How to connect your Orzly RXH20 Gaming Headset
Thank you for purchasing an Orzly Gaming Headset. This guide will help you get set up as quick as possible whether you're on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S Xbox One, Nintendo Switch & Stadia.
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PC | PlayStation | Xbox | Nintendo Switch | Stadia
First of let's take quick overview of the headset so that we know where everything is.
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The RXH-20 cable has two connectors, the 3.5mm audio jack and the USB-A connector. The 3.5mm jack handles all audio input and output for the headset and USB only powers the lights which are controlled by the switch on the in-line controller.
Desktop | Laptop | iMac
If you are gaming on PC depending on your set-up you may require the Y-Splitter (included in the box). Simply plug your 3.5mm jack into the splitter, this separates the audio in and out.
- 3.5mm Audio Out – This connector is known as a standard socket that you would find on any set of headphones. This 3.5mm plug connects to the headphone port (traditionally coloured green) on your PC.
- 3.5mm Mic Input – Virtually all gaming headsets have attached microphone sockets. This 3.5mm mic input jack is plugged into the mic port on a PC (traditionally coloured pink).
- You can plug the USB into any free port close to your headphone ports.
If your on a laptop or an iMac you may have a combined port and therefore no need for the Y-Splitter. Just plug your the 3.5mm jack into the headphone port and the USB in to a free port on your system.
If you are using any version of Windows, you can left-click on the “Speaker” icon on the right. From there, you will see which device is being used for audio output. Make sure it correlates with the gaming headset you are using. If you are having issues, please refer to our section below in regards to configuring your sound settings.
On MacOS, you can find the sound settings on your action bar from there you can see which device audio is be output through
Configuring Sound Settings on Your PC
Configuring your PC’s sound settings could be the answer to your prayers if you are experiencing connectivity issues. Here is what you need to do to check your sound settings for your gaming headset:
- Right Click on the “Sound” icon on the taskbar of your PC
- Choose the “Open Sound Settings” option
- Click on the drop-down box under the “Output” option
- Select your gaming headset on the drop-down box
PS5 | PS4
As stated earlier, the 3.5mm jack handles all audio input and output for the headset. Simply plug in your 3.5mm gaming headset cable directly into the port on your chosen controller. This should automatically work right away. Audio from your console should now be playing through your headset and if your settings allow it voice chat should be working and your friends should be able to hear you.
XBOX Series X|S | Xbox One X | Xbox One
As stated earlier, the 3.5mm jack handles all audio input and output for the headset. Plug in your 3.5mm gaming headset cable directly into the port on your chosen controller. This should automatically work right away. Audio from your console should now be playing through your headset and if your settings allow it party chat should be working and your friends should be able to hear you.
First generation Xbox One controllers do not natively support the 3.5mm jack and require an adapter (not included)
To begin, simply plug your 3.5mm jack into the port at the top of your switch. However, please note that some Switch games do not support a mic when used this way.
A solution for this mic problem to use voice chat feature in the Nintendo Switch Online app. You will then need to link your Nintendo Switch account to the Nintendo Switch Online app. Everything should then be okay in regards to using your voice chat while gaming. You can find more information about this here.
Please note: An active Nintendo Switch Online membership is required.
Theis to simultaneously plug your headset into your phone and Switch. You will need a Y-Splitter (included) to do this. If your phone doesn’t have a headphone socket, you will need an adapter. Plug your mic into your phone and your headphones connector into your console.
While docked you can plug your USB cable into one of the three USB ports on the Switch dock to give you access to the lights
If you have a Pro-Controller and are sat back on your sofa, you can plug your headset into the Pro-Controller. You should automatically hear game audio and If the game supports it natively voice chat will be active and your friends should be able to hear you. If the game does not support in-game voice chat please refer back to the Switch Voice Chat app set-up.
TV/ Tablet | PC | Mobile
Where you play Stadia alters your set-up slightly.
To set up for TV or Tablet plug in your 3.5mm gaming headset cable directly into the port on your Stadia controller. This should automatically work right away. Audio from your game should now be playing through your headset and if your settings allow it party chat should be working and your friends should be able to hear you.
If your playing on PC/ Laptop, you have the option of plugging into your controller (if that's how you are playing) or directly into your rig using the Y-Splitter included if needed. For the lights, you can plug the USB into any free port on your system.
For mobile you can plug the 3.5mm headphone jack into your controller to get game audio and voice chat. Alternatively, if your phone has a headphone jack port or you have the adapters needed you can plug your headset into the phone.
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