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XP Orx & Deus Compatibility

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The ORX remote control is available to purchase by itself. Would it be compatible with my Deus WS4 and WS5 Headphones HF Coils and shaft? Thanks!

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Hi Beach Hunter,

the Orx is not compatible with the WS4 puck controller or the WS5 headphones with the control built in. The WS4 back phones without the controller are compatible. All of the HF and X35 coils are compatible.

 

Jeff

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Thank you Jeff!

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