PSVR Headset keeps disconnecting due to faulty cable?
My PSVR has recently been diconnecting fewquently, mostyl when putting the headset on/off.
I've narrowed it down to the piece of cacle that comes from the headset itself, about 3-6inch along from where it enters the headset.
Any thoughts or ideas how to fix or replace this? I wish Sony made plug in cables to the head set as opposed to a sealed unit ;(
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I have the same problem but i've narrowed mine down to the LEGO on/off switch on my 1st Gen. headset, If only someone knew how I can (or if I can) replace it without having to get a new headset. They were not designed for hardcore BEAT SABER players...
Any cable can be replaced if you are good with a solder iron , you also need heat shrink for the solder joints , I have the same issue although have no power getting to the headset . Once I get another working unit and narrow it down I’ll replace it .
unfortunately the cables running to the Psvr headset are mini coaxial cables meaning that they have a positive inner cable and a negitive outer cable that are covered in a color plastic casing then all the cables are wrapped and an outer able wrap witch I believe is also positive is woven arround the whole cable network and once again incased in plastic, my Rabbit decided that my Psvr cable was a sufficient chew toy and half a second later the game I was playing was black and the headset was dead, knowing a little about soder8ng and cable splicing I was going to splice it back togather myself when 9n closer inspection I realized the duality of each of the %#*@ near hair size cables running to the headset wich made fixing it a much longer process then I had originally hoped it would be butseveral mistakes and a lot of inappropriate name calling toward the designer of such a cluster @$#$ and the headset works again if my Rabbit chewes it again I'm buying a new one.
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@mark palmar was the way you fixed it was splicing or something else? also are you getting a new headset or a new rabbit?
The reason it is a sealed cable is because a plug-in cable would be a good design choice, and Sony is a major tech company