Feast your eyes on the latest Xbox brand peripherals! An official Xbox headset hasn’t been seen in a while, and that single earcup audio device doodad I got with my Xbox 360 is starting to show its age, so it’s time I started looking at an upgrade. Microsoft’s official Xbox Wireless Headset appears to be a solid piece of smart audio delivery technology, coming out in May and set to have an official suggested retail price of R1800 on our shores.
It also seems to have everything you’d expect from a current generation headset: it’s wireless, has voice isolation features, and supports nice spatial audio tech like Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos and DTS Headphone: X.
“We spent a lot of time in the audio test rooms trying to characterize and understand how the headset reproduces audio in different room environments. It will fit in your living room, game room, and dorm room, and we want it to sound the best for all types of audio. said Erik Garcia, project architect and head of the Xbox wire
Likewise, the team studied gameplay to ensure great sounding chat, a sensitive microphone to avoid background noise.
Microsoft says it’s optimal if you have about 15 hours of gaming time on the headset after a three hour charge. Of course there are several factors that allow this.
If you don’t feel like waiting, you can always grab an import when the headset goes on sale on the other side of the world on March 16. So far it looks good! While the value for money certainly sounds attractive, Microsoft will still get to work as it competes against a number of brands that have established themselves since the launch of the new Xbox Series consoles. . Everyone from Razer to Corsair has a headset in the market that works fine, but a new challenger on the ground always ensures healthy competition.
Last updated: February 16, 2021