The ModMic USB and Wireless will connect easily to the PS4/PS5 via an open USB port on the console (remember, there are two 10-Gbps USB ports on the back of the PS5). With the ModMic Wireless, we highly recommend using the included USB extension cable if plugging in the USB dongle in the back port.
You might have to go into the Audio settings for your console to make sure your ModMic is being read by it. Consult your console's instruction manual for more information.
NOTE: we are aware of reports of the USB ports in the back of the PS5 overheating and melting. More info is here - https://technclub.com/guides/prevent-ps5-melting-usb-ports/
We do not recommend using a USB-A to USB-C adapter to connect the ModMic USB/Wireless to the PlayStation 5’s USB-C port, as they’ve been inconsistent with providing enough power for the ModMic/USB dongle to work.
Neither the ModMic USB nor ModMic Wireless will work with any Xbox. Microsoft requires a physical security chip (called a security key) for USB audio. The fees for this chip are so high that an Xbox-compatible USB product is not likely in the near future, as we'd have to create a specific Xbox product separate from our existing lineup (and charge more for it).
The ModMic Wireless is not compatible with the MacBook Pro 2018 and 2019 due to the security chip design for these MacBooks. We list this on our website for customers to have a heads-up on it before purchase. Scroll to the bottom for Hardware Compatibility. The only workaround is to use a thunderbolt dock or other method that bypasses the standard USB port.