Details on the Stereo Headset
Like the wireless headset, it features an earcup volume dial, a compact microphone, and comfortable ear cushions. However, unlike the wireless headset, it does last longer because it does not need to be recharged. It also boasts compatibility with Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos, and DTS Headphone: X audio software.
The length of the bright green cord is not listed on the store page and there is no clarification if you can change the audio settings. The audio settings for the wireless headset are in-depth and can bring good results if tweaked correctly. Still, for its price, it should be a good bargain for any PC and Xbox gamer. The Xbox Stereo Headset is available for preorder now for $59.99 and will be released on September 21st.