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    PC Headset Adapter for Wii?

    Hey everyone! Just had a question. I have a headset which I use for my PC which has a 3.55mm jack. I can't plug this in to my Nintendo Wii because there is no slot to plug it into apart from 2 USB slots. I was wondering if there is a adapter that could convert my 3.55 to USB so I could plug it in and use it for games like MW3 and Black Ops? Or is their any other way rather than buying a new headset?

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    I have similar adapters I use for my guitar and effects processors.
    The problem isn't so much with getting an adaptet, as it is more of a driver/software issue.
    My adapters do nothing in interacting with the console, so an Ios would probably need modified to allow this, I am guessing.

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    Thanks for the quick reply. Well, my headset doesn't really need any drivers. I just plug it in and use it, so there is no need for installing drivers. I am guessing it would be the same if I plugged it into a Wii, with no need of installing drivers. Am I wrong?
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    Well I mean for the adapter ( audio to usb) itself.
    Unless Nintendo has made such an adapter, which a search of their products would yeild, it would be hard to know.
    I can only say that my adapters do not work.
    But someone else may come along with a better understanding and solution. We have alot of intelligent and resourcive ppl here. I just thought to share my personal experience on this.

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    Ok, thanks for your help.
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