All the Xbox One headsets are wireless “to the console” only? (meaning that they are wired via the 3.5mm jack to the controller). Or is any of those totally wireless? (no wires to console nor controller, just bluettoth/whatever from the console). Sorry, it gets confusing, I see at least the first ones are wired to the controller, and it’s not mentioned (or mentioned casually) like taken for granted.
ASTRO Gaming not only makes gaming headsets with high quality sound, but they also have a cool look to them. It’s clear that ASTRO cares what your headset sounds like AND looks like. The is an Xbox One wireless headset that lasts for 6-8 hours. The sound is second-to-none It also works on PS4 and PC. The A50s have Dolby Headphone-enabled 7.1 surround sound with MixAmp controls. They fit great, with a soft yet snug fit. You will need the gamepad-to-headset chat cable on Xbox One, but it’s well worth it for the 7.1 surround sound. There was originally a problem with the headsets when they were first released, as there was an audio cut-out issue. But, it has since been resolved with a firmware update, so there’s no need to worry about what the reviewers say. If you want the highest quality Xbox One headset with 7.1 surround sound, your choice should be the ASTRO Gaming A50s.
As of right now, only Xbox One headsets are compatible with the Xbox One. Microsoft may develop an adapter to let you use Xbox 360 headsets on the console soon.