SteelSeries Arctis 9X Wireless Gaming Headset
The arctis 9x is a good headset for value. I had no problems or connection problems when making a direct Bluetooth or WiFi connection to Xbox. I would recommend this headset to other interested parties. The battery life depends on the volume as indicated. The microphone for the 9x is quite clear from the comments I have received from other players. The microphone can also be retracted and extended to decide if you want to use the microphone. When you press the mute button on the headset. There is a red LED on the main microphone unit that indicates that it is currently muted. Sound insulation is excellent for the microphone. You will not receive any background noise information unless you are above a certain high volume level (volume / noise, etc.). The sound quality is good, but I would recommend Dolby Atmos virtual surround sound. Windows Sonic Virtual Surround is fine, but sometimes it seems to be declining, but others might argue. I understand that the total price seems a lot, but I recommend the Arctic 9x.
ASTRO Gaming A50 Wireless
Like Cap in End Game (SPOILERS?), The updated A50 headset is worth it. My puppy recently decided to try my old A40 TR headset and forced my hand (the Corgis are not as innocent as they seem!). I spent the $ 300 terribly after reading many reviews for the reviewed A50 headphones, and I can honestly say that I’m glad I did. On the one hand, upgrading to a wireless headset is very convenient. Example: Last night I played Spiderverse on my second monitor while working on the other one, and I was able to go to the kitchen for a drink without having to stop the movie. In addition, a wireless headphone stand is a space saver that leads to a cleaner and thinner workplace. When it comes to games, the sound is clear, the microphone works exactly as directed and fits comfortably for long periods of time. If this is not in your budget, there is no shame. However, if you can afford this headset, you will not regret it.