Back in February, Microsoft launched the Official Xbox Wireless Headset for $99.99, including support for Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos, and DTS Headphone: X. Presently we’re getting a wired version and an altogether less expensive price point.
The Xbox Stereo Headset is set for release on Sept. 21 for $59.99. The low cost doesn’t mean Micorsoft has held back on quality however, with Jessica Tsujikawa, Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Xbox expressing they needed to bring “more value to the entry-level headset category, including clear microphone performance, high-quality ear cushions, and a volume control dial on the right earcup.”
The earphones are planned considering long play sessions in mind, offering a lightweight plan intended to spread pressure evenly across your head. Connection with a Xbox is accomplished by plugging the 3.5mm cable into an Xbox wireless controller, yet you can use the headset with any gadget you like.
We’ll need to trust that the reviews to judge sound quality, however Tsujikawa said, “the team tuned the headset to replicate the intended audio recording source that the creators wanted you to experience.” That should bring about incredible sound “across gaming, team chat, music, and movies.” And actually like with the wireless version, Microsoft included help for Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos, and DTS Headphone: X.
At the point when PCMag checked on the Xbox Wireless Headset, we thought that it is offered incredible sound and a lightweight, agreeable fit, however you should turn down the bass a bit. In the event that we get a comparable encounter from the wired adaptation while saving $40 simultaneously, Microsoft will have a moment hit on its hands.
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