Lavalier mic in combo with earphones so I can have a nice audio experience while using the Rift S but I don't know if it has to be that complicated to get good mic quality.