Best Wireless Xbox One Gaming Headset: Razer Thresher
The Razer Thresher has changed our life when playing on Xbox One, and trust us, we play a lot of competitive gaming on the Xbox One X. It's comfortable, flexible, lightweight and has wonderful sound to go with a long battery life. Our only gripe is some occasional low mic volume but it's otherwise very clear. Once you pair this nifty headset to your Xbox One, it's as easy as turning on your controller and we couldn't recommend it more. It's our go-to Xbox One headset.
The Razer Thresher for Xbox One is the complete dongle-free wireless audio solution. On top of delivering lag-free audio immersion, this premium headset also focuses on undisputable comfort. Lined with leatherette, the lightweight memory foam ear cushions rest perfectly against your head, giving you a natural feel that is second to none. The in-built quick control buttons and a retractable digital microphone provide you with instant access to game and voice balance as well as volume even in the heat of battle.
The Thresher can maintain its connection up to 20 feet and utilizes Windows Sonic - Microsoft’s latest in Surround technology. For the complete package, consider the Station and Headphone Stand that come with the Ultimate edition.
The Razer Thresher retails for $149.99.
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Most Hardcore Xbox One Gaming Headset: RIG 800LX
Most of the headsets we've looked at in 2017 feature 10-15 hours or some such similarly impressive number for a wireless unit. Plantronics however, blows all of them away in battery life witht he RIG 800LX. Designed for Xbox One, the RIG 800LX has a 24 hour battery which we still can't quite comprehend.
Amplified audio with matched 40 mm drivers brings the soundstage to life. Low frequency resonators reinforce bass and limit distortion. Voice feedback lets you monitor your outgoing levels and quality and the noise-cancelling mic ensures your teammates hear you, not the room you’re in. When you’re done with talk, just flip up the mic to mute it.
It's a mid-range headset like Turtle Beach's Stealth 700 and Razer's Thresher, but where those connect at the touch of a button, the RIG 800LX does require use of the included USB connected wireless base (it also works on PC). Still, it's a small price to pay for the techy ultralight headset which supports Dolby Atmos and all of the audio controls are on the headset itself unlike Plantronics' RIG 400LX and RIG 600LX.
Memory-foam ear cushions combat wearing fatigue and increase sound isolation for an immersive experience. The light, durable frame includes a self-adjusting head strap that evenly distributes weight to decrease pressure. RIG 800LX has multiple adjustment points to achieve a fit that lets you perform at your best, without tying you down or tangling you up.
The Plantronics RIG 800LX retails for $149.99.
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