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Topic # 151702 2-Sep-2014 15:55
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Does anyone know if these are the same thing, just with different names for different countries?

The "Gold" is $199 from Mighty Ape, and the "2.0" is $149 from The Warehouse.

PlayStation Gold Wireless Headset (US site)

PlayStation Wireless Headset 2.0 (NZ Site)

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  Reply # 1120563 2-Sep-2014 16:06
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No clue.

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  Reply # 1120567 2-Sep-2014 16:18
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Think the Gold is just a "special" release..comes with a travel pouch and adaptors that i can see.... could confuse things even more by throwing in the Sony Pulse headset as well.... 




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  Reply # 1120622 2-Sep-2014 17:33
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They are the same, just google the model number that is on that nz page CECHYA-0083. The different names come from the original headsets they had which was called wireless stereo headset in eu/au/nz but called the pulse headset in the us. then they also had pulse elite. very confusing.

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  Reply # 1120660 2-Sep-2014 18:07
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I have the 2.0's and they work great.



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  Reply # 1120974 3-Sep-2014 08:47
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Thanks everyone. Ordered the 2.0 from FishPond for $144.





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