Reddit reviews: The best xbox one accessories

We found 2,275 Reddit comments discussing the best xbox one accessories. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 467 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Xbox One Accessories:

u/WATCH_DOGS_SUCKS · 6 pointsr/simracing

What system you play on is beside the point. Let's see what we can plan out for you.

I'm basing this off of your other comment's projected budget, $500 - $1000.


First and foremost, your wheel and pedals. Whether you start with your cockpit/wheelstand or wheel is mostly up to preference, but I'd start with a wheel first, since a wheel clamped to a desk with pedals on a floor is the minimum of simracing, whilst a rig with no wheel is just a glorified gaming seat. Plus, what you get first sets the budget of what comes after it, and I wouldn't prioritize an expensive rig over a good wheel.

Anyway, where you go from here pretty much depends on how much you're looking to spend. If your budget is $500 - $1000 and you're looking to get a whole setup going, I'd keep the wheel+pedal spending to $500 or less. This will leave you with a decent amount of wiggle room for rigs and accessories. All of the suggested wheels are compatible with Xbox One.


Wheels and Pedals

  • Thrustmaster TMX

    A budget wheel if there ever was one. It's by no means a bad wheel, for $200. It has reasonably strong FFB and similar build to its more expensive counterpart, the TX. Though with a brushed motor and belt-gear hybrid system, it's not as strong nor as smooth as the TX. As someone who's tried its PlayStation counterpart (the T150, basically the same base with a slightly different rim), I'd say it's 75% the quality for 50% the price. If you're on a strict budget and know you'll be on one for a while, it's a pretty good deal.

    ^(NOTE: As of writing this, it's currently on sale for $160!)

  • Thrustmaster TMX Pro

    If you're planning to drive with an H-gate shifter in the future, then this version of the TMX is a good deal. Instead of the standard 2-pedal Thrustmaster set, it comes with Thrustmater's T3PA Pedals. On top of getting a clutch pedal, it includes a conical brake mod, designed to give more tension to your brake pedal and allow you to better control braking. Plus, in just about any wheel-supported Xbox One game you can map the brake to the clutch and put the conical brake mod behind it, giving your legs more room if you're not using an H-gate shifter. Though if you know you never want to use an H-gate, it might be better value to just get the standard TMX and use a DIY solution for modding the brake.

  • Thrustmaster TX

    In case you're wondering, yes, it comes with Ferrari branding as standard. Anyway, this is arguably the best bang-for-your-buck. TX TX's rim is interchangeable, so if you're not a fan of the stock one, you can replace it with another Thrustmaster rim of your choosing. On top of that, its belt-driven FFB system is a bit stronger and considerably smoother than the TMX, not to mention that it's hard mountable (is able to be screwed-in to a rig instead of needing a clamp). While some get the TMX as a starter wheel and upgrade later, this wheel is often people's one-stop for sim racing, since it's just that good.

    ^(NOTE: You really picked the best time to get into sim racing, this wheel is only $257 as of writing this! $400 is a decent price for this wheel but the current price is an absolute steal.)

  • Thrustmaster TX Leather Edition

    Similarly to the TMX, this is Thrustmaster's step-up version of the wheel; not only does it include a special black version of the T3PA pedals, it also includes a much better rim. While its style is more akin to the TMX, its rim is made from a metal frame, making it feel more solid than the TMX and standard TX plastic rims, and is wrapped in a nice leather instead of rubber. For only $67 more than the standard TX, it's a significant savings over buying the parts separately.

  • Fanatec CSL Elite

    This is the premium class of wheels, for the most part. Fanatec's hardware is generally only built from the best of materials and offer some of the best performance, along with being open to Fanatec's wider, more advanced selection of parts and accessories. However, unlike most wheel bases, this is only the wheel base, no rim or pedals included. If you want Fanatec's base CSL offerings for a rim and pedals, the price jumps to about $470, the same price as the TX, but that's only with two pedals. If you want their 3-pedal base instead, the price jumps up to $590, and if you want a GT style rim instead, you're already over $600 with the 2-pedal set, $700 with the 3-pedal set. Fanatec's gear is top-quality, but it comes at a price. Is the bit of extra quality worth the prices that the parts quickly add up to? That's subjective. At the very least, I wouldn't recommend Fanatec Gear if you're on a budget, but maybe consider it for the future.


    Rigs and More

    There are some Xbox One wheels for you to consider. I hope my explanations made sense, I wanted to make sure to convey the different aspects of each wheel so you could better make a decision.

    If you want my personal recommendation though, I'd say the TX, especially since it's on sale. $250 for that base is a great price, it's a near-perfect balance of budget with performance.

    Next on the list, a rig. If we're assuming that you're willing to reach towards the upper-end of your budget, then continuing here after you get your wheel is a no-brainer. Having a dedicated place to secure your wheel and mount your pedals makes for a far better experience than sitting at a table, especially if you're playing in front of a TV.

    Keep in mind that there are two types of rigs, wheel stands and cockpits. Wheelstands are only meant to mount your wheel and pedals, where you sit is up to you. They're designed to be foldable and easy to carry, making them perfect for playing in front of the living room TV or using in a small apartment. Dedicated cockpits take things to the next level, securing your seat to the wheel and pedals means that you won't have to worry about anything sliding around, and makes things more comfortable overall.

    As much as I want to continue though, there are many, many great options to choose from and reddit has a length limit on comments. For more information on building your rig, you can check out the r/Simracing Buyer's Guide in the wiki. It includes everything wheels and rigs to accessories and monitor mounts.

    Cheers, and let me know if you have any questions.
u/ImGaz · 3 pointsr/xboxone

Here's a list with some points both negative and positive about the games that i have so far on my Xbox One and if I'd suggest them or not. Also, look into picking up the Performance Designed Products Charging Station it looks great and is pretty convenient.

Forza 5 - Suggest


  • Awesome customization

  • Most enjoyable local multiplayer out of all the Xbox One games that I own

  • The whole unlocking vehicles thing you see in games nowadays is easily overcome with the ability to rent a car (its free but you don't receive any credits while using it)


  • The Forza tip/help messages are almost everywhere and can't be passed without listening to it completely

    Titanfall - Cautiously Suggest


  • Fun, fast paced shooter

  • To me it feels like it's what COD should have evolved into


  • It feels like it lacks alot of things that should have been put into the game for a strictly multiplayer game (because of this you can get tired of the game fairly quick)

    Dead Rising 3 - Cautiously Suggest


  • Awesome game for mindless shooting and silly fun

  • The customization is fairly good

  • The Physco's are funny awesome to fight


  • A big piss off is that you have to beat the game in a certain amount of time like the last games

  • The missions are very repetative and they can become more of a burden than something fun

    Assassins Creed 4 - Suggest


  • Beautiful game

  • As entertaining as the last few games (good fun)

  • Boarding ships is quite satisfying


  • The whole animus scheme in the story is something i don't really enjoy

  • The AI are sometimes dumb and it can ruin the experience

    Fifa 14 - Do not Suggest


  • Its fun to play local multiplayer


  • Is fairly repetitive in my opinion and I lost interest in single player quickly

  • Probably my least played game on the console

    PvZ Garden Warfare - Must Buy


  • Saw this game in store for the first time and laughed at how stupid it must be, Oh how wrong I was! Its incredibly fun and replayable

  • Awesome customization

  • Great stress free game for when you just want to relax

  • The free dlc was an awesome surprise


  • The local multiplayer is pretty poop
u/glm3141 · 3 pointsr/simracing

it's a matter of price in the end, but here's my ramblings.

The Logitech path sets you back $300 for a complete set.


However, there's no upgrade path from there, and if you decide to eventually upgrade to another wheel, you'll need an adapter for both the pedals and the shifter. Additionally, the FFB is not as good as the T300RS or equivalent systems and the shifter is worse than the TH8A, and is 6+R, not 7+R.

The Thrustmaster equivalent would be a T300RS or TX System (they are apparently equivalent).
Including the Shifter, it sets you back about $550.


Comparing to the Logitech, the FFB is better. From what I've heard, the pedals are similar in quality.

I've used the G27 shifter and I own the TH8A and the thrustmaster is quite a bit better, and can be put in sequential mode as well. Additionally, it can be used as an analogue handbrake, which is pretty cool for the price. The shifter can also be connected by USB, so that's a component you'd be able to keep should you decide to upgrade in the future.

Also, Thrustmaster makes a variety of bases, some more high-end than what you're looking at, so you'd have an upgrade path without switching manufacturers and having to find a solution for pedals.

As for the TMX Pro, the wheel + the T3pa pedals + the shifter cost around $415. (look at the proposed sets)


However, I would not buy the T3pa's separately. If you buy separate pedals, I'd go for the Fanatec CSL Elite Pedals with the Loadcell Brake. They are more expensive, but a lot better and have USB connectivity, should you switch manufacturers in the future.


I hope I've not confused you too much.

In conclusion:

-> Ok Force Feedback, Ok Pedals, Meh Shifter $300 | No Upgrade Path

T300 (VG TX) incl T3pa + TH8A
-> Good Force Feedback, Ok Pedals, Good Shifter $550 | Upgrade Path for Wheel base/Rims

TMX Pro + Fanatec CSL Elite LC + TH8A ->
Ok Force Feedback, Great Pedals, Good Shifter $550 | Upgrade Path unlimited, all separately connected via USB.

All that said, it depends a lot on how serious you want to get. If you already know that you're not going to go full sim-racing, the Logitech is going to be plenty good enough for you.

However, if you want to start sim-racing seriously, and are looking at games such as iRacing, RaceRoom, rFactor, pCars, Assetto Corsa and the like, good pedals make you quicker than good wheels

u/Conejitobrincasalta · 3 pointsr/Rockband

Hey there! I think I can help answer most of these questions. However, if someone else knows more about me or sees I said something that's not true, please feel free to correct me!


Ok so,


  1. Consoles: If you get an xbox one, you'll be able to use the xbox 360 instruments (IF and only IF they are Wireless) to play Rock Band 4. You will need one of these to be able to connect them to the xbox one. Also, If you've ever purchased any sort of song DLC through xbox, most likely you'll be able to transfer it over to RB4.


