I wonder if this issue relates to other Bluetooth headsets? I've noticed some weirdness with my internet connection recently (post 4.1 update), and I haven't tested whether it happens without my headset on or not.
I may experiment tonight or tomorrow and see.
it's crappy manufacturing pure and simple,i bet you anything i test one of these against a spectrum analyzer it will bleed frequency all out of it's intended range,and some units may be just fine while others go higher and some lower,no different than back in the days when i used cheap ham radio and CB equipment...bluetooth and wifi share the same 2.4ghz spectrum but BT uses channel hopping and it's obviously going where it's not supposed to..i need to find a buddy with one just to see how poor they are regulated..
LOL. That is a bit of a facepalm... Technically it can interfere without it being a regulatory issue. The old Bluetooth (I can't remember which version ATM) standard did interfere until they gave it better channel utilization detection capabilities where it attempts to avoid the Wi-Fi channel in use. Before (like years ago, admittedly) it didn't care when picking a FH pattern. I think it was 1.2 or 2.0 or something like that that made it more compatible with Wi-Fi.
I'd love to see the specs, like the real specs, on that headset. I'm wondering if the DS3 controller box also says "may interfere with Wi-Fi".....
I have the Sony headset 7.1 and it has the USB drive that connects it to the system never had any issue with it. But I do have a set of turtle beach headsets for the Xbox and man if some one is using the Internet I get a whole lot of static where I can't even where them until they ar done.