Knowing how to mute the PS5 controller microphone is very important for the new built-in microphone in your hand. The PS5 controller microphone is always on. Because you may have noticed all the chattering of other people while surfing the Internet. So if you want to know how to mute the PS5 controller microphone so as not to accidentally broadcast yourself in an online game, we can provide help.
Obviously, if you are lucky enough to purchase a PS5. There are many new and interesting features to master. But not all features are necessary. Therefore, if you want to mute them and turn them off when you don’t need them. Here we explain how to mute the PS5 controller microphone and mute the entire PS5 system by pressing a button.
There are two ways to mute the PS5 controller microphone. The easiest way is to tap the mute button just below the PS button on the keyboard. The button will light up orange to indicate that the DualSense microphone is muted. And you will briefly see a mute icon appear in the upper right corner of the screen.
Alternatively, you can press the PS button to access the control center icon at the bottom of the screen. Then press X on the microphone icon (if you didn’t hide it by pressing the option) and select the mute prompt.
To unmute the microphone of the PS5 controller, press the mute button again to turn off the indicator. Or select the microphone icon from the control center and click the mute prompt.
A little-known clever feature is that you can quickly mute all the sound output of the PS5 controller microphone and system. This is very convenient if you need to talk to someone, answer the phone, view the video on the phone, and so on. To do this, please press and hold the mute button briefly until all sound output stops. At this time, you will see the button flashing orange, indicating that your entire PS5 system is muted.
To unmute the PS5 system, click the mute button to turn off the light, or select the sound or microphone icon from the control center, and then select Turn off the mute prompt.