Finder: We review Microsoft’s new Xbox Wireless Headset, which puts immersive next-gen audio within reach of all Xbox Series X and Series S gamers.
Have to admit just received mine today good quality very easy to set up better than I was expecting people have to remember this is only 90 pounds so it's not high end . Played cod sound was excellent infact I had to turn the head set down as it was too loud . But the sound was very crisp and you could hear all the foot steps around me and all the other sounds in game very impressive . Have not used the mic but every one was coming in nice an clear thought the headset u can up the bass but I did not feel like I needed to as it was very good anyway . Over all great headset for the money put it this way ive payed more and got headsets that were crap so I'm very happy
Thanks for sharing your experience. I ordered one for me and a few for others to test and review. I have Astro A50s, but wanted to see what these can do.
i still have not opened mine ... waiting to see more impressions by real people so thank you :D, though one thing i dont get is most reviews seem to state how they can hear footsteps of other players in games, i havent used a headset that didnt allow me to hear footsteps so not sure why this is a selling point
I got a pair today and to me these sound better then my arctis 9x, they are louder and lighter
These are sold out everywhere now......smh
Dolby Atmos has always been a paid for app on Xbox. It’s not made by Microsoft. 14.99 to unlock this permanently is a great deal as it works on any headset. But I would recommend a Dolby Atmos sound bar for the best experience with Xbox or 7.1 Atmos setup. Not a headset.
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