The official Bluetooth headset was first launched with the Blu-ray version of SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Confrontation. It was released in October of 2008 in Japan and North America, and in March of 2009 in other regions. It comes with a charging cradle that connects to the PS3 via a USB cable, similar to most other accessories. In November of 2010, a newer version of the Bluetooth headset was announced, which was 30% smaller and featured stronger noise cancelling technology; all other features are the same.
It features high-quality voice chat, volume control, battery level, charging status and connection status indicators. When used with the charging cradle, the headset can be used as a microphone. The headset is also compatible with the PSP Go, as well as PCs that can use Bluetooth.
WIRELESS STEREO HEADSET
Sony's first wireless stereo headset was released on September 6, 2011. This headset is capable of producing in-game audio, as well as voice chat and is also capable ofup to 7.1 surround sound. It connects to the PS3 via a USB dongle and requires firmware update 3.70 or higher.
The oversized allow for hours of comfortable gameplay, and there are easy volume controls on the side of the headset. The microphone is retractable, so you only need to use it when you want to.
PULSE WIRELESS STEREO HEADSET
The PULSE wireless stereo headset features BassImpact technology, which delivers bass-triggered pulses to the earbuds of the headset. This combined with the virtual surround sound give you that feeling that you're in the game. The headset also features six preset sound modes, based on what you're doing. These modes are game, music, movie, shooter, fighter and racing.