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Xbox series X and Xbox series S can give you an entirely new gaming experience by attaching a decent gaming headset.

A great gaming headset delivers immersive audio while allowing you to use your voice to talk to other players.

Wireless headsets give a certain degree of freedom that wired ones can't match, but most of them require a USB dongle to get rid of the cable.

So what is the deal between the Xbox Series X/S consoles and the Bluetooth headsets?

Can Bluetooth Headsets Be Used?

When the latest Xbox series was released, Microsoft decided not to have it support Bluetooth headsets, according to How to Geek.

This means that your Bluetooth headset can't be connected natively to your Xbox console or your controller.
However, you can still connect a Bluetooth headset to the controller's 3.5mm stereo jack. This will pass through the audio if you use a Bluetooth transmitter like Uberwith Bluetooth Xbox One Transmitter.

This type of solution will need to be charged from time to time, and there is no support for headset microphones. Instead, you will have to find a microphone on the transmitter itself.

Also, it is best to avoid aftermarket Bluetooth transmitters. They usually introduce latency, which is very disorienting, especially in single-player games. It could also put you at a disadvantage when playing with others.

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The Correct Way to Connect Your Headset

The best wireless headsets for Xbox consoles come with a low-latency USB dongle. This handles the wireless audio transmission.

Since Xbox's VR headset was cancelled. these headset models, like the Steelseries Arctics 9x can do for now. It lets you hear game audio while talking with friends through a built-in microphone.

Even though certain gaming headsets, including the SteelSeries, have Bluetooth support, this should be viewed as a good add-on for use with your laptop or smartphone instead of your gaming console.

If you have a headset that does not support a wireless connection through its own USB dongle, you can connect it directly to your controller's 3.5mm stereo jack.

Even though this is not a truly wireless solution, the cable run from your controller to the headset is very short and much better than running a cable across your living room.

Just be sure to take your controller with you if you get up to avoid any gadget accidents, according to Mashable.

Purchasing Xbox-Compatible Headsets

If you are buying a headset for your Xbox, make sure that it states that it is compatible with the box itself. If you are just beginning to look for a compatible headset, you can check out the selection of headsets for sale in the Microsoft store.

You can also preorder a wireless headset for your Xbox. 

One of the best ones is the Turtle Beach Recon 500 Wired Gaming Headset, it lets you immerse yourself in the game. It has padded ears for comfort and audio precision.

You can also get the Razer Kaira Wireless Headset. It has crisp and clear audio, and it is comfortable to use for hours. Or you can get the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay Portal Headset. It is a gaming headphone with a great aesthetic that make them wearable for yours.

The headset is packed with gaming functions that are easy to operate. It has a stable connectivity ideal for mobile gaming and a Dolby Atmos virtualized surround sound for immersive gaming.

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