Hi, it's exactly as the title says. I have some pairs of wireless headphones and gaming headsets that use sort of a proprietary USB dongle receiver to plug into only one specific singular console. I do not own that USB dongle, because these were purchased with it being unknowly needed. The seller never mentioned needing them, and I figured they would connect via Bluetooth because that's how they were advertised. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case, so I'm asking here if there is any real decent way to turn wireless headphones that have an internal battery and need a USB dongle to connect to things; if they can be turned into Bluetooth headphones via soldering some sort of Bluetooth module? I'm fairly decent with soldering components but I mostly lack a good understanding of the Bluetooth boards and receivers and whatnot. If this isn't the correct thread to post in, I apologize, I can post it there instead. I only ask since the headphones charge just fine, but only pair to an Xbox console and nothing else, even with the receiver, as far as I'm aware, so I'd rather put that money into a Bluetooth board instead. Thank you.