Microsoft Headsets

Microsoft headsets are built to work with Windows-powered machines and enable you to enjoy excellent audio when working, playing, or simply listening to your favourite tunes. Communicate well with colleagues and friends by choosing a Microsoft headset from our inventory below.

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Are Microsoft headsets good?
 

While Microsoft is widely known for its Windows operating system and Microsoft Office apps, it surprises many when they discover that the software giant also manufactures high-quality wired and wireless headsets and other computer accessories. The good news about Microsoft headsets is that you do not have to worry about compatibility issues with Windows desktop PCs or laptops. Plus, Microsoft’s headsets are targeted for specific applications, like office, gaming, and personal on-the-go use. They’re generally comfortable to use and provide excellent performance. Microsoft even collaborates with other well-known audio device manufacturers (e.g. Sennheiser, Jabra, etc.) in making its headsets to ensure superior quality.

 

Which Microsoft headset is best for teleconferencing?
 

We’ve found that the most suitable Microsoft headset for teleconferencing comes from the Microsoft LifeChat product line. Microsoft LifeChat headsets typically have stereo headphones and an adjustable boom microphone with active noise cancellation. They also come in wired and wireless variants. Some models have foldable designs for easy storage and hassle-free use while on the road.

 

Can a Microsoft wireless Xbox headset be used on a PC?
 

Yes, it will work with a PC running Microsoft Windows 10 or newer. An Xbox console uses a Windows-based operating system called OneCore, so this means that Microsoft Xbox headsets are compatible with Windows PCs, notebooks and Surface tablets. It may even work with other computers and mobile devices that use Bluetooth connectivity; however, there’s no guarantee that it will work with no problems if the device has an OS that is not Windows-based.

 

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