Well I have been wondering if this would work and finally come across this guide. I am headed to radio shack to get parts. Hope this helps everyone. EDIT: Went to radio shack and got a 2.5mm (3/32) male connector and everything works perfect. I am amazed why MS wouldn't have released some sort of adapter it would be so easy to make. Oh well 3.49 plus tax and about 20 mins labor and i have my own. Mine looks almost factory a little better than the photos below. Radio Shack Part # 274-244 (stereo Submini phone plug) its 24k plated also for good connection. http://www.funkydiver.com/xbox-one-headset-mod/ What you’ll need… An XBone Headset A 2.5mm audio jack – this is smaller than the standard 3.5mm headphone jack, so don’t go rushing cutting your SkullCandies up. Soldering setup – so an Iron and solder Heatshrink is ideal – HobbyKing is VERY cheap if you’re happy to wait – or you could settle for tape… fiddly, but it’ll work. The first steps, you don’t really need to do as I already did it. You can just go ahead and chop the cable at the point where it enters the headset. If you do decide to strip the headset down first, here’s what you’ll see. So, you have your chopped off cable. You need to strip about 3cm of the sheath off to expose 3 wires and the copper braid. Here’s what the different colours “do”; White – Mic live Braid – Ground Blue – Speaker live Black – not used The individual wires are individually plastic coated, along with a fibre core. I’m not going to go into how to deal with these, you can get more information here. So you’re going to solder these as follows. The copper is the ground and the black will not be used. You just need to figure out which pole (identified as Mic, earphone, ground) on your connector goes where. I used a connector I found in the garage, so mine came out like this, with heatshrink ready to be shrunk. It was then just a case of shrinking all the tubing and plugging into XBone controller and TB headset and voila… I have updated this Tut just a little bit. The black wire will not be used so just leave it be. I have went to a new type of mod and will update soon with pics. Im now using a 2.5mm male cable and going directly to the board located in the adapter. Its easier to solder and much better looking.