  1. Song Exports: You mentioned RB1. Unfortunately, the export option for RB1 to RB4 (and RB2, RBLego, RBBeatles and RBBlitz) was only available for 5 years, this option has now ended and it's unavailable. There are some songs from RB1 and 2 that you can purchase on the store as DLC, but they are individual songs. The good news is, you CAN get a used copy of RB3, play it on your xbox 360 (unsure of how much/how long), and then on your XB1 you'll have the option on the store to export 83 songs out of RB3 for $15 which is a very good deal.


  2. Instruments: Like I mentioned before, if you have WIRELESS xbox 360 instruments, you should be able to use them no problem. I myself use a RB1 wireless guitar, a Guitar Hero World Tour wireless guitar, a RB2 wireless drumset, and the RB1 USB microphone (that one connects straight to the XB1 no problem).


    In Conclusion: Since you only have xbox 360 wired instruments, I think your best option (regarding getting "up to date") is to get and play RB3 on your xbox 360. People here in this subreddit have said that RB3 is the best out of all the RB's. It also has a keyboard instrument which is not available in any other game. Unfortunately, I got rid of my X360 and so my only option was to get RB4, but you can still use your console and play a good game! Also, most of the DLC out right now also works on RB3 (Someone correct me if I'm mistaken!) ***Look at EDIT***

    Also, if you have the xbox 360, you only have to switch disks and you'll have access to way more music games and songs exclusive to the games (RB1, 2, and 3, Guitar hero 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 etc., World Tour, RB Beatles, you get the idea.)


    Well, hope that helps! If you have any other questions, let me know!


    Edit: DLC info has been explained in this post's reply!
u/HairyIGorilla · 1 pointr/halo

The headset that comes with the console is good enough to communicate with people, but if you can afford to or you have some room on your Christmas gift list, even consider the Xbox One Stereo Headset. For their price, they are fantastic. Audio is nice and clear with a pretty decent frequency range and the voice chat is super easy to balance with the game volume. It also comes with the adapter that lets you plug any headphones into your controller and use them which is about $20 by itself anyway. So the one you get is fine to use and you will be able to chat fine, but if you talk a whole lot and want something cost effective but still very good, I would suggest having a bit more of a look into that headset :)

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. gray item. because who doesn't need to keep a pack of Gatorade strapped to your back! [on wishlist]http://www.amazon.com/Sports-Trailrunner-Hydration-Backpack-Bladder/dp/B006JYHFJA/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pd_nS_nC?ie=UTF8&colid=2NVQK9OBQEJK9&coliid=I2WYDQ9W75X9MC

    2)its cheep and it will help you sleep, I think its pretty awesome! I love sleeping with the rain!

    3)these are soo freaking awesome! little tablets that change your taste buds! I got them once and was able to eat a whole lemon and it tasted sweet and just like lemon aid! really cool experience!

  2. this is for my dad because he is really into with the number pi right now. [on wishlist]

  3. my girlfriend wants to read it! [on wishlist]

    6)cheep and good looking!!

    7)come on, if you had an iphone you know you would want it.

  4. i thought this would be awesomely cool and make my room real awesome looking! control the lighting from your phone!!! [on wishlist]

  5. because it is very well done! [on wishlist]

  6. well its a Katana and its a silent kill and wont attract more zombies! [on wishlist]

  7. from what I've heard this book has some great philosophy in it, and its by the man that holds my favorite quote. “Today is victory over yourself of yesterday; tomorrow is your victory over lesser men.”
    ― Miyamoto Musashi

  8. i hate using batteries so this is a must! [on wishlist]

  9. Im a big zombie fan and i am supper hype for this game!! [on wishlist]

  10. put your bread in this!!! http://www.amazon.com/Electrolux-ELECTRIC-Laundry-Pedestals-EIFLS60LSS_EIMED60LSS_EPWD15SS/dp/B008BVX4QC/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1376280622&sr=8-9&keywords=washer

  11. the evil tron! perfect for spooky pranks! [on wishlist]

  12. Sex Panther. 60% of the time, it works every time

  13. id consider this a toy, though I'm not sure how they would feel about it at work! [on wishlist]

  14. having this Pen is like having a second brain!

  15. i LOVE one piece and i just started watching it again after a long break! [on wishlist]

  16. its a shirt that lights up when you are near a wifi source!! Its so awesome! [on wishlist]

    Made in Oregon!!

    Fear cuts deeper than swords.

    (Sorry that the links are not compressed idk how to do it, and I'm on mobile =\ hope its not a problem)
    Thanks for the Awesome Contest!!!

    Edit: Updated!
    2nd Edit: #18
u/pureracingevolution · 3 pointsr/Games

They wiped out all support for previous 360 XID wheels, which is ridiculous. And they don't seem to be planning on making a new entry-level type wheel, like your official 360 one.

There are only two Xbox One supported wheels at the moment, the Thrustmaster and Madcatz (sorry for it being a link to Kotaku, but it is a good basic run down, with people talking about Microsoft's decision to stop supporting 360 wheels in the comments).

They're both $400 USD. I honestly couldn't tell you how good they are myself, but I'd imagine you'd be able to use the pedals, since the official 360 wheel's pedals were dogshit, these are more like just poop - useable (but no clutch pedal still).

But the Madcatz does have a lap base fitting you can use, and it is wireless. The Thrustmaster's more bulky and isn't wireless, would definitely need to be used on something solid like a desk or a rig.

So the tradeoff is that the Madcatz is more plasticy but more portable, tuneable, and comfortable to use (arguably). Then the TM is more solid, compatible with PC, and is sure to last on the outboard hardware side of things (TM's history with its internals breaking is a different story)

Here's an in-depth review of the Madcatz: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kyHwH5zCOk

And the TM:

There should be more wheels coming down the line in the future, but I'm pretty sure it'll be no less than $300. I don't know why these companies seem to think there's no market for a solid entry-level wheel ~$150. People would eat it up.

Oh wow, as I was finishing up this post, I checked prices for the two wheels online and found a new wheel that's coming out October 15th, a "Hori wheel" that's $90, check it out:

Seems like it'll be what you'll want if you don't mind the lack of FFB.

Also, the TM wheel is only $324 USD on Amazon at the moment:

u/thatwontdopig · 14 pointsr/simracing

|What games/sims are the most life like?

  • iracing
  • rfactor 2
  • assetto corsa
  • game stock car 2013/extreme

    All of the above games are more or less the most popular games with the best physics. They all have their up and downsides. They are all miles ahead of any codemasters f1 game or forza. They also all offer the ability to drive open-wheel cars, although some games require mods or dlc to do so.

    | What wheels are the best?

    If you want a good xbox one compatible wheel then you're basically looking at the Thrustmaster TX. It has a really good belt driven system and has a detachable rim. The downside is you need to buy a separate set of pedals and shifter if you want to drive manual. If you want something less expensive, the best bang for your buck IMO is the Logitech G27, but it is PC/PS3 only.

    |How much cost is associated with sim racing?

    Well essentially you need a wheel and a game. A good wheel will set you back anywhere between $200-$700, and most games are between $20-$60.

    If you want participate in competitive online racing, you are basically going to have to go with iracing. They have by far the best multiplayer. However, you have to pay a subscription fee and must buy most of the tracks/cars separately. This is where cost can get out of hand.

    I have a lot of fun with a pretty basic setup, however the sky is the limit as far as spending goes. But no matter how much you do end up spending, it will be a fraction of the cost of a trackday weekend.
u/liquidsnakex · 2 pointsr/playstation

For start, turn off any and all forms of auto-aiming where possible, as it's inconsistent in different games and really only helps if you're very casual and have blocks for hands. Start your aiming sensitivity on a lowish setting, then increase it by a notch every few games until you're at the highest one you can comfortably snipe with.

Also do yourself a favour and get yourself a pair of Xbone analogue stick caps and put them in your DualShock 4. It's very cheap and easy to do, sticks and instructions here:

Say what you will about Microsoft, but they understand gamepad ergonomics far better than Sony do... the reason that the left stick is high on their controllers is because that's a more natural resting position for your thumb that causes less strain when pressing the stick forward for long periods of time, which is what you're doing in most games, most of the time. Getting Xbone caps won't give you that but it will give you the other smart little touches they added.

Look at this photo and note the differences between those sticks and the default ones:

Concaves: it's harder to pull something than to push it, and pulling something without a proper grip is even harder again. You get a proper grip by applying force perpendicular to the object you're pulling, not sliding parallel against the sides. The convex stick tops that Sony uses ensures that there's always a degree of sliding against it, which is obviously not as effective as getting a proper hold into a concave like you can in the Xbone sticks.

Ledge: there's also a hard "ledge" at the outer edge of the concave that makes sure your finger doesn't slip off the stick, as opposed to the soft bump that allows more slippage on Sony's sticks.

Textured edges: these are there to ensure that you have as much grip as possible while moving he stick up and down, as your thumb doesn't push/pull from directly below or above the stick, but off to the side at an angle. While Sony's sticks have a texture too, the softer blunt bumps found on it will never allow as much grip as the harder sharp texture on MS's sticks.

You're probably thinking these are tiny things that won't make a difference to your aiming, but in terms of ergonomics, those little things all work together to make a pretty big difference. Try the yoga mission in GTA V with both sets of sticks and it'll become very obvious which ones allow a better, more precise grip.

u/elcanadiano · 3 pointsr/Rockband

With respect to Xbox 360 instruments working on the Xbox One, you are thinking of the Mad Catz Legacy Game Adapter. You can get one here.


Rock Band 4 (physical game disc) for the Xbox One previously came with said adapter but the original Rock Band 4 Band in the Box bundle for the Xbox One did not.

Nowadays, it is wise, as you said to buy Rock Band Rivals. That is an expansion to Rock Band 4 which contains a Rivals competitive mode and Rockudrama, a VH1-like storytelling career mode (separate from the existing Tour Mode already in Rock Band 4). You can purchase a digital copy of Rock Band 4 along with the Rivals expansion on the Xbox store (IIRC $60), or you can purchase different Rock Band Rivals bundles, including one with just a guitar and the game (along with the expansion) or one with a microphone, drum set, and the game (along with the expansion).

u/SgtMustang · 2 pointsr/iRacing

Logitech MOMO and DFGT are at or slightly below this price range, but they're two good ones. I've used a MOMO for close to a decade now and it's been a solid wheel. DFGT is superior to the MOMO in most ways except the MOMO has actual paddles instead of just buttons, if that's a big deal for you. DFGT is like 2x the cost of a MOMO though.

