Configure and set up your Xbox Wireless Headset:
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With Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One consoles, the Xbox Wireless Headset can connect wirelessly (pairing with the console in the same manner as an Xbox Wireless Controller). Additionally, the headset can connect to Windows, Android, and iOS devices using Bluetooth. Windows Sonic, Dolby Atmos, and DTS Headphone:X are among the spatial sound technologies that are compatible with the Xbox Wireless Headset.
Using And Setting Up The Headset:
The back of the left earcup houses the green power button for the headset. The headset will turn on when you press this button. A starting tone will play, and the power and mute lights on the headset will also turn on. The power light is located right above the power button. If you push the power button and the headset doesn’t turn on, make sure it is charged by going to Charging the headset below.
Recharging The Device:
Connect your Xbox Wireless Headset to your console using the USB-C cable that came with it to start charging it. The right earcup’s lower rear has the charging connector for the headset. When the headset isn’t in use, 30 minutes of charging may extend its battery life to 4 hours, and 3 hours of charging will fully recharge it (providing up to 15 hours of battery life, depending on usage).
Press the dial on the exterior of the right earcup to change the headset volume. The volume may be changed by spinning either clockwise or counterclockwise: clockwise increases volume, and counterclockwise decreases volume.
The balance between game and conversation audio may be changed by turning the slider on the exterior of the left earcup. The balance will be tipped in favor of game audio by turning forward and against the clock, and in favor of conversation audio by rotating backward and toward the clock.
When you aren’t speaking, the Xbox Wireless Headset’s auto-mute feature automatically turns off the microphone. For further information, click the Headset options below. On the rear of the microphone, the attachment is where the headset’s mute button is positioned (on the bottom of the left earcup). The LED at the end of the microphone will turn off when it is muted.
On the left earcup’s rear, directly over the power button, is where the headset’s power light/LED is placed. The condition of the headset is indicated by the various behaviors of the LED:
- No light indicates that the headset is turned off Solid white light indicates that the headset is turned on while it is in use Solid white light indicates that the headset is charging and that the battery is completely charged
- A slowly flashing white light indicates that the headset is searching for an established connection when in discovery mode. The LED will stop flashing after a successful connection has been achieved.
- When the headset’s LED flashes white light rapidly, it is in pairing mode and searching for a new connection; the LED will cease flashing once a successful connection has been achieved.
- Low battery charge is shown by a solid orange light.
- A fast-blinking orange light indicates that the battery charging is urgent.
- Slowly flashing orange: the headset’s battery is charging
- The headset is cleaning its current pairing information when it rapidly flickers between orange and white.
Utilizing The Xbox Accessories App:
The Xbox Accessories app allows you to change and personalize the audio settings for the Xbox Wireless Headset. On the Xbox X|S or Xbox One console, go to the Settings menu to find the Accessories app: Devices & connections > Device & system settings > Accessories You may download the Accessories app from xbox.com/accessories-app if you don’t already have it on your computer or mobile device.
For the Xbox Wireless Headset to update its settings inside the Accessories app, it must be turned on and linked to your console or smartphone. You might need to scroll left or right to access the headset settings page, depending on how many accessories are currently attached to your console or device. Select Configure to access the headset settings menu when you locate the Headset screen in the Accessories app.