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- Compatible with Xbox One and Xbox One S. Compatible with Windows 10 via USB or the Xbox Wireless Adapter sold separately.
- Now features a 3.5 millimeter stereo headset jack that lets you plug your favorite gaming headset right into the controller.
- Now the controller can be updated wirelessly instead of needing to connect a USB cable.
- Feel the action with Impulse Triggers. Vibration motors in the triggers provide precise fingertip feedback bringing weapons, crashes, and jolts to life for a whole new level of gaming realism.
- D-pad design is responsive to both sweeping and directional movements.
- Contents: Wireless Controller and AA Batteries (2)
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Plug any compatible headset into the standard 3.5mm stereo headset jack. Works with Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs and Tablets.*
*See our website for headset compatibility details. Wired PC/Tablet use requires USB cable (not included) and drivers available at Xbox website. Wireless PC use requires Xbox Wireless Adapter.
Experience the unique intensity, precision and comfort of the Xbox One Wireless Controller. Impulse Triggers deliver fingertip vibration feedback, so you can feel every jolt and crash in high definition. Responsive thumbsticks and an enhanced D-pad provide greater accuracy. Plug any compatible headset into the standard 3.5mm stereo headset jack. Works with Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs and Tablets.
Top Customer Reviews
Most people know about Xbox one controllers by now so we're talking exclusively about the new features. First off it has wireless over the air updates which is an improvement over the last controller which required a micro usb connection for updates. It's a good feature, but that's more of a technical fix.
Comparing the two controllers, they look identical with the exception of the new port. The most obvious advancement is the addition of the 3.5mm audio port which will let you connect any standard headphones no matter how crazy they look. And there's menu settings for adjusting the sound and chat volume from the controller. So if your headphones don't have a built in volume adjustment, you still have control.
The other feature is improved bumpers. Many gamers complained that the Xbox One bumpers felt good for clicking, but actually holding them down felt difficult due to the pushback. Although they look identical, the pushback has been reduced on these new controllers and you can definitely hear an audible difference.
Testing it out with Sunset Overdrive, it's a great option to be able to have headphones plugged in to my control and it sounds fine. You'll most likely get the best audio over HDMI or optical, but that's not an option for everyone. The bumpers feel better, but it's not exactly game changing. The players who would notice it the most are the ones who probably play shooters competitively, and those players are much more likely to use an Xbox Elite Controller.
The controller is still great so it gets a good rating from me, but as an upgrade for those already own the older model there's really not much of a difference. The bumpers are better, but not paying $60 for an upgrade better. The 3.5mm audio port is handy, but at $60 you could probably just buy a dedicated Xbox USB headset. If you are in the market for a new controller, then definitely pick this one up over the old model. But don't toss out your old controller for this revision. It's also included in newer bundles of the Xbox One, so if you don't even own a console yet you'll most likely get this new controller.
-Audio mixing in settings menu for 3.5mm audio
-Wireless OTA Upgrades
-Included In 1TB Consoles
Straight out of the box, the B button has been sticking!
I've never had a problem with controllers before. My SNES controllers still work like new. My N64 controllers are beat up from 20 years (YEARS!) of playing, as expected. My PS3 controllers are all a few years old and work like new. In a span of 3 months, I have already gone through 3 xbox one controllers and will likely be getting the 4th (and hopefully last) soon. I can not believe the low quality of these controllers. It's beyond frustrating.