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LucidSound To Bring Official Licensed Products To The Xbox One Later This Year


I'm yet to get my hands on a LucidSound Xbox One headset to review for the site sadly, but with gaming TV legend Alex Verrey (Big Boy Barry from many a Gaming show if you're old enough to remember) behind the PR, it's no surprise to learn that the company were recently given an official Microsoft License to begin producing headsets for both the Xbox One & Xbox One S.

LucidSound already have three gaming headsets available, those being the LS30 Wireless Universal Gaming Headset, the LS20 Amplified Universal Gaming Headset and the more recent LS40 Wireless Surround Universal Gaming Headset. The new range of licensed products promise to offer features tailored to the Xbox gamer, with further details on this and future headsets expected later this year.

Now like I said at the start of this post, I'm still yet to actually get my hands on one of these headsets and see the quality that they have seemed to offer to other reviewers out there on the Internet, so I can't talk from a hands-on experience like those have when covering this news. My one worry for these headsets is what price LucidSound will deem any headset they release in the future now they have the license, with previous headsets (when launching at least, not so much now some time has past)  being more at the high-end price, rather than a budget and affordable headset for your average gamer who doesn't have a bucketload of cash to spend on a headset. Time will tell I guess, and with more headsets out there for gamers to choose from, this can only mean companies working harder at bringing us better products.

Check out the current Lucidsound range by clicking here and visiting their website.

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