Microsoft has unveiled a new wired Xbox stereo headset worth $ 60.
This headset is considered a good alternative to the “Xbox” wireless headphones in terms of price value, up to $ 100, and was designed in collaboration with several popular electronics companies such as “Razor” and “Bang & Olufson”. , according to the “engadget” website. Technical.
The wired Xbox stereo headset features the same exterior design, the ability to control the sound from the right side of the headset, and some other wireless headset features such as the microphone mute switch.
Microsoft confirms that the ear pads for the Xbox stereo headset are made of high quality materials, while the microphone is characterized by cleanliness and sound clarity.
It said the headset was adjustable based on head positions and was characterized by clear and high sound quality.
Speakers support highly efficient spatial audio recording technology such as “Windows Sonic”, “Dolby Atmos” and “DTS Headphone: X”.
And the “Engadget” website claims that the wired Xbox stereo headphones are controlled by 3.5mm thick wire.
It has the ability to connect to any other device with a 3.5mm plug, and can be used to connect headphones to other devices such as phones and tablets without a dedicated headphone jack.
The new wired headset will go on sale on September 21. Those wishing to purchase it must submit orders before receiving it through the Microsoft Store.
It is noteworthy that unlike its predecessor wireless headphones, Microsoft introduced this wired headset to meet the needs of users at a lower price when the battery of wireless headphones is depleted. .
In February, Microsoft released its first Xbox wireless headset.
The Xbox Wireless Headset is designed to support connectivity with the Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S game consoles, and is compatible with computers, smartphones and other devices via Bluetooth connectivity.
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