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  • The stereo Headset first of is comfortable to wear for long gaming sessions and easy to use, audio quality is solid with good stereo sound that is filling and keeps you engaged. Where the headset shines is the audio quality of the mic. During our mic test which you can see in the video review below. The Mic quality is clear and crisp, it’s not muffled and dare I say Microsoft crafted a solid gaming headset that is great for listening to in-game audio and also has a solid mic for chatting with friend. the headset can be used to listen to music on your smartphone, though the mic doesn’t work from voice calls. Overall at 479.99 the Xbox One Stereo headset is a solid starter headset for any Xbox One gamer looking for his/her first gaming headset.

    If Microsoft were to only include headset adapters bundled with compatible headsets, this would have some interesting implications, as it would give the company a good level of control over third-party headsets for the Xbox One console.

  • Extremely comfortable and cool, this best gaming headset for Xbox One provides exceptional sound quality at an exceptional price. Whether you choose black or white, you’ll look stylish while you dominate your competition as the Cloud delivers crisp and clean low, mid, and high tones through its 53mm drivers that are HiFi capable.

    Gaming headsets for the Xbox One have been a topic we’ve covered in-depth here at the DMZ. it didn’t appear as if Microsoft would include a headset with the console. Then that they would. Later we discovered that headsets designed for the Xbox 360 wouldn’t work at the launch of the Xbox One. Then at CES we were able to specifically designed for the One from Turtle Beach and Polk Audio. While there we received conflicting information as to whether adapters would become available that would allow other headsets to be used with the Xbox One. Fortunately, Microsoft has made an announcement that clears everything up.

  • Sound Off: Turtle Beach was one of the first manufacturers to make a gaming headset for the Xbox One and their XO line is still among the best in the business. You can use the Four or the Seven and get exceptional sound along with a simple, MS-friendly interface, but expect the Seven to win in every category. With big 50mm neodymium drivers wrapped in comfortable memory foam, the sound staging and comfort are ideal. Each of the thick earcups provides enough isolation to allow these to work as for better immersion. Despite their size, they come in at a reasonable 12 oz to reduce fatigue. They claim mobile compatibility, but their features are hit-or-miss. The uni-directional mic is removable, but that’s as much of a hindrance as a help. Frequency response lands in the 20-20,000 Hz range. []


Game accessory maker Mad Catz will launch a new line of licensed headsets for the Xbox One this summer, the company announced today. Pricing has yet to be revealed, but the new audio gear will be under the outfit’s Tritton brand.