If you can save up another $100-$150, or wait for a sale, you could get a Thrustmaster TX or T300RS. They share the same base, and it's one of the best on the market (TX's wheel isn't the best, but it can be replaced). It's miles ahead of all the Logitech wheels (G27,Momo,DFGT) because it's a servomotor with a belt. Logitech wheels are geared which makes the FFB less precise, weaker, and gives them a "notchy" feeling.

IMO if you're looking for a low-cost wheel to test the waters or are new to racing, get a MOMO cause they're very cheap (~$80-$90, vs $150 for a DFGT) and good enough. The MOMO's low steering lock actually makes it well suited for F1 and other open wheel racing. If you are still playing a lot after a year or whatever, put the money you saved on getting the MOMO cheaply into getting a TX/T300RS.

u/The_Salmon_Suit · 1 pointr/xboxone
  1. I'm not sure about Spark, but I'm pretty sure Neverwinter is online only
  2. The controllers are not rechargeable, however you can power them with a micro usb cable. (Android charger) Also several reasonable options for rechargeable battery packs on Amazon. Here is the one my friends and I use.
  3. Mainly playing games online, lots of deals and free games.
  4. If you want to play all the Halos again, definitely get it.
  5. It will be digital.

    I'm sure people can add to this. Hope it helps!
u/SuiXi3D · 1 pointr/xboxone

Regarding the headset, if you have the money, I'd suggest the Turtle Beach Ear Force XO Seven.

>I've got a pair myself and it's absolutely the coolest thing I have for my Xbox One. See, the Xbox One will actually send game audio over the wireless controller. This means that you can turn off or mute your sound system and only use the headset for both chat and game audio. It's been incredibly handy for me when I want to play a game, but my wife is asleep. Even better is that I can watch Netflix or YouTube the same way. The adapter it comes with has buttons that allow you to turn down the game audio relative to chat volume as well, so if your game audio is overbearing or you only want to use the headset for chat, you can.

>Now, there is a cheaper version of the XO Seven called the XO Four. It runs about eighty bucks, but it doesn't have a noise cancelling mic. Depending on how loud your sound system is, this may or may not be a big deal for you. Regardless of which one you choose, they both come with the stereo headset adapter so everything you need is included.

>You will probably have to update your controller's firmware before you use it, though. It's easy, and the instructions for doing so are included with the headset. Just make sure you've got a micro USB cable handy.

I'd also suggest the Nyko Charge Base for Xbox One.

> Nothing beats rechargeable batteries. Having a place to keep your controller and charge it is just awesome. I've had mine since the Xbox One was released and I've never once had any issues or even had to bother charging my controller in the middle of a play session. It's great to be able to set the controller in the charging dock when you aren't using it and have a fully-charged battery the next time you use it.

u/technifocal · 1 pointr/reddeadredemption2

>Googles own website where you go to preorder the console. It was the first link when I googled Google Stadia so it should be easy to find.

>If their list of "games available on the platform" includes games that wont be available for over a year... as well as some that have no estimated release date what so ever... well, that's enough for me to consider it an untrustworthy practice, but I suppose individual opinions may vary.

Agree to disagree on that. Any platform will show games available down the line, Steam, PSN Store or Microsoft Store. I don't think advertising games that aren't available instantly is a negative.

>If I understand the service... it's just streaming the games from another device.


>It's a safe assumption it has a USB dongle that connects it to the computer. It would cost then pennies on the dollar to add an male HDMI cable to the dongle. This is literally all a chromecast is outside its OS.

I'm confused what you mean, you do realise that the preorder is just a controller + a chromecast ultra, right? There's no "USB dongle"?

>Prior streaming services like this were able to connect to the TV and were sold explicitly for this purpose. Unfortunately they were all short lived as streaming even videos at the time was demanding and the latency for games was unacceptable...

To be fair, I'm really enjoying this new streaming tech and I've played tens of hours of CS:GO comp/Overwatch/Ubisoft games via Parsec/GEForce Now/etc..., while none have been perfect they are all perfectly acceptable. My main issue with GeForce now is that it seems to be capped at 60FPS and often goes all blurry. Latency has been nothing but perfect though.

>It's hard to view this as anything other than google removing a vital feature so they have an excuse to sell more chromecast.

What do you mean "remove a vital feature"? What feature are they removing?

>No word was given on their site whether a subscription was needed or not for multiplayer connectivity.

No subscription needed for playing multiplayer, source

>It's not even clear if its cross platform or if I'd be stuck playing Borderlands with other Stadia owners exclusively.

Cross-platform is at the developer's choice, source:

"Are you going to have cross-platform play?
We're committed to developing an accessible and welcoming environment for all gamers and plan on working with top-tier devs, which include those who want to enable cross-platform play."

>How do you hold the phone screen and controller at the same time on a public train? If you just rest the phone on your lap or an empty seat you're just begging to get your stuff swiped in any major city.

I live in London, but ultimately:

  1. National rail trains have tables, which I often leave my phone on to watch YouTube/Netflix.
  2. Tube doesn't have any internet connectivity in between stations, so I wouldn't be able to play there
  3. I've been umming and ahhing about getting one of these, depending on how well Stadia/Shadow works.

    >Google in confident in all their products, whether they half ass it or go 210% in... up until the second they abandon them.

    Fair enough.
u/Ruskayazaraza · 1 pointr/simracing

> Yea heres a link to the TX if youre reusing your pedals.
> http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00ENFVS5Y/ref=sr_1_2_twi_1_olp?ie=UTF8&qid=1417568963&sr=8-2&keywords=TH8A
> Amazon warehouse is also a pretty good deal to get an item from amazon. They have one listed for 245 right now. Or 290 new.
> something to consider :)

Yea heres a link to the TX if youre reusing your pedals.
Amazon warehouse is also a pretty good deal to get an item from amazon. They have one listed for 245 right now. Or 290 new.
something to consider :)

u/emdave · 2 pointsr/xboxone

Any Xbox compatible 3.5mm Jack headset can be used with the official Xbox One Stereo Headset Adapter. They are about £16 ($20?) on Amazon (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Official-Xbox-Stereo-Headset-Adapter/dp/B00I41H7US/). This plugs into the rectangular port on the bottom of the controller, and gives you mute, chat / game balance, and volume up / down buttons. It's very simple to use, and gives you full control over the volume balance for game and chat.

You can also get aftermarket pads from PDP, which have a 3.5mm socket for any Xbox compatible headset with a 3.5mm Jack, and they have a special dedicated button by the right thumb stick, which when double tapped, mutes the mic, and when held down, turns the D-Pad into a volume up / down and chat / game balance control.

This is what I use, and it is so easy to adjust game and chat volume on the fly, I'm actually surprised MS don't do something similar - it's such an intuitive way of doing it. One thing though, is that I don't know whether PDP do a wireless pad with this feature, (I'd have to google it) as the ones I've seen on Amazon are wired (as is mine). They are only about £35 / $40 or less though, and the cable means the controller is light, and never runs out of battery! :D

Edit - Had a look and can't find a wireless version, but this is the one I have, and I am very pleased with it, cable is nice and long, and fits securely. It feels a bit different to a regular controller, some things better, some things worse. The home button is much easier to use, but the triggers are flatter. Buy from Amazon with free delivery and try it? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Afterglow-Prismatic-Wired-Controller-Xbox-x/dp/B00ZJRHSRW/

u/smudi · 2 pointsr/simracing

Ahh nice. You should be able to get a pretty decent upgrade.

Thrustmaster is probably what you are going to want to be on the lookout for, since they have some nice stuff in the $3-400 range when it goes on sale. The other option would generally be a Logitech G29 or G920, but while being solid, arent really worth more than $200. The Thrustmaster stuff will be better overall.

To that note, check out this link at Amazon. This was the sale I mentioned above, although it is out of stock right now. It was a bundle of Pedals (roughly $100 if bought separately), a Shifter (roughly $130), the wheel base (roughly $200+), and a wheel rim (roughly $150) for ~$475. If you have heard the term insta-buy, this was it. I would check this every day or two to see if it comes back in stock.

Around BF, Thrustmaster will usually have a variety of deals on the T300. There are a variety of wheel rims it might come with, or a variety of pedals. I would highly recommend getting the pedal set with 3 pedals (clutch, brake, and throttle). The 2 pedal set (brake, throttle) is really low quality and just cheap plastic.

Few bundles include the shifter, so dont go out of your way looking for everything I mentioned in the bundle above. For a TM bundle, it will include the pedals, wheel, and rim for ~$3-400 depending on what exactly is included. The bundle above included a different rim than what normally comes with the wheel base, so it's up to you to figure out what you would be most interested in.

To give you an idea, this might be a good bundle that you might be interested in. Might be under $400 for BF. The bundle I listed above comes with a Ferrari branded rim while this is just a generic TM rim made with leather. Still high quality though and still better than the normal rim is usually sold.

This sort of stuff goes on sale at Amazon every so often, so keep an eye out before BF too.

u/Robot_ninja_pirate · -1 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Why does linus act like PC gamers can't game causally?

its really easy for any one interested:

  1. buy a PC for the cost of a current gen console
    using tools like;

    PCpartpicker,logical Increments,/r/buildapc,/r/buildapcsales if you need help building consult; Carey Holzman,NZXT's guide or /r/buildapc

  2. pick your OS:

    Either; Windows 7/8.1 or linux/Steam OS or for advanced users hackintosh with OSX or Windows 10 preview.

    for a smooth console like UI use big picture mode in steam or Steam OS for Linux

  3. Pick for Favorite method of control:

    The keyboard/mouse,Xbox one and Xbox 360 all have native support for advance user the PS4/PS3 controllers will need rebinding software.

  4. Find some causal games you enjoy

    bonus Find some Roms and boot up an emulator to play all the classics' of your childhood

    Edit: words
u/HarryPotterRevisited · 2 pointsr/Rockband

Talking about rock band 4 or older games? And for which console? $500 for a band in a box is a shit load of money for something that was available for 100€ just a few months ago on amazon.de. That was the rock band 4 band kit for xbox one, the playstation ones have been hard to find for a while now.

Anyway, they aren't making anymore of those instruments and no official announcement has been made on the matter. Basically you probably won't find new instruments or band kits anywhere for a price that isn't ridiculous. Even the simple dongle that makes you able to play RB4 with real drums that was $10 on US amazon just 6 months ago goes for 200€ on ebay and I've seen people actually buy them. It doesn't look good for rock band if it goes on like this.

