Microsoft Xbox Series X Stereo Headset
Xbox Series X
Not for a while you should have preordered
Actually, the headset (and Xbox wireless controllers) do not connect via Bluetooth, they connect via Xbox Wireless radio (signal) to your system, whether it be a One X/S or a Series X/S. The headset and controllers do have Bluetooth, but that is to pair them with your phone. To answer your question though, YES it will work with your One X.
Yes, there is a nob on the right side of the headset for you to adjust your headsets volume,
Like all current accessories even though this is the newest headset it will work it's all Xbox One models
Yes it will work with your xbox
Yes, as it states in the description above. The trick is finding that perfect balance of the in game sounds and the chat. It will vary from game to game too.
Audio customization available via the Xbox Accessories app for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows 10 Devices. Windows 10 app support available after installing the latest Windows updates. Use a compatible USB-C cable to configure audio settings on the Xbox Accessories App when using a Windows 10 PC. Some voice chat features require Xbox Game Pass Ultimate or Xbox Live Gold (memberships sold separately). Dolby Atmos and DTS:X: may require additional purchases, app downloads, and supported hardware. Battery life varies significantly with distance from console, additional accessories, usage and other factors. Testing conducted by Microsoft using pre-production units.
Windows 10: Requires Bluetooth 4.2+, Xbox Wireless adapter or compatible USB-C cable. Each sold separately. Additional platforms supported. Learn more xbox.com/headset-compatibility. You must accept the Warranty & Agreement at xbox.com/warranty and Software License Agreement at xbox.com/slt. Mobile devices: Wireless connection to mobile devices for music and chat requires Bluetooth 4.2+.
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