A few of the fans did post in many forums that the kit would have been perfect if it also had a USB charging cable. The Headsets come with internal batteries and lengthy cables aren't required. Sony PS3 Wireless headsets are simple to connect. The receiver is to be plugged into the USB slot of the PS3 and then the headset is to be powered on, but only after charging the headset. You will be able to adjust the volume as well in the headset itself. While gaming online, you can also isolate the audio output of the headset to play only the in-game audio and not your chat with teammates. Or just chat with your friends while gaming.
You can also opt to use loud volume or just make it whisper in your ears. One of the coolest features in this headset is that it has a retractable mic. You can extend it when you want or just push it in. One other cool feature is that the headset has a silver button which lets the users turn on/off the virtual 7.1 Surround sound. Sony PS3 Wireless headset is incredibly comfortable, thanks to the oversized earpads with unbelievably awesome audio output. The headset status will be displayed onscreen which is very useful.
The onscreen headset status displays the battery charge level, whether the mic is in mute mode, and also if the 7.1 virtual surround sound is turned on or off. If you don't need onscreen status display while you game on, you can turn the status off and use the headset itself to determine the charge. Doing it is pretty cool. Just press the Mic mute/Power button twice. You will then see red light blink at the end of the retractable mic. The light will blink thrice indicating that the headset is fully charged. Two blinks indicate that the headset is down to or below 50% charge. If there is only one blink, then make sure you charge the headset because it's almost out of juice. Sony PS3 Wireless Headset is pretty light and comes at a catchy price in India tag of about Rs 5000/- in India.