A wireless gaming chair can work perfectly with almost all gaming systems, including the PS4, XBox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, PlayStation Vita, you name it. But how does it work with the “wireless” feature? No cables connected at all?
In this post, we will show you how a wireless gaming chair works. If you’re new to this kind of wireless chair, make sure you’ve read our previous post first: what’s a wireless gaming chair – all you need to know.
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In the wireless gaming chair industry, the “wireless” feature only means the wireless audio connection.
A wireless gaming chair is designed for those who do not want any cables for audio function that would run from the chair to TV, game systems, and other devices.
A wireless gaming chair works like this:
Typically, there is a wireless transmitter and a wireless receiver built in a wireless gaming chair to receive the audio signals wirelessly and play sound from the chair (actually from the built-in speakers).
So you don’t have to use cables for audio, and thus this saves you from messy wires.
A wireless gaming chair will have 2 or 4 headrest speakers, and many are also equipped with a powerful bass subwoofer with AFM Technology. Thus the wireless-connected sound is stereo and becomes more real. X Rocker 5143601 II Wireless Video Gaming Chair and X Rocker 51259 Pro H3 4.1 Wireless Audio Gaming Chair are the good examples.
There is also a built-in side control panel, which allows you to have separate volume and bass control. Some wireless gaming chairs also have output and input jacks on the side control panel.
Some wired gaming chairs also allow adding a wireless kit to enable the wireless feature, and a wireless kit may include a wireless transmitter, a wireless receiver, a set of standard RCA audio cables, etc. You need to connect manually those gadgets in the correct way to enable the wireless feature.
Although the audio can be connected without cables, you do have to use a power cable to connect the wireless gaming chair to a power supply.
Therefore, a wireless gaming chair in fact needs cables to run, but offers the option for you to connect to audio devices without wires.
A wireless gaming chair is specifically designed into 3 seating styles (Floor, Pedestal and Rail) so you can sit near the ground with the most comfortable posture to play games and ROCK.
Here is the video showing you the example of how a wireless gaming chair connects and works.
The example stated in the video guide is X Rocker, and you can check all the prices at Amazon for X Rocker gaming chairs.
Of course a wireless gaming chair still can be hard-wired for audio at any time if you want.
Most of the wireless gaming chairs cannot directly connected to gaming systems that rely on HDMI connections, such as the XBox One and PS4. But they do work with those games. You can learn how to connect to XBox One or how to hook up with PS4.
These wireless gaming chairs are not waterproof, so you’d better settle them in-house.