Xbox One Stereo Headset Review:

Xbox One Stereo Headset


Microsoft Xbox One Stereo Headset

If you’re looking for a cheaper product with awesome features, the standard Xbox One stereo headset might be the perfect fit for you. With a solid over-the-ear design, the headset is comfortable and stylish. It’s nearly wireless, too, considering the only cable required runs from the headset to the controller in your hands. The headset plays game audio as well, bringing immersive game audio straight to your ears. A detachable volume mixer allows you easily adjust audio levels on the fly.

Plug your favorite compatible headset into the Xbox One Stereo Headset Adapter and hear the action just the way you like it. Easily adjust chat audio without taking your hands off the controller. Add game audio by connecting your headset directly to the controller, your console, or TV.

Xbox One Stereo Headset - Xbox | Official Site

Xbox One Stereo Headset for Xbox One | GameStop

The headset comes with Microsoft's Xbox One Stereo Headset Adapter, which you can purchase separately for $24.99. Like the wired headset that comes with the system, the adapter plugs into the bottom of the Xbox One gamepad, into a port that looks vaguely like a micro USB port. The adapter is a small plastic trapezoid with five buttons on the face for adjusting game/voice chat balance and overall volume, and for muting the microphone. A 3.5mm port sits on the underside, to which you can connect the 4 Shot (or any other 3.5mm-using headset).

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