Ever wish two people could listen to your wireless headset without disturbing others in the room?

Ever wish you could just put the headset on the couch and listen on a lightweight pair of earbuds?

Well now you can!

Step 1: What you'll need

Soldering skillzzz (micro tip preferred, but I used a regular tip and a steady hand)
1 surface mounting 1/8" stereo female jack (pictured)
3 thin flexible wires
Micro philips head screwdrivers
Drill and bits the size of your stereo jack
OPTIONAL: Hot glue gun

But most importantly...
The testicular fortitude to start hacking at your expensive wireless headphones
I don't.... Why?
You should... Why not?
There's a chance the headset could get skrewed up... Then that's over 100 bucks down the drain for me...:/
To hack, or not to hack? THAT is the question! <br> <br>I love knowing that I own my hardware, and that I'm not constrained by the three-sizes-fit-all products the manufacturers' spit out. <br> <br>You can't call turtle beach and make them add this feature, nor can you find any aftermarket &quot;off the shelf&quot; product that adds this feature. So it's up to you. <br> <br>I really hate when manufacturers refuse to add or intentionally withhold features because they want to charge more for that feature in another model, or because they don't think it looks pretty, or they just don't think it's worth the trouble. You can see this in android phone rooting. The provider intentionally limits functionality of your phone, and hacking it returns that functionality to you, the actual owner of the device. <br> <br>There risk involved in all hacking, but if you're willing to take it, it can be very rewarding to know that you truly own what belongs to you. Inside and out.

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