This doesn’t mean there hasn’t been an improvement in the quality of chats, too. Microsoft focused more on isolating the background noise while clearing up the voice with dual beamforming microphones and voice isolation.
Mind you, you can control manually the equalizer, bass, mic sensitivity, and even the brightness of the light on the mic from the companion app.
The headphones should last around 15 hours on battery with half an hour of charging helping the user play for about four hours.
At $99, they’re a steal! But I’ll let you decide this on March 16th, on the official launch day, or right now, if you feel like pre-ordering on Microsoft Store.