Interesting Headset Issue

Undie007

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So i recently bought this headset: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00CJ5FPSQ
and it connects to my computer through a USB, my old headset (https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00CJ5FPUE) connected to my computer using an adaptor, because of the adaptor i could unplug the usb and connect the headphone jack to the likes of my iPod to listen to music with, however as my new headset doesn't have this option i was wondering if there was an adaptor of which would do the exact opposite and split my USB into two 3.5mm analogue jacks, here is the old adaptor from my old headset (https://images-eu.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/G/03/electronics/aplus/logitech/g430_G430_USB_lg.jpg), thank you for taking your time to read this, any suggestions will be appreciated.
 

audie-tron25

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No, it would not be possible without taking the headphones apart. The signal sent to the USB is digital and from the looks of it, the DAC is in the headphones itself. It would be too extensive to try to get an analog connection to them because you would need to rewire it and bypass the headphone's DAC.
 

audie-tron25

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No, it would not be possible without taking the headphones apart. The signal sent to the USB is digital and from the looks of it, the DAC is in the headphones itself. It would be too extensive to try to get an analog connection to them because you would need to rewire it and bypass the headphone's DAC.
 
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