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How to Use USB Headset on Xbox One

The Xbox console only connects the headsets that are compatible with its console. The reason behind the thing is that Microsoft uses special communication chips in its consoles and these chips only allow certain USB devices and Xbox accessories, such as controllers.

This tutorial will demonstrate the two efficient methods to use USB headsets on Xbox One console.

How to Use USB Headset on Xbox One

We can apply two methods to use USB headsets on Xbox One consoles, the first one is “connecting compatible USB headsets on Xbox One console”, and the other one is by “connecting non-compatible headsets on Xbox One console”. The step-by-step procedure of both these methods is described below: 

Method 1: Connecting Compatible USB Headset on Xbox One

As Xbox One has three USB ports, the two ports are on the back side and one is on the front side. So, for connecting the compatible USB headsets on the Xbox One console:

Step 1: Plugin the USB cable of the headset into the front USB port of the console.

Step 2: Now wait until the message “Headset Assigned” is displayed on the Xbox screen which means that the headset has been connected to the Xbox One console.

Method 2: Connecting Non- Compatible Headset on Xbox One

If we do not have the Xbox compatible headset then we need to buy a “Xbox One Stereo Headset Adaptor” first. After buying this adaptor, follow the below-stated steps:

Step 1: We need a “3.5mm”  port headset to connect it to the Xbox One console.

Step 2: Connect the 3.5mm headsets to the 3.5 mm jack of the adapter:

Step 3: Plugin the adaptor to the USB port on the front side of the console.

These steps will connect the non-compatible headset on Xbox One console.

Bonus Tip: How to Connect Wireless Headsets on Xbox One Console 

To connect the wireless headsets on Xbox One console, let’s follow the following process:

Step 1: Press the “Power button” on the headsets until they start flashing lights.

Step 2: Press the “Pair button” on the console under the “X” logo:

Step 3: When both devices are connected to each other, they will stop blinking lights and display the message “Headset Assigned” on the screen.

These steps will wirelessly connect headsets to Xbox One console.

Conclusion

We can utilize the USB headsets on Xbox One by two methods, the first one is “connecting compatible USB headset on Xbox One” and “connecting non-compatible headset on Xbox One”. In the first method, simply, plugin the cable of the headsets into the USB port of the Xbox One console. In the second method, utilize the stereo adaptor of Xbox and plugin to the console. This guide has presented two useful methods to connect USB headsets on Xbox One.

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