Microsoft has redesigned its Xbox stereo headset, introducing a USD 59.99 wired variant that is more affordable than the company’s stellar USD 100 wireless headset, which arrived earlier this year.
According to the verge, it will arrive on September 21, and as expected, it will lack a few functions, while the majority of its design will remain intact.
Users may change the volume by twisting the dial on the exterior of the right ear cup, and there is a mute button on the rear of the flexible microphone, similar to the wireless version.
The stereo headset lacks the chat/game audio mixing dial found on the more expensive model, but that’s not a huge loss given the price difference.
This headset attaches through its distinctive green 3.5mm cable and plug to your Xbox controller, allowing you to use it with other devices (and controllers) that support that plug.
According to The Verge, Microsoft’s stereo headsets support spatial sound technologies such as Dolby Atmos, Windows Sonic, and DTS:X and have “clean mid- and high-frequency performance with robust bass.”
This USD 59.99 device should satisfy a large number of gamers.
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