My tip would be, IF you are on the xbox one, to go for the legacy adapter(postage was $10 to finland so pretty affordable) and try to score any used wireless guitar hero or rock band guitar from local marketplaces or second hand stores if they are a thing in your country. I suggest guitar hero guitars and any wireless rock band drum kit, a guitar hero drumkit will work too but I guess its not ideal for the 4 lane notes. This way with a bit of good luck you could get everything you need for under $100 + the older drums are actually better, new ones have a lot issues with double hits.

If you're on ps4, the same thing but you'll have to do a bit of research since I don't know that much about them, but I do know ps3 guitars and drums will work with ps4 too. All i know that ps3 guitars have a terrible input lag, atleast the 2 guitar hero les pauls I own.

Oh, and basically any older rock band or guitar hero usb mic will work on both consoles as well for vocals

u/funkydunkleman · 6 pointsr/Rockband


and for those interested, pay attention to the amazon warehouse deals for this. this is their most popular e-kit, so a lot of them show up as used, with various issues, but mostly cosmetic ones.

the kit I ordered was $240 and listed as 'good' condition. they claimed the kit would have multiple minor blemishes, but outside of the box having a few dents, the kit appeared to be in pristine condition. (but ymmv)

it may seem like a good jump from the roughly $140 you'd pay for the stock kit with cymbals, but you end up getting a fully customizable kit you can setup in whatever way you want, and you have something that is actually build to be beat on.

also remember you'll need to buy the madcatz midi pro adapter (~$25) to get this working, and xbox users need to get the upcoming pdp adapter to get it to work with rb4. ($30) since I saved $60 on the set like I mentioned above, this sort of made the adapters free.

EDIT: amazon has a musical instrument promotion right now. MISAVE10 gets you 10% off this kit. not sure how long it'll last.

u/rossagessausage · 1 pointr/xboxone

Great deal on this headset right now that matches your price point! :)


I bought the XB1 play and charge kit - well worth the money. Comes with a rechargable battery pack and a micro usb cable for charging (which also fits a phone so you can charge it on the XB1 if you desire). Regarding the Kinect, I love mine and use it all the time. I highly recommend you try it. Nothing quite like controlling your media/tv with your voice. I walk into the house and simply say "Xbox on" and my whole setup lights up - I can change channels/music while cleaning too which is boss. Welcome to the club!!!

u/Modna · 5 pointsr/simracing


That's the guy I am using right now. I literally bought it because I wanted to do FFB with FM6 and try out iRacing. I tried FM6 for a few hours and just couldn't get the feel down. The way it feels when your back end starts to lose it is just so wrong it makes it super difficult for me to handle. After that I bought Project Cars on PC and wow, it was a huge different. PC isn't a proper sim, but the FFB is great fun. iRacing is simply amazing.

Possibly part of the problem is I started doing weekly races at CXC Simulations in Los Angeles, and their iRacing setups are unbelieveably amazing.

u/chrisGNR · 2 pointsr/xboxone

I highly, highly recommend HyperX Pros. They are super comfortable for long gaming sessions (I've had problems with similarly-priced Turtle Beach and MS cans in the past). Also, the faux leather pads feel great. I switched them out for the foam ones a few months back so I can hear my girlfriend when she's in the room. Haha! Also, they're "cooler" for summer weather.

I do have to say, though, you'll probably want to cop a Turtle Beach adapter if you go with Hyper X, which will up the total cost considerably. The Turtle Beach comes with mic. monitoring. I can't even remember if Hyper X monitoring is supported through the Xbox dash. But they don't come with an adapter. I like having the controls right there in my hands versus the dash. And TB mic monitoring is much better.


u/ItsKnots · 2 pointsr/cemu

I have an elite controller as well and I just use the mouse. That said, probably the best option would be to configure cemuHook to use an android phone for gyro controls and then buy one of those Xbox controller phone clip things to attach the phone to the controller. Here's an example:


I have no idea if any of the Xbox one phone clips for sale on amazon and eBay actually work for the Elite controller either (might interfere with the paddles), and I've also heard some of them scratch controllers because of the way the friction fit works for em. Just something to keep in mind since I'm sure you don't want to scratch your $150 controller.

In the future, I hope we see wii remote support. Then we just have to get creative about how to attach the wii remote to the xbox one controller. Perhaps like this?


Or maybe a 3D printed clip? Just some thoughts. I've already done 116 shrines on Cemu on BotW so I don't see myself ever trying any of this myself. Maybe. I kind of want gyro bow controls, or maybe another wii u game that requires the gyro will catch my interest.

u/ckrad · 2 pointsr/bose

Do you have the Xbox One already? If you buy it brand new, the controller will have the 3.5mm socket already, but for some reason it doesn't like the QC35's and you have to plug it in really, really slowly (it's best to have some audio playing like a title screen of a game so you can hear the music pop in) but if you want to save that trouble here is the Stereo Adaptor and here is the QC25 Android Cable i purchased, i can assure you that it works. and yes the microphone works too.

u/clonked · 1 pointr/xboxone

Are you using your TV speakers? I recall in the recommended setup / positioning for the kinect they recommend not placing it directly in front of your speakers, which your picture seems to imply. It also looks like it is at or under the minimum recommended height from your floor. I had my positioned much like yours and felt it didn't hear me / see me as good as it should. I purchased this mount (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FYMTUQY) as a test and greatly improved the area of view of the device and feel like it hears voice commands better.

u/scoobythebeast · 0 pointsr/xboxone

I highly recommend the xbox stereo headset its on sale at Amazon for about $60 but is a good quality headset for that price. It does game audio and voice chat and its pretty comfortable. When you don't want to use it, you can leave the puck in (chat adapter) and it stays out of the way, but unplug the headset's 3.5mm plug easily and without worries of breaking it.

u/MeGustaTortugas · 3 pointsr/redditblack

I have an Energizer Charge station for my XB1 controllers, and I use an Ikea fold away hook to hang my headset on. I put the cables in the drawers where my XB1 sits. IKEA EXPIDIT are awesome for console storage, though I have a nice Entertainment Center in the living room with my Wii (no U) and 360 (I use the 360 version of the same Energizer stations here as well) along with the controllers and headset for that TV.

Picture: http://i.imgur.com/Vn74ciV.jpg

Energizer Charge Station: http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-licensed-Energizer-Charging-System-Xbox/dp/B00EADTVLW

Ikea Hook: http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/60152590/

u/The_Roptor · 2 pointsr/xboxone

Don't mind you asking at all!

It's a combination of 3.5 mm aux cables and adapters. My headset set-up also easily works with a ModMic5 (what I now use at work with my 1000XM2 headphones). If you need pictures I can share some links.

Cable management is key so that this doesn't become a crazy mess of wires, but for all the parts in play I set this up very cleanly.

If you want better mic monitoring, higher audio output, and chat/game audio balancing from the Xbox One controller (use just stereo audio, no virtual surround sound) you can add in the Turtle Beach Headset Audio Controller Plus ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PWRYKDE/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_f1J0CbG4W43H4).


3.5 mm Cables & Splitters

- TRRS extension cable: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0793K1CKR/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_.bK0Cb29J47BJ

- TRRS headset splitter (male to female jacks): https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MR5TPKV/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_F7J0CbWA6G63Z

- Male to male 3.5 mm aux: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HQ26P39/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_Y8J0CbK1E7YBY

- Male to female 3.5 mm aux: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0793KLG31/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_n.J0CbEW9SKHP


  1. Connect the TRRS extentionsion to the Xbox One Controller (with the Turtle Beach Headset Audio Controller Plus if you have one).
  2. Connect the TRRS headset splitter to the TRRS extension cable.
  3. Plug the Male to male aux in the headphone jack on the splitter and into your external amp input.
  4. Plug male to female 3.5 mm aux extension into the amp output.
  5. Plug the headphones into the 3.5 mm aux extension from the amp.
  6. Connect the ModMic into the mic input port on the TRRS headset splitter.


    As you set this all up I recommend intertwining the cables or using some cable clips like those that come with the ModMic to make it clean.
u/twalker294 · 2 pointsr/forza

The Thrustmaster TX is another option. I think it's a bit better quality than the Logitech and the feedback is better. It's a bit cheaper at $299 BUT the pedal set doesn't have a clutch. If you want the 3 pedal set it's another $150. I love my TX and I've replaced the standard wheel with the VG leather wheel (also $150,) and it feels great. You can also get the TX with the VG wheel and the 3 pedal set for $469 http://www.amazon.com/Thrustmaster-Racing-Wheel-Leather-Premium-Official/dp/B0151K6FPC/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1463535677&sr=8-2&keywords=thrustmaster+vg

There is also an addon H-pattern shifter available for $100. Yes you can spend a good bit of money on your setup but it's an absolute must for all but the most casual racing gamer.

u/EdBalboa · 1 pointr/xboxone

Please note the differences between the Thrustmaster TX and the TMX.
The one you want is definitely the TX , with swappable rims and pedals, and the optional 6 speed shifter.
I suspect most (some?) of the people mentioning the TMX are actually referring to the TX: https://www.amazon.com/Thrustmaster-Racing-Ferrari-xbox-one-Windows/dp/B00ENFVS5Y

TMX and TMX Pro are the same entry tier wheel, except for the pedals (Pro has the 3 pedal model)

TX is the mid level THrustMaster wheel (swappable rims). You should add the 3TPA pedals to that.

u/snuffler67 · 2 pointsr/FortNiteMobile

I got a steel series too but I didn’t like having my phone far away so I got an attachment that goes on the top of the controller and it’s been perfect. So my phone sits a little bit off the top of the controller. controller attachment

u/Flux85 · 3 pointsr/halo

Wallet Friendly: Xbox One Stereo Headset

Best of the best: Astro A50 (has dolby digital surround sound and nice thumping bass)

Source: Me, I own both headsets.

u/bleuberry73 · 1 pointr/xboxone

By the way, have you played Project Cars? I am really interested in that one. How does is play on the Xbox? I know it is supposed to be better on the PS4 (which I do own), but I can only afford to buy one driving wheel right now.

Since GT7 won't be here for about another 15 months or more, I am playing Forza 6. So...if I buy the thrustmaster vg tx for use with my Xbox, I'll want to play Project Cars on the Xbox as well.

