I’ve always been a fan of XBox 360 headsets.
After getting my first XBox one and looking at the specs, I knew I wanted one too.
I have been wanting to try a headset that is made specifically for the XBox platform for a long time.
I had been waiting for the right one to arrive.
After months of searching, I finally found the perfect headset for me.
After all, if you want to keep gaming as fast as possible, why not build one specifically for your PC?
This is where I came across the XS2.
It’s the most powerful headset I’ve ever owned.
It comes with a pair of Bluetooth headphones, a power cable, a HDMI cable, and a wireless USB port.
The XS1 was also included.
I’ve been a PC gamer since the very beginning.
I’ve played a ton of games on PC and I love the idea of having the same kind of control as I do on a console.
I’m also very familiar with the Xbox controller, which I like because it feels so natural to use.
So, when I saw the X2 headset available, I immediately jumped on board.
The XS3 is a great headset, but I have a lot of questions.
First, is it better than the X1 headset?
Second, does it have better audio?
Third, does the headset work well on a laptop?
Last, and most importantly, do I need a PC to get this headset?
I was skeptical at first because I don’t have one.
But after spending some time playing with it, I can say that it is worth the investment.
Before you buy the XSR2 headset, I highly recommend reading my previous review of the X3 headset, and the X4 headset review.
The headset has a very comfortable fit and is very well built.
The only complaint I have with the X5 headset is that the top portion of the headset has to be held on with a pad to adjust the fit.
I found this difficult to do without a sticky pad.
After purchasing the Xsr2, I had to wait for it to arrive in the mail.
After waiting a week, it finally arrived and I was excited to see how it looked.
I am not the biggest fan of VR headsets, so I wanted to try one that I could really use.
The main problem I had with the headset was that it felt too tight.
My head was too big to fit in the headband and my ears were just not wide enough.
I also couldn’t move the headset in and out of my ears without it rubbing against my face or other parts of my body.
After playing with the VR headset for a bit, I realized that the XSS2 was much better.
The headband fits around my head better and the headset doesn’t feel so tight.
The biggest issue I have was that the headset is very heavy.
It feels like it weighs almost a ton.
It doesn’t bother me when I am playing because it’s not as heavy as the XPS2.
My hands and feet feel very comfortable.
The audio is excellent.
There is a lot going on with the headphones, but the sound is very clear.
I do have one problem.
When I play a game, the headset’s speakers seem to be the only thing that are going on at any given time.
There are always speakers that are on when I’m playing, and I have to adjust to the volume to get through the game without it interfering with my gameplay.
I wish this could be fixed with the right headset, or at least I could try the Xs3 and XS4.
I could also just stick with the Sennheiser HD598s headset.
The headset is comfortable to wear and it’s very easy to adjust.
I love that the ear pads have a built-in button to press if you need to adjust your positioning.
The fit is perfect and I’m very happy with the quality of the material.
The padding is also great.
I was worried that the foam in the headset would be soft, but it’s actually a great comfort.
I have been using this headset for about two months now, and so far I love it.
I would definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a quality headset.
I don, however, think that the $600 price tag will make this headset a great buy for you.
I hope you enjoy the review as much as I have.