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You can use a Bluetooth headset to communicate with other online players on Microsoft's Xbox Live service on your Xbox 360. To get the headset to work with your console, you must first pair the devices together.

Instructions

1. Ensure the battery on the Bluetooth headset is fully charged. The connecting process can take a few minutes.

2.Turn your Bluetooth headset on.

3. Press the connect button on the front of your Xbox 360. It is the small button below the controller ports.

4. Press the connect button on your Bluetooth headset.

How this works:

Microsoft's Wireless Headset: The Xbox 360 Wireless Headset is a wireless headset designed for the Xbox 360 and Xbox Live; it is manufactured by Microsoft. It can be used for in game voice chat, private chat, audio for video chat and in game voice recognition. Up to four wireless headsets can be used simultaneously on a single Xbox 360. The headset fits over either ear and comes with two sizes of removable earloops for a better fit. It uses the same 2.4 GHz wireless technology as the Xbox 360 Wireless Controller, so it will work within 30 feet of the console. It can achieve up to eight hours of battery life per charge, with an AC wall adapter or a USB DC charger for recharging.[2] USB chargers are readily available from mobile phone accessory shops. The headset can be used with or without a controller. The headset also produces various beeps to signal different actions and give messages to the user. The headset is also compatible for use with a PC via the Microsoft Wireless Receiver. Up to 4 wireless headsets and wireless controllers can be used in conjunction at any one time. The number lit up on the headset will correspond to the quadrant lit up on the controller.

Bluetooth Headsets: Most users have heard about Bluetooth, and although this technology was designed originally for a much wider application, it has today become largely for voice transmission (a notable exception to this would be the use of Bluetooth in wireless controllers of latest generation gaming consoles, like the Wii Remote and the DualShock 3). The reason for this general exclusivity is because of the power/range settings of Bluetooth. Bluetooth uses 2.4 GHz RF, similar to WLAN or Wi-Fi; however, by default it is set for a very close proximity usage for power consumption benefits. This deficiency for a longer-range coverage made bluetooth technology un-desirable for data transmission. As nowadays more and more mobile phones come equipped with bluetooth, this technology has become a common wireless profile for wireless mobile phone headsets only.

Both headsets use the 2.4 GHz RF.


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Nine tut keep it up Razz
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Hmmmm will try thanks
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This works with most headsets some do not work because of the frequencies.
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I thought the xbox used 2.4ghz, but are u saying that the Bluetooth frequency can mimic that?
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Yeah a lot of headsets can.
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So far only one of the headsets I tried have not worked.
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