Picking an Xbox One or Xbox Series X headset can be tricky, given the sheer amount of factors and features that can influence your decision. We've prepped this handy guide to help you navigate the market and pick the best Xbox headset for you.
You don’t like your controllers wired to your Xbox, so why be tethered by your headphones? Here are the best wireless headphones specifically designed for Xbox with top-notch sound, noise-cancelling and clear mic audio for the best darn playtime ever.
Mad Catz is an old school company, that sadly hasn't evolved too much with the times. The F.R.E.Q. 4 is a decent headset when it comes to pure sound, but a litany of small problems makes this hard to recommend.
Monopiece chat headsets aren't as popular as they were during the Xbox 360 days, but the LucidSound LS1X is a great premium (yet still affordable) option for those who don't want to sacrifice their external sound set up.
The Razer Nari Ultimate Xbox headset comes packed with rumble motors, triggered by in-game bass sounds for more impactful explosions, gunfire, and the like. Is this novel idea something that's likely to catch on though? Here's our review.
It looks like Plantronics is back! Today, Poly, formerly known as Plantronics and Polycom, announced the RIG 700 Series headsets. They're available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Just like the company's other devices, the RIG 700 Series features a lot of advancements. The RIG 700 is one of the lightest wireless headsets to date, but that doesn't mean it's not durable.