So...can the Xbox handle it, or not?

u/dunger · 1 pointr/xboxone

I have the Energizer 2X.

It works great. Easy to drop the controllers in. And it works fine with the headset adapters attached. It does have some pretty bright lights though. Red when charging and green when charged.

u/talenklaive · 1 pointr/Steam

I don't know about Playstation controllers, but I use a 3rd party Xbox 360 controller that works well:


If you prefer the feel of the Xbox one controller, they make it as well:


I personally like the Afterglow controllers because they're well built, proportioned correctly, and feel good in the hands. Also, the annoying glow effect can be disabled...there's a button on the back side that changes modes from on constantly, flashing /w rumble, or off completely.

u/WarriorsBlew3to1Lead · 2 pointsr/masseffect

Yea it's a very common thread there, and you can't blame people, you'd expect better from a $150 controller than some flimsy parts and a 90 day warranty. Seems like people either love it or get a crappy one. It's what's kept me from getting one even though some of my friends rave about it

Also check Amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00ZDNNRB8/ref=cm_cr_arp_mb_bdcrb_top?ie=UTF8

It has like 20% 1 star reviews, seems like meh build quality and/or qc

u/TornadoCreator · 14 pointsr/truegaming

It is unfortunate that so many games now have such complex controls that it invariably ends up less accessible to people like us with mobility based disabilities.

One thing I would recommend, though it won't help with the games you've listed here as they're PS4 (or at least console) exclusives. Consider moving to PC gaming. I personally prefer console gaming, with PS4 being my system of choice, but the ability to change key-binding with PC makes it much more accessible. I'd also highly recommend this controller.

UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Xbox-One-Elite-Wireless-Controller/dp/B00ZV0NH40

USA - https://www.amazon.com/Xbox-Elite-Wireless-Controller-one/dp/B00ZDNNRB8

The added flexibility this controller gives should improve your gameplay experiences.

u/HeyLudaYouLikeToEat · 1 pointr/halo

This mic for Xbox One I bought recently and it's a great price: http://www.amazon.com/Xbox-One-Stereo-Headset/dp/B00IAVDQCK/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1408815286&sr=8-2&keywords=xbox+one+stereo

I'm not really into talking in game chat but it's great for talking with friends and listening to game audio. Plus you can plug earbuds into the adapter too if you just want audio.

u/tehcheez · 4 pointsr/xboxone

Cheapest and easiest repair service is yourself. These bumpers are crazy easy to replace. Buy this kit I have linked below. It comes with the bumpers and small security T8 screwdriver, only other thing you'll need is a credit or gift card you don't mind bending to safely pop the handgrip plastic off. You could use a small flathead screwdriver but it'll probably cut the plastic.

E-MODS GAMING Original Bumpers Triggers LB RB For Xbox One Controller New Style Controllers https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M1G6HID/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_nmlRjluwKxY7h

Edit: Looks like that one is currently unavailable. Here's another kit that comes with the bumpers and a security T8.

Replacement LB RB Bumper Trigger for Xbox One Elite Controller and New Style Xbox One with 3.5mm Jack Versions (Black bumpers) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06Y3TX17C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_BlknzbFG4ADH9

u/Redditisaladder · 1 pointr/xboxone

The way it fits in your hand, the responsiveness of the buttons, the range of operation, the number of different buttons it has, the battery life, the overall look and feel and the quality and it's $14.00 vs $50.00

Honestly, I have both. I had the cheap one for about a year then I "assumed" the $50.00 one was better so when I bought a 1X I bought the more expensive remote. After using it for about a year I went through my drawers until I found the cheap one I was using with my 1S and swapped. Now I am much happier. It's Amazon. Buy both and decide for yourself and return the one you don't want.

u/MotionManTV · 2 pointsr/xboxone

I would suggest the hyper X cloud 2. I have had headsets that are cheaper and headsets that are several hundred dollars more (Astro) and I can assure you the sound quality is on par with more expensive headphones, the comfort is the best in gaming headset, the mic is also really good both in sound and in convenience as it's removable and easy to reposition. also the convenience of having the USB sound card in case you ever want to use it on PC is a nice bonus. Even the packaging is top notch lol.

You will want the headset adaptor for the controller though as it is easier to adjust volume settings (although this can be done in the guide)

69.99 Amazon UK

(It also comes in red but I prefer gun metal)

14.99 Amazon UK for the headset adaptor


u/EgoGrinder · 7 pointsr/PS4

Like anything there is no agreed upon "best".

There are GelTabz....



Butterfox (I had these for a while)

Off brand silicone...



You'd be better off watching YouTube reviews of these various products.

None of which might fit great now that the rubber on your controller is actually falling apart. Might require some hot glue or something else if you want them to stay in place.

A lot of people eventually switch to xbox style sticks, not just because the material doesn't fall apart but because it's actually a much better design. These compared to the DS4 sticks is night and day in terms of control and your thumb not sliding all over the place.


Not that hard to install. Hardest thing about taking the controller apart is getting the shell separated for the first time and the fact that the triggers and springs might fall out, so just work on a clean table where you'll be able to find the little springs. Watch videos on how to take it apart.

u/JakDrako · 2 pointsr/xboxone

I got this one for my son, and it's pretty good value for the price. The sound is good, the virtual surrounds works well and it fits my giant head comfortably.

The only downside I see is that the microphone is on a stiff plastic arm and cannot be placed very close to your mouth.

u/ShtsGonaSplode · 12 pointsr/AndroidTV

I buy Sony TV's because I prefer the picture quality over the competition. Yesterday I ordered a Sony 65" X900F knowing full well that the Android TV experience is going to be complete garbage, just like it has been on my Sony 55" X850D.

As someone else mentioned, you can update the OS with a USB drive. But even with the latest Android OS my X850D still has a bloat-filled, laggy interface. Using ADB commands to clean it up has helped but it still lags.

I gave up on the Android TV experience over a year ago. My solution is to plug in an Xbox One X and use it with (THIS) remote. The combo of the Xbox and that remote makes the Xbox a fabulous media center. The Xbox houses all of my streaming apps (Hulu Live, HBO, Netflix, Amazon prime Video etc.) and has a very snappy/intuitive interface. And with the Xbox setup using HDMI ARC for TV and my surround sound, powering the Xbox on with the remote turns the TV/surround sound on and gives me full audio control over the surround sound. Turning the Xbox off with one click shuts everything else down as well.

With the above setup I haven't even seen the Android TV experience in over a year and honestly forget it's there.

With that said, you can accomplish essentially the same thing with the nVidia Shield, if you prefer that over Xbox. Just keep in mind that there is no Hulu Live app for Android TV, so if you use that for your live TV streaming (like I do), the nVidia Shield won't be a good solution for you.

u/Kangolcraft · 2 pointsr/Steam

If you can afford the exorbitant price of $150, the Xbox Elite Controller is downright amazing. It feels great, you can map any button to any other button, you can switch out dpads and thumbsticks, and it has a nice weight to it. comes with a really long USB cable too, and it works with the Xbox One Wireless Adapter if I'm not mistaken. Here's the Amazon link- http://amzn.com/B00ZDNNRB8

u/dansla116 · 2 pointsr/Rockband

Yes, but I want to offer a specific detail about this that angers some people.

You can only be signed into one account per wireless legacy adapter and the wired legacy adapter only supports one controller anyway.

That is important if you have a sibling, significant other, or anyone else who wants to be on a different account at the same time with different Xbox 360 instruments. Only one of you can earn achievements, contribute xp, etc.

u/ppenn777 · 1 pointr/xboxone

I've always loved the [Xbox charge and play ](Xbox One Play and Charge Kit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DBDPOZ4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_igXNybQ695YP0). The battery pack last a long time and you just plug in and keep playing while it charges (charges fast also). Had for the 360 and worked perfectly for 6 years. Had it for xb1 since day 1.

u/proper-greg · 1 pointr/GiftIdeas

It is likely closer to $30 with tax, but this may be an idea. It's the only accessory aside from a headset that I find to be a must-have with a console. Hope this might be helpful :)

Xbox One Controller Charge Kit

u/sirjimithy · 1 pointr/Rockband

Yes that will also work, but you will additionally need the PDP Wired Legacy Adapter to connect the MIDI adapter to the XB1. There is a list of supported drums on the Amazon page for the MIDI adapter, and the same list is in the manual. But that list is old, and almost everything on it has been replaced with a newer version. Pretty much any drum kit with a standard 5-pin MIDI out should be fine.

Edit - Link to PDP adapter: https://www.amazon.com/PDP-Rock-Band-Wired-Legacy-Adapter/dp/B01MDJWJH9

u/Juheebus · 1 pointr/CruciblePlaybook

I'm on Xbox and previously used bumper jumper. But I recently bought this and mapped the right paddle to jump and left for reload. I use puppeteer and switched the bumpers in the Xbox controller settings so melee is LB and grenade is RB. Now I can skate/jump pretty well, shadestep/slide/TG, aim my super better, and melee quickly after firing.

Really the only downside is I can't wombo combo (smoke/grenade) too fast or else I'll activate my super.

u/xooxanthellae · 2 pointsr/xboxone

What console does he have now? An Xbox 360?

Just wait till Black Friday and get whatever is cheapest.

You don't need Kinect or the Xbox One S. Just get the regular Xbox One with a controller... might be bundled with some games, if that's the cheaper option.

The console does not come with a controller recharger -- it just has batteries. So it's up to you if you want to keep buying batteries, use rechargeable batteries, or buy the [Play and Charge Kit] (https://www.amazon.com/Xbox-One-Play-Charge-Kit/dp/B00DBDPOZ4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1474487379&sr=8-1&keywords=xbox+one+play+and+charge). Personally I have the play & charge because I don't want to be bothered with buying/recharging batteries.

Recommended games for him: Halo Master Chief Collection, Halo 5. Final Fantasy XV is coming out Sept 30th but it will be cheaper if you wait a while to get it. Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is pretty cheap right now, but it doesn't have the best reviews -- it started off as a handheld game, so it's not a huge game.

