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Old 14-11-2019, 01:30 PM   #1
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Roland VT3 with PS4

Hello all, Iíve been trying to troubleshoot an issue wiith the Roland Vt3 and PS4. Iíve managed to get the voice output to the PS4 party chat, however there is a consistant schreeching/whining noise.

The noise persists in the party chat even when the microphone(Headphones) is not plugged in.

The connection Iíve done goes like this;
VT3 - Headphone Mic (3.5mm) into front Mic Input(3.5mm port)
- Mic Output (male to male, 3.5mm with 6.5mm adapter) to PS4 controller with Y splitter(3.5mm female to male).

*The VT3 is powered by from the PS4 with a USB to Type A cable.

*Ive been thinking that the USB to Type A cable is the root of the issue as when I connect the VT3 to my Computer, I only need the USB to Type A cable in order to get both Audio input & output. So when I connect it to my PS4, the cable could be giving me feedback from both audio output sources?

Any help or suggestions is greatly appreciated. Or any more info I can provide.

Thank you!
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