How to use PS5 Pulse 3D headset on PC

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Alongside the release of the PlayStation 5, Sony also released a number of new accessories. Among those accessories was a new wireless headset - the Pulse 3D headset.

Capable of 3D Audio when connected to a PS5, the headphones have received solid reviews. They're a huge part of Sony's audio future, further immersing users into the soundscape of games, movies and music.

But what if you want to use them on your PC? Well, there's no use wondering, you can just do it! Follow our handy guide to discover how to pair the new PS5 headset to your computer in just a few minutes!


Can you use the PS5 Headset on a PC?

The good news is that yes, these headphones are compatible with Windows and macOS computers. This means that if you like these headphones, you can enjoy them on devices other than your PS5.

The even better news, is that it is really easy to use the Pulse 3D on a PC! Just like a pair of PC headphones, connecting Sony's new device takes just a few minutes, even less if you know what you're doing.

Here is everything you need to know to connect them to your computer.

How to use the Pulse 3D Headset on a PC

The Pulse 3D Headset comes with a wireless USB transmitter, which needs to be plugged into an available USB port on your PC.

When you turn on your headset, it will automatically pair with the USB dongle, and install any necessary drivers onto your PC.

Your PC will acknowledge "Speakers (wireless stereo headset)" to confirm the headphones are connected.

Read More: How to connect Bluetooth headphones to PS5: Pair your Apple AirPods, AirPods Max, Samsung Galaxy Buds or any wireless headset to the PlayStation 5 console