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I recently purchased a new headset Called an X205 EA Sports USB Motorola Gaming Headset and I wanted to use it for my Playstation 3 and works fine for hearing but it won't transmit my voice at all it won't pick up any sound it shows its there but won't hear anything and I spent all my money on it and need help please.... Very Soon!!!!!!

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USB Headsets

  • Through the USB ports on the front of the PS3 system, you may utilize a USB certified headset. Please note, although a headset is USB certified, it may not be recognized by the PS3 if it requires drivers for installation.
  • Devices that are approved for use with the USB ports of the PS3 system must either be made by SCEA or be USB certified. Typically, a USB certified product will have the official USB logo on the package, manual or on the "belly" label of the product itself.
  • To use a USB headset you will have to select it as the input and output device. To select the headset and make adjustments, go to (Settings) > [Accessory Settings] > [Audio Device Settings] option. Then you can use the headset with compatible PS3 format softwar

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Tighten belts on my Yard machine ride on lawn mower

There is rarely any adjustment to tighten the belts on a riding mower. The belts are tensioned by an idler pulley which is controlled by a idler pulley spring. Almost all riding mower belts must be accurate to the hundredth of an inch or no less than accurate to 1/8th inch. It is very rare for a belt to be in full inch increments. This is why automotive or general purpose belts will not work on a riding mower. I know it is tempting to try to get by with a $10 belt rather than spending $35 or more for the correct belt. Trust me, you will only waste your money trying to get by with the inferior belts. Riding mower belts and extra heavy duty and generally will not stretch at all. Generally they will have 5 or more strands of a Kevlar type material so that stretching is virtually non existent. If the belt will not tighten then it is most likely not the correct belt. If the belt is in fact the proper belt and still is too loose, then you should look for pulley wear or weak tension springs. Metal pulleys do wear and tension spring do loose tension.

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Sony KP-51HW40 Convergence issue

Can you adjust the convergence by the convergence menu without going through the service menu? The settings through the convergence menu should save automatically. Have you replaced the convergence ICs? If so the settings should save, if not the D board will need to be replaced or at the very least rebuilt. Let me know if you need further assistance with this issue.

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