Games are going to be way cheaper used on Amazon than in any stores. You can buy an Amazon gift card with cash at a store and use that to buy stuff on Amazon.

u/FallenPrecursor · 1 pointr/GameSale

It's this type of headset and here are some pictures of it. As for Destiny it's this edition and basically new but it doesn't have the codes. I installed the disc so it's in prime condition. Let me know if you'd like to proceed with the sale or you would like some more pictures :)

u/Dilligaf_Bazinga · 1 pointr/xboxone

Eneloops are probably the best or the Amazon basics which are the same thing. Those are the best if you just want rechargeable AA batteries.

But... I prefer the Nyko rechargeable battery and charge dock. Just drop your controller on here when your done and never worry about it again. I have this charger and have never run the battery out in a single play session.

Amazon link

u/Allhound · 2 pointsr/xboxone

I pick that stand for showcasing my Controllers :)
Highly recommended, it’s a good Quality

You can find it on Amazon, Link below.

PDP Energizer Charging Stand

u/Durfthesmurf · 1 pointr/PS4

Under $50 and I LOVE this headset. Well worth the price. Works great for PS4 even though its Xbox Branded.

Xbox One Stereo Headset https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IAVDQCK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_Zr8-zbZD6F3C0

u/wellssh · 7 pointsr/xboxone

I have the energizer one. It works like a dream. The stand comes with 2 rechargeable batteries and battery covers. The controllers slide on and charge easily. No more plugging into USB and wires everywhere. Great purchase.

link http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-licensed-Energizer-Charging-System-Xbox/dp/B00EADTVLW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1405172648&sr=8-1&keywords=energizer+xbox+one

u/jonnyd005 · 0 pointsr/buildapcsales

Have you owned the Afterglow Controller? I'd be curious how they compare. I just bought this controller and it's so much better than the original xbox one controller. The build quality is amazing, the buttons, bumpers, and triggers all feel far superior to me.

u/reddstudent · 1 pointr/ShadowPC

It’s not ergonomic enough to sell an iPad product like that en mass. Best bet would be to wait for iOS to update with controller support & mix your Phone with a stand like this:


And an iPad sitting on a normal case-stand

u/Godditgawd · 1 pointr/EmulationOnAndroid

Posting again. I don't know if it's in the wiki, but this is a simple and solid setup. I'm playing MSG: Peacwalker with it:

I have a note 9 and bought an XBOX1 controller, then bought this doohickey

It works like a charm. You cant go wrong with the XBOX1 controller.

u/FEARthePUTTY · 1 pointr/simracing

I definitely think you could get a quality wheel for $300. The nice thing about Thrustmaster is that you can buy them from other retailers, such as Amazon, Walmart, Gamestop, Best Buy, etc.

I know I was watching this T300 w/ Alcantara because it fell to $300 in December of 2016. Similarly, this TX w/ leather wheel dropped to $300 in November 2016.

u/Rlight · 3 pointsr/xboxone

> -can I hear game audio and player communication through the included headset, if not is there a headset that will allow me to do that?

Not with the included headset, but almost all other headsets will have that functionality. The Xbox Stereo Headset is great and actually on sale for $40 (normally $80).

Yes, you can sell the AC codes on /r/gamesale or ebay/wherever.

u/Daisypusha1323 · 3 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

There's actually a first party battery pack (manufactured and sold by Microsoft). My router is really powerful and causes some interference when playing wireless, so for games that require a lot of precise inputs like fighting games, I play wired. For games like FFXIV, I play wireless so I can recline back and zone out since a few lost inputs aren't the end of the world.

u/THE_SEX_YELLER · 7 pointsr/iosgaming

It's a controller standard for iOS devices that allows developers to easily add support for a wide range of gamepads that adhere to that standard. In the bad old days, developers would have to specifically code their games to recognize each individual model of gamepad they wanted to support, so most didn't even bother. There are a bunch of different MFi controllers out there now, but IMO the best one is the SteelSeries Nimbus. It doesn't have a clip for holding your phone, but clips designed for the Xbox One controller will usually work okay with the Nimbus. I got one from AliExpress a while back that I don't think is available there anymore, but this one appears to be identical.

u/Soccer1296 · 1 pointr/Rockband

It sounds like you already have instruments from X360/PS3. If thats the case you don't need new instruments, just a legacy adapter. You can find them on Amazon here:


If you have wired instruments there is a wired legacy adapter being released soon by PDP.

If you don't have any instruments already then band-in-box rivals edition would probably be best. Some people tend to prefer legacy GH guitar controllers and RB drum controllers. Just my opinion :)

u/CyberKnight1 · 2 pointsr/xboxone

Yes, and yes.

The x12 headset requires stereo RCA (red & white) audio jacks to get game audio, and the Xbox One does not provide that. So, you will need something else, and that "something" depends on the rest of your setup. Check for an audio output on the stereo system or TV you plug your Xbone into. If none is available, you can use the Xbone's optical output and something to convert it to RCA -- here is one example I found just searching for "Optical to RCA".

Also, the chat cable (that goes from the headset to the 360 controller) will not plug in to the Xbone controller directly; you will need the Stereo Headset Adapter. Plug it in, and then use the balance controls on the adapter to be completely on "chat", so that it only emits chat audio and not game audio.

Note that you can get away with just using the Stereo Headset Adapter to get both game and chat audio through the controller and the chat cable, but in my experience with the x41 headset, it sounds like crap, because the headset is expecting a mono chat audio source and processes it as such.

Honestly, for the price and hassle, you'd be better off just picking up the Stereo Headset. You'll get the same stereo quality of the x12, but it's just using a single cable connection to your controller, and it'll cost as much or less as the equipment you'd need to get the x12 hooked up.

u/statenotcity · 3 pointsr/xboxinsiders

This the specific clip I bought a few years ago and still use. It leaves enough space on the side for the headphone port to still be used on a controller and has a gap on the back so you can still recharge your controller as well. The kickstand for the clip is fantastic as well since it keeps your controller and phone balanced.


If you have a heavier phone consider taking the case off to minimize weight while playing or using an Xbox One X controller to help balance against the phone.

u/fratopotamus1 · 1 pointr/xboxone

The Xbox One stereo headset is actually a great deal and has pretty darn good audio: http://www.amazon.com/Xbox-One-Stereo-Headset/dp/B00IAVDQCK

u/turbomolli · 1 pointr/Vive

That tmx wheel is pretty entry level wheel and pedals are horrible and no clutch.

I recommend to go atleast t300rs or tx but those also have poor pedals. But you can buy tx base + rim + better thrustmaster pedals.

Something like this:

t300 and tx are belt driven wheels and those are much smoother than new logitech wheels wich are basicly old g27 wheels with new colors.

u/x0x_CAMARO_x0x · 3 pointsr/xboxone

[Xbox Play and Charge] (https://www.amazon.com/Xbox-One-Play-Charge-Kit/dp/B00DBDPOZ4)

You mean like the one officially offered by Microsoft? Thats a pretty good one.

u/doorknob60 · 1 pointr/xboxone

Yeah. The Xbox One S has an infared blaster I'm pretty sure. So it should work with pretty much any TV. That's how it controls cable boxes if you use that.

This is the remote I have https://www.amazon.com/Talon-Media-Remote-Control-Blu-ray-Streaming/dp/B01GOK34SO/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_63_t_0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=VTZZ81ZWAAS87B8NV6JP&dpID=315Qbn6Jr8L&preST=_SY300_QL70_&dpSrc=detail

u/UnrealAce · 1 pointr/xboxone

My girlfriend picked up a pair of Duracel Rechargables for us and they've been working great.

If you prefer the Microsoft route it's always reliable.

Or the ever popular Eneloop Rechargables

All 3 of those options last quite a long time, I've only tried the Duracel's but they've been fantastic for such a cheap price.

u/The-Shadowcatt · 2 pointsr/forza

If you can find the tx with the leather wheel and better pedals it makes it an even better setup. The price is generally much cheaper than buying everything separate but I don't think it's available in all regions. As a TX owner you will not regret buying this wheel.
Edit added link

u/DesignatedDecoy · 3 pointsr/Hulu

> I originally was looking forward to the fact that I wouldn't need to use the Xbox 1 controller to watch something and have the TV remote but this not being able to switch profiles is a total deal breaker.

I bought one of these and love it. It is a huge step up from an xbox media remote .


I set up my xbox to turn my tv/receiver on and off and then use that remote for everything else.

u/deSSy2724 · 1 pointr/htpc

I would add Eventghost to the list (based on Phyton), with that you can automate some tasks (example.... if this exebutable is opened do this and that or else..... if this window is focused or non focused do this or that and stuff like that).


As for the remote, I would recommend you the non official "Xbox Remote" from PDP (Performance Designed Products) with combination of FLIRC USB, that mentioned remote even has "motion backlit" for all the buttons (white) just like "keyboard backlits" but the difference is that the "lights" turns off on itself after some seconds if you dont move your remote which ofc saves your battery:




One thing I should mention about this remote is that you need to be careful because the case can easy wear out if you dont treat it well (avoid water, fluids in general and everything will be fine).

u/centenary · 2 pointsr/simracing

My point is that there is a TX version that does have FFB. See here

Furthermore, my point is that OP is not referring to the TX version, so the version he is referring to does not have FFB. We are already in agreement here.

u/Corm · 1 pointr/SteamController
  1. That could work. I mean people really like the XB1 elite controller (link for reference) and it has a few buttons in the back. I think it's a not a simple thing to pull off well but is possible. I'd like to try the elite controller in person to get a better idea
u/DanTup · 3 pointsr/Rockband

This is correct. I bought these two from Amazon US:



And this cable from UK:


The MIDI adapter came all sticky like it was covered in glue (despite being packaged as new), which seems common in the reviews which is a bit annoying, but since it came from the US( I'm in the UK) I couldn't be bothered returning it; works perfectly!

u/plrichard · 2 pointsr/xboxone

Not to say the other ones aren't great choices, but I've had this one since I got my Xbox One at launch and they're still going strong for me. In case you want options :)


u/xKenkz · 3 pointsr/gaming

So in terms of sound, you can attach headphones straight into the aux jack on the controller if you have a newer one, or buy a headphone stereo audio adapter if you have an older controller and the headphones/headset plugs into that and gives you both game sound and voice chat.

Monitor wise, get anything with under 5ms response time and you only need 60hz refresh rate as Xbox can only display a maximum of 60 frames per second (fps) so don't listen to anything trying to suggest you need a 144hz monitor as this is just a waste of money for a console, brands like BenQ, Asus, Samsung all make very nice monitors, I'll link a few below, note they will be UK links to Amazon as that's where I'm from.

