The reason the rolls preamp didn’t work is that it does not provide power for the mic. You really also cannot expect a chain of small adaptors to work. They’re incredibly finicky and unreliable. You have a headset which I assume you like? You have four conductors to manage, so with a 4 circuit jack socket and a soldering iron, the wiring is really, really simple. It’s is NOT with adaptors, just an unreliable mess. If you need a preamp that can power condensers then forget the usual studio types, they only do phantom power. Look for the inline types that are designed to allow a lav mic to have a balanced XLR output. They usually have a small connector like radio mic packs use. So you need a cable to go between the items. A custom built one wired properly. These preamps will do the job and a one-off cable. You’ve not said what kind of use you have, so this probably means about the same cost as the headphones you have, but your headset isnt of course that good audio wise, if you want to record yourself singing it’s probably not on a recording forums list of nice mics, and headset wise it’s built for good comms, not music. If you have to pay somebody to wire this up and make the cables, is that actually worth it. Great if you can do it yourself. I could get the parts and end up with a cable with a 3.5mm plug for the headphones and and xlr for plugging the mic into something, with a preamp for about forty pounds, but can you? That’s the problem you have. Add in somebodies time and the price escalates!