I'm trying to understand why this is an option on my XBOX 360 and not an option on my XBONE. As a youtuber/twitch livestreamer one of the things my audience wants the most out of my gameplay is the reactions of the other players. At the very least I'm sure they would like to hear the other side of my conversations with friends and what not. While this is totally easy to achieve on XBOX 360 due to the setting in Preferences that allows you to select the audio go to both, it is not a possibility on XBONE unless you want to use the Kinect as a mic. Only then does the chat audio go to the TV. I have a room full of electronics that i like to keep cool with a fairly loud A/C unit and so the background noise is not bearable while using the Kinect. So I guess i'm making this post in hopes that someone at Microsoft will see it and consider bringing back this feature. 1. XBOX 360 did it for years. 2. The XBONE does do this but only when Kinect is on as a mic, so it is possible that the console can do this.
In closing and to clarify I would like to see the feature of chat audio being able to be played through the TV and Headset at the same time.