Note the bottom one, the Samsung, does have speakers, so for this one you can just plug the HDMI in and use the speakers from the monitor, or turn the volume down to nothing and use headphones if you would prefer.




u/UgglyCasanova · 1 pointr/GearsOfWar

I would love the Elite, but really just can't afford it. I'm considering buying the strike pack controller modifier- Has anyone tried one of these? I would love to hear some input on it

u/MisterQwert · 2 pointsr/Rockband

If you want to go super (ghetto) cheap for instruments, start searching thrift stores. Any wireless Rock Band or Guitar Hero guitar/drums will work with this adapter, and all USB microphones work. Guitars and mics are fairly common, but drums sets not so much. Compared to the Rivals band-in-a-box you're not saving a ton of money and risking janky used instruments, but it's not a bad option for a second guitar and extra mics you'll need to complete your band.

For music, look for (new) track packs for the Xbox 360. They come with codes to export the songs, and they carry over to the Xbox One. Some are available on Amazon for about $10 for ~20 songs. Used copies are a gamble since the code is likely redeemed, but if you can return them without issue (Gamestop), it may be worth a shot. If you have an Xbox 360, buy Rock Band Blitz (25 songs included for $15) and a (new or used) copy of RB3 (~$20 for the disc, $15 more to export 83 songs).

u/GloriousEggroll · 1 pointr/linux_gaming

havent tried yet, but i found this:

I can give it a shot when I get home, think I have a bluetooth adapter floating around somewhere.

i dont think youll need to connect them through usb first as youll be making a connection via bluetooth

there's only one micro-usb port in the top. the bottom is a jack for headphones and a plug for controller accessories (such as xb1 keypad)

i highly recommend the play and charge kit for charging, the battery lasts a long time wirelessly (longer than ps4--i have both systems):

u/daver3k · 2 pointsr/MonsterHunter

A few companies make clips for the controller that will fasten the controller to the phone. I'd personally be inclined just to get a PopSocket or a Spigen-style loop, but these clips do seem pretty popular. I don't have any experience with it, but here's the one I saw mentioned most often: https://www.amazon.com/Dainslef-Controller-Smartphone-Microsoft-Steelseries/dp/B01MSX55FM/ref=pd_bxgy_147_2/142-1368326-0277201?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01MSX55FM&pd_rd_r=97f603b5-6395-11e9-8c99-472c1499fd9d&pd_rd_w=apvEX&pd_rd_wg=Fkh4N&pf_rd_p=a2006322-0bc0-4db9-a08e-d168c18ce6f0&pf_rd_r=VB8K4C101QCXCN5GGEAK&psc=1&refRID=VB8K4C101QCXCN5GGEAK

u/social_gamer · 3 pointsr/GameDeals

Market price: $149.99

Member price: $149.98

What a deal

Edit: but in all honesty the title on the Dell page is "Dell - Hard drive - 36 GB - hot-swap - 3.5-inch - SAS - 15000 rpm - for Dell PowerEdge 2950 (3.5-inch)" which this is not a HDD unless the controller has some flash storage or huge updates.

Edit#2: Well Amazon has a decent amount of 1 star reviews which may steer people away from these controllers.

u/pulsarbrox · 6 pointsr/PS4

First I bought this: X-Box One thumpsticks for DS4

It was way better than the original sticks. 2 days ago, I replaced them with aluminium ones: Aluminium sticks

It's a bit slippery, hard to grasp. I think I'll put xbone ones back. I've been using those for months and they were great.

u/ironblood666 · 1 pointr/xboxone

This is the one I got

Microsoft licensed Energizer 2X Charging System for Xbox One https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EADTVLW/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_Cw44wb4D1HT8H

Batteries get replaced with ones that have outer contacts so it can charge... Cant plug and play but you can swap active controllers fairly easy.

u/Axyomd2 · 2 pointsr/xboxone

Looks like I'm just going with the Xbox One Stereo Headset which is much less in comparison but much more simple in comparison but it's good because I am not fully committed to gaming on the Xbone yet. Thanks for the suggesting regardless!

u/V1RU5-13 · 2 pointsr/headphones

If you look closely at the plug you'll notice there are 4 separate metal contacts (TRRS) instead of 3 (TRS) see this image

That extra contact is for the microphone, smartphones can utilize this as standard, letting you make hands-free calls, but will need an adapter cable to work on separate headphone and mic jacks on a PC (like this)

As for the xbox, depending on which you have there adapters for those too, this for xbox one controllers and a combo of this and this for an xbox 360 controller

As for whether you'd be better off with separate headphone and mic, absolutely, of course you would be, I can't imagine polaroid branded headphones sounding any good at all, yes they are indeed usable for all your intended applications with the adapters I linked but sound quality will be poor, especially mic quality from the tiny thing built into the cable. If that bothers you in any way, then head over to the sticky thread for advice on what to get instead, otherwise those adapters should work fine, even if they come in at just as much, if not more than the headphones cost themselves.

u/alexatwork21 · 2 pointsr/iRacing

If it were me, I would get this:


The pedals are meh, but at least you get the TX base which I would place awfully close to the T500, but significantly better than the G29.

u/vid_icarus · 3 pointsr/FortNiteBR

steelseries nimbus + this phone clip for a solid hand held experience. controller is made for iOS and the clip is made for the controller. i’ve tried a few mfis and the nimbus has the most solid feel and comfortable grip imo.


u/zerozed · 1 pointr/Steam_Link

I'm using an old Nyko charger unit I purchased from Costco back when the XBox One was originally released. I've used it for years with my original controller and it dawned on me (after I bought the S Controller) that it probably had a second battery. I fished around in my drawers and sure enough I found the other battery and battery cover...works like a charm.

u/BlueMoon93 · 1 pointr/CompetitiveForHonor

I bought this for my Xbox One controller (I play on PC) https://www.amazon.com/Collective-Minds-XBOX-ONE-Strike-Pack/dp/B01720MZJO. It adds paddles and is relatively affordable compared to the Elite.

Definitely worth it IMO -- makes GB tech infinitely easier and allows you to keep your right thumb on the stick most of the time.

u/Fatal-Feit · 1 pointr/forhonor

Do not, and I mean DO NOT, get a Scuf controller. They are overpriced and breaks insanely quickly. You'll be lucky to last even a couple months with one.

Razer are an okay product. I don't particularly like them. They are popular only in name alone, imo.

I'd say, even if you don't run Windows 10, still go for the X1 Elite controller. The default button mapping is fine and it's the only controller in the market that feels genuinely premium and will last at least a year.

But if you still refuse the X1 Elite controller, your best option are one of these.

u/DePingus · 1 pointr/xboxone

You can't (unless you want to pay way too much), they're discontinued. People have been using this instead. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GOK34SO/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Not as durable, but still pretty nice.

u/TaylorCulosis · 0 pointsr/GearsOfWar

> you can use tac com without taking your thumb off

With this little number you can have the best of both worlds.

Been playing Tournament with two active back buttons/paddles since UE. Never looking back.

u/NuM_Brrr_WoN · 1 pointr/xboxone

Oh I thought you were suggesting something like this. But that's Energizer.
PDP Energizer Xbox One Controller Charger with Rechargeable Battery Pack for Two Wireless Controllers Charging Station Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EADTVLW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_scGZBbWRSQTZM

u/dnlg · 2 pointsr/xboxone

Some people are recommending the Energizer one. I also recommend that one.Microsoft licensed Energizer 2X Charging System for Xbox One.

u/Howcanshes1ap · 4 pointsr/xboxone

The wheel I have actually has really strong force feedback to be honest. But yea, I have Forza 5/6, Horizon 2/3, Project Cars, and Dirt Rally. I have the [Thrustmaster TX Leather Wheel] (https://www.amazon.com/Thrustmaster-Racing-Wheel-Leather-Premium-Official/dp/B0151K6FPC). Was able to get it on black Friday for $350.

u/bigga_nutt · 2 pointsr/FortNiteBR

I recently just picked this up and also mapped the paddles to A and B. Did you find yourself still pushing the buttons instead of the paddles?

Also, can you share your sensitivity/ADS settings? I’ve been messing with both for a while and can’t seem to find a sweet spot. Im looking for similar to cod ADS since I’m so used to gunfire in that game. Nice W!

u/BeerUnifies · 1 pointr/AndroidGaming


I only wish I could rotate my phone into the portrait orientation but aside from that I'd definitely recommend it

u/trsman76 · 1 pointr/simracing

It is The Thrustmaster TX 458 Italia set.

Thrustmaster TX Racing Wheel Ferrari 458 Italia Edition (XBOX ONE/PC) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ENFVS5Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_oVOMDbZPQ5XCW

Thanks for the details. I'm pretty happy at the moment with my setup, but one day I know I will upgrade.

u/sertitus · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I have a wired 360 pad (but /u/Vulfilla posted a link to the wireless one) and I can say that I am very happy with the ergonomics, I have an old one with both sticks on the bottom, like the Logitech, and I feel that the 360 layout of having one stick at the top is much more comforable.

You might consider an Xbox One Controller, which people describe as being even more ergonomic, or a PS4 Controller.

u/BuddyThe3lf · 1 pointr/halo

For that price, Microsoft's own stereo headset has pretty good reviews on sound quality and comfort. https://www.amazon.com/Xbox-One-Stereo-Headset-360/dp/B00IAVDQCK

u/Carts27 · 1 pointr/xboxone

Considering most third party headsets need the adapter I suggest getting the Xbox One Stereo Headset since it comes with one and the Headset + adapter is currently cheaper than the adapter alone. I bought one a few hours ago for 35$ but now looks like it went up to 40$, still a better deal. You can upgrade later on since you now have the adapter.


u/ProPenguin800 · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

Pretty sure this is the exact 9or very similar model) https://www.amazon.com/PDP-Afterglow-Prismatic-Wired-Controller-Xbox/dp/B00ZJRHSRW

Price: $20 shipped sound good?

u/Solomon_Gunn · 2 pointsr/simracing

Thank you for all the help, I ended up buying this http://www.amazon.com/Thrustmaster-Ferrari-Edition-xbox-one-Windows/dp/B00ENFVS5Y/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8 after doing some research on it. Seems really good and I plan on getting a different steering wheel for it in the future

u/opticon12000 · 1 pointr/Xbox_One_X

Buy this it will make it easier to use and give you more sound options:

Turtle Beach Headset Audio Controller Plus (Xbox One) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00PWRYKDE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_VZ2XCb21Z78CR

I also recommend buying the Dolby Atmos app for Xbox one headphones on the Xbox too :)

u/nmkaleb7 · 2 pointsr/Addons4Kodi

Actually it wasn't the official one but yes it can be used with any Xbox One. It even controls the volume on my receiver which is nice:


u/ACESandElGHTS · 1 pointr/DestinyTheGame

This guy has on-and-off been sold for $40 (typically $55-$60) and is the best off-the-rack set of wireless 'phones for the money. The cord you see plugs into the XBone controller. Good stuff really.

