Even the best gaming accessories need to be fixed sometimes.
If you’re wondering how to fix Xbox One headset problems, you’ve come to the right spot! We’ve spent a lot of time testing Xbox One headsets, Xbox One Headset adapters, and all the other important accessories that you use to upgrade your audio. If you have a PlayStation, you should also read our guide to the PlayStation Move racing wheel.
Check out the most common issues with headsets on the Xbox One below, and find out how to get your headset to work again, ASAP! Also, before you jump online, you need to take a look at how to connect an xBox one headset easy setup for wired and wireless headphones.
Xbox One Headset Mic Not Working
This is by far one of the most common problems with gaming headsets on the Xbox One console – something goes wrong with the mic and audio channel that you are using to communicate over the headset. First, your audio issues might be a problem with streaming, which is generally a reflection of a poor internet connections. In other words, there may not be anything wrong with your headset. So, always check with your friends and test your connection to make sure that it isn’t a digital one and is in fact a physical, local problem! Then try:
Xbox One Headset Not Picking Up Other Voices
There’s No Sound Through the Xbox One Headset
The Headset Crackles and Cuts Out
Older cables can fray and break internally, creating connection problems.
My Headphones Keep Buzzing
Voices are Too Quiet/Loud
I Can Hear Xbox One Audio Through Headset Only
My Headset Used to Work But Stopped, And I Don’t Know What Changed
I Can’t Chat Through My Kinect and My Mic at the Same Time
The Earcup Materials Has Torn
There’s No Sound/I Can’t Get the Headset to Work
The Headset Has Bad Lag and Latency Problems
The Headset Sometimes Switches Off Or Refuses to Respond
I Have a Very Short Battery Life