Xbox One Wireless Headset announced, launching next month

Xbox One Wireless Headset announced, launching next month

Xbox have announced a brand new wireless head made by Xbox themselves, the first in their history.

Sporting 40mm speakers, the headset looks sleek and non-assuming in the best way possible.

It will launch on March 16th for a price of €99.99.

What’s in the boxXbox Wireless Headset
USB-C charging cable (14 inches long)
System RequirementsFor use with Xbox X|S, Xbox One and Windows 10 devices. On supported consoles, some voice chat features may require Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or Xbox Live Gold (memberships sold separately). Windows 10 use requires Bluetooth 4.2+, Xbox Wireless adapter or compatible USB-C cable. Each sold separately.
MaterialsHeadband: inner steel metal band with foam cushioning
Ear cushions: oval design with polyurethane leather and foam cushioning
MicrophonesMic design: bendable boom with dual mics and Illuminated LED when mic is on
SpeakersSpeaker size: 40mm
Speaker material: Paper composite diaphragm and neodymium magnet
Speaker Impedance: 32 ohm
Speaker Response: 20Hz – 20kHz
ControlsButtons: power/pair, mute, game/chat audio balance dial (left earcup), volume dial (right earcup).
BluetoothBluetooth version: 4.2 (A2DP, HFP, HSP)
Codec: SBC
BatteryInternal, rechargeable lithium-ion battery with up to 15 hours of battery life per charge. 30 minutes of charging provides about 4 hours of battery life and recharges to full battery life in about 3 hours when headset is not in use.*
Weight11 oz (312g)
Virtual Surround SoundSupports Spatial Sound technologies like Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos and DTS Headphone:X on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One*
Xbox Accessories appAdjust equaliser settings, bass boost, auto-mute, LED brightness and mic monitoring*
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