When it comes to headsets, Xbox One owners have two types of options: wired and wireless headsets. Here's why you should opt to keep the cord instead of cut it.
Yes you can, but it hinges on whether your phone supports 3.5mm jacks, or whether your Xbox One headset supports Bluetooth. Here are the details you need to know.
LucidSound's LS25 brings some quality construction to the mid-range, but what about audio quality?
Plantronics RIG headset line has always been solid, but they've always been missing something. Finally, with the RIG 700HX, Plantronics has it made an Xbox and PC headset that has it all.
The cheap and cheerful Snakebyte Head:Set X is a great $18 option for those seeking a quick headset solution with uncompromised sound quality.
Turtle Beach's sleek new Atlas range casts off the neon accents for something a little more serious looking. But is it serious sounding?
Turtle Beach's new Recon 200 boasts mic monitoring and amplified sound for only $60. But can it deliver a quality experience at that price point?
The new Snakebyte Head:Set X Pro is a step up from its previous "Pro" effort, but fundamental design flaws make it, once again, hard to recommend.
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