Remember the quality of the clip Nelson posted is showing how clear chat audio is as standard, nothing to do with headphone sound quality.
I can say that I asked myself the same question and ended up buying a set of Tritton 720+, wont be able to use them for chat right away for the One but that doesn't bother me. The advantage I could see in a One headset is that it could get the audio from
the controller but I don't know if that's how any of the 3 announced so far do it.
At the end of the day I'd say it would be more convenient to get a headset designed for the One, but if you don't mind on missing out on chat until they release an adapter you could get a headset that gets audio via Optical in now and it would work find
for everything but chat at launch
@Favious I thought they were releasing the adapter on launch day, or very shortly after?
And yeah, I really want a wireless headset if I am gonna purchase an official Xbox One headset. I really don't understand why there are still only 3 headsets announced for the One though? Don't you think Tritton and Astro are probably working on next gen
headsets as we speak?
Well all the Tritton/Astros need is the adapter.. It hasn't been given a date yet. The 3 official headsets come with what's listed as an Adapter but I think it's kinda like the chat cable most 360 headsets have, I could be wrong though
To me it is not really a big deal. I have TB TANGO's. I will wait for an adapter then the firmware or whatever update will be released free of charge allowing wireless bluetooth headset owners to chat about 6 months later. Big buisness baby. In all honesty
why in the hell is their no bluetooth capability? Sh!t it's a no brainer, even as to why xbox360 has not uodated its system to support current bluetooth really annoys and bothers me. That is where micro$oft really disapoints me. They are so unreluctant to
allow other headsets to use the bluetooth capability accept their own. Hey I get it, big buisness. So yeah there we go.