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To record all game sounds including chat including your own voice at the same time without having to use a separate recording device or microphone mixer, you will ...
First, remove the batteries from the headset. Gently pull off the earcup padding surrounding the left speaker. This is the side with the microphone boom and audio controls. ...
Remove the two screws holding the circuit board to the plastic housing.
Solder three wires to a stereo 1/8" 3.5mm headphone jack from Radio Shack.
Remove the threaded retaining nut from the outside of the 3.5mm jack, drill a hole through the plastic housing of the headset and insert the 3.5mm jack through ...
Screw the retaining nut on from the outside to secure the jack.
Use heat shrink tubing or electrical tape to insulate any exposed wires on the jack to keep them from shorting out when everything is put back together.
Reattach the circuit board using the two screws.
Locate the left and right speaker solder joints on the circuit board. They are marked "SPL_L SPK_R" underneath the joints and "L+ L- R- R+" on ...
Solder the 3.5mm jack's right channel wire (red in this case) to the R+ joint, the left channel wire (white in this case) to the L+ joint and ...
Replace the speaker cover using the three screws and replace the earcup padding.
Plug one end of a male 1/8" 3.5mm stereo patch cable into the jack.
Plug the other end into the recording device's audio inputs.
You may have to change the wiring configuration because you are now recording directly from the headset's speakers. Run the Xbox's audio out only to the headset's RF ...
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