Xbox One stereo headset and adapter coming early March

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Microsoft has announced the Xbox One Stereo Headset and Adapter will be hitting New Zealand shores in early March. Offering a premium audio experience for both game and chat, the Stereo Headset also combines a unidirectional microphone with over-the-ear headphones for the ultimate in comfort when you’re bunkering down for a long session with your Xbox One.

 

The Stereo Headset will offer a premium audio experience for both game and chat audio. Offering a full-range (20Hz – 20kHz) audio spectrum to ensure fans can enjoy the deepest bass and the clearest high frequencies, the Stereo Headset will also feature a unidirectional microphone for clear voice capture and over-the-ear speakers to keep you comfortable during long sessions with your Xbox One.

 

The Xbox One Stereo Headset will ship with a detachable Stereo Headset Adapter that puts all of the audio controls right at your fingertips. You can balance the game and chat audio levels to hear just what you want, control the master volume, and mute the microphone each with the touch of a button.

 

Volume controls on the adapter let you adjust chat volume levels and mute your headset’s microphone without taking your hands off the controller.  Simply plug the adapter into your controller and connect your compatible stereo headset to enable fantastic chat audio – thanks to integration with Skype’s audio codec.  Add in-game audio by connecting your headset to the back of the Xbox One or to your TV.

 

 

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