Not quite the sound odyssey of those Turtle Beaches but for the econo player they're nice.

u/SuckedSolid · 1 pointr/xboxone

I just had my Elite controller bumper break, the little piece of plastic inside is so tiny its no wonder they break so often.

since it was out of Warranty I went and bought my own bumpers from Amazon

Took about 20min to take apart and replace while watching a youtube video. Works like a charm now. Microsoft support just told me to buy a new one (Thanks). Doing it myself saved me 140 dollars

u/SimpleJoint · 3 pointsr/xboxone

Haven't had any issues with mine, over a year old. Looks great too.

Microsoft licensed Energizer 2X Charging System for Xbox One by PDP http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EADTVLW/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_DNzOub0ATGG1S

u/accursedvenom · 1 pointr/xboxone

I have this one.

PDP Energizer Xbox One Controller Charger

It's been great. I have one pack in my elite and the other in the controller that came with my X.

u/tornado962 · 1 pointr/xboxone

I use the SteelSeries 9H headset. In terms of durability, it's the best headset I've used.


I've also heard some good things about the Microsoft Xbox One headset.


u/ecstatic_waffle · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Xbox One Chatpad + Chat Headset (plugs directly into Chatpad) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0136JPA56/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_Ask7wbZSVKRD0

Dunno if the headset stuff works, but otherwise it's totally functional. Great little gadget.

u/bajungadustin · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My girlfriend told me that at the end of the day she will buy everything in my amazon cart up to 300 dollars...

But I didn't really have anything I needed or even wanted all that bad.. Took me all day to find stuff lol.

So I got

Corsair Hydro Series H100i v2 $97

JD Fenix Limited Edition Xbox One Wireless Controller $55

Microsoft Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows $21

Xbox One Play and Charge Kit $24

SanDisk 128GB Flash Drive $32

APC 11-Outlet Surge Protector $35

APC 8-Outlet Surge Protector $25

10 Nylon Lanyards for Small Electronic Devices $4

Still have 8 dollars left over haha.

u/Wescyde · 2 pointsr/xboxone

I know you can get the MS play and charge kit, have you looked at those? Sounds more what you might be interested in. I find them more expensive than what i suggested or something like this


u/DaveFalcon73 · 1 pointr/xboxone

Stereo Headset Adapter plugs into the controller you then plug any headset with a 3.5mm cable into that and get audio wirelessly through your controller.

Other option is if you have a pair of speakers with a 3.5mm or RCA jacks on it to then buy a DAC Digital SPDIF converter. This is USB powered and plugs into your Xbox One SPDIF port, you then plug your speakers that either have a 3.5mm plug or RCA jacks into this and voila you get audio out of your speakers without the need of having to use headphones or a stereo headset adapter into the controller.

For the HDMI to DVI cable try something like this, any one will work doesn't have to be super quality

u/Bocephis · 3 pointsr/xboxone

Not the BEST solution, as it requires some cash, but I picked up a Turtle Beach adapter with mic monitoring and superhuman hearing and it is awesome. $25 on Amazon.

u/scrubling · 1 pointr/xboxone

I can't find the turtle beach ear force adapter anywhere to purchase. Can someone provide an amazon link for me? Thanks a lot!

EDIT: Looks like I found it..is this the right one..for $40? https://www.amazon.com/Turtle-Beach-Headset-Controller-Superhuman-Hearing/dp/B00PWRYKDE/ref=sr_1_8?s=videogames&ie=UTF8&qid=1469390457&sr=1-8&keywords=xbox+one+ear+force

u/cptavim · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

I'm pretty sure you can just plug it in and use it without batteries. It uses a micro-usb cable, not a proprietary one.

If you don't want to use batteries, you can just use this official battery from Microsoft. Then the controller will be rechargeable like a Dualshock 4. It also comes with a micro-usb cable.

u/RhoxFett · 8 pointsr/xboxone

Xbox One Stereo Headset https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IAVDQCK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_TybBCbTGW88ZW

I've been using these for 2/3 years, love them. Comfortable as hell, great sound quality, removable headset adapter piece worth the price alone for using any future headsets/ear buds he may get

u/Depsilon42 · 3 pointsr/Rockband

It depends if you're playing on the Xbox 360 or the Xbox One.

If you're playing on the Xbox 360, you don't need the receiver.

If you're playing on the Xbox One, you need a different receiver, which is super hard to find, this wired PDP Adatper:

The receiver you linked is for using wireless Xbox 360 instruments on the Xbox One.

u/EdwardMowinckel · 1 pointr/RocketLeague

You might be interested in knowing that most analogue pots (the things that the analog joysticks are put onto) are reverse compatible with other analog sticks.

That is to say, if you have a controller you prefer for hand feel, and another you prefer for analogue stick feel, odds are you can buy the analogue joysticks online and swap 'em out. It's like eight screws, and they pop right off.

On this Amazon page, you can see someone replaced the PS4 joysticks with the XBox One joysticks.

My 360 controller's joystick broke, and I replaced with the joystick from a Duke. It works!

u/The_Other_Manning · 2 pointsr/xboxone

I have this one and it works great, highly recommend. I got 2 for my 4 controllers

u/TrefoilHat · 4 pointsr/xboxone

Does he/she use it with the TV or play a lot of media?

The Media Remote is awesome.

Or how about a Play & Charge kit?

u/GodModeKills · 1 pointr/xboxone

I'd say to just upgrade to something newer, instead of buying a converter, a new higher quality headset would be much more satisfying to have. Even the simple [Xbox One Headset] (http://www.amazon.com/Xbox-One-Stereo-Headset/dp/B00IAVDQCK) would be good for you.

Let me know your price range, and ill find some good headsets for you if you want!

u/bookreader52 · 5 pointsr/Rockband

Just to be clear this (https://www.amazon.com/PDP-Rock-Band-Wired-Legacy-Adapter/dp/B01MDJWJH9/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8) is the PDP adapter. It only works with the MPA and Ions. Madcatz also made a legacy adapter (https://www.amazon.com/Rock-Band-Legacy-Game-Controller-Adapter/dp/B01541ACLQ) that only works with wireless instruments. The RB3 stock kit works with the Madcatz one, not PDP. Just want to make sure you have the right adapter before getting a new kit :)

u/Dlark121 · 1 pointr/RocketLeague

no worries fam just grab one of these and you can play with one hand. you can remap any button fuction anywhere and there are 4 paddles on the back (two on the right) so the only issue might be using the left stick for looking but no one does that anyways. Also chat might be difficult but hey thats what rehab is for.


edit: oh yeah left is for steering but you can use your hand or thumb if its strong enough

u/Ronald___Raygun · 1 pointr/RedditDads

According to Amazon reviews, the MS headset is pretty good based on its price and the features it offers. Here's the link

u/SickOfAZ · 1 pointr/GearsOfWar

Have you read all of the reviews on amazon? Is the 90 day warranty true? $150 is a little steep when you consider that the Xbox 1 is selling for under 200 used with a controller. I'd guess the price drops later this year, and definitely next.


u/SpeedyBlueDude · 5 pointsr/GlobalOffensive

Use an Xbox One Elite Controller.

Got one when they released, just feels right now. It doesn't actually help at all with CS:GO, I only use two paddles, one is assigned to push to talk, and the other to inspect, which is why I'm inspecting all the time. I just always have my finger on the paddle.


Really overpriced, but again, I just like how to feels. It's extra weighty, and the leather grips feel nice.

u/gambino325xi · 1 pointr/Stadia

I bought one of these to attach my phone to my Xbox One controller. When my Stadia controller arrived, I tried it on Stadia, and while slightly more snug than on the Xbone controller, I can confirm that it does fit and works like a charm. I bet this one is a lot cheaper than the claw that Google sells.

u/jimbonics · 1 pointr/xboxone

Sounds like the Microsoft branded one may be the right buy. (includes adapter)


Alternately, I'm using these and loving them


You'd need the chat adapter for the mic, though. The HUUUGE upside to these is I can also connected to a bluetooth device and listen to tunes while I game.

The reality though... these are the ones you'll want (when they release)


u/Volerikan · 2 pointsr/iphone

I have a set up similar to this! I’ll be going on a 7 hour train trip in a few days so I’ll definitely be using it.

If anyone’s interested, it’s this mount. It works perfectly on an Xbox One or Steelseries Nimbus controller. It has a little clip on the back so you can leave it on a table and watch movies from it.

u/Sayburr · 2 pointsr/xboxone

I play with rechargeables, and prefer them.

Here is a scenario as to why... you are playing a game, really getting into it, when your controller turns off due to runing out of "juice".

With rechargables, you switch out the batteries, and continue to play just like before.

With charge kit, you have to plug in your controller, so you are now using a controller hooked to your console. I, personally, don't like that.

http://www.amazon.com/Xbox-One-Play-Charge-Kit/dp/B00DBDPOZ4 - $24.11US

http://www.amazon.com/Energizer-CHRPROWB4-Charger-Rechargeable-Batteries/dp/B00IM3P8GS/ref=sr_1_29?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1414777993&sr=1-29&keywords=rechargeable+batteries+AA - $15.99US

u/CheesecakeMilitia · 6 pointsr/Rockband

Any ekit with a midi-out port on the brain will work with the Midi Pro Adapter. The hitch is that many of the more inexpensive ekits have "midi-via-usb" ports that require a program running on a computer to convert the ekit's output to an input the Midi Pro Adapter can accept. If your midi-out port looks like this, you're good.

Once you have an ekit plugged into the MPA, it's as simple as setting the corresponding midi notes for a Rock Band config.

Also, if you're on Xbox One, you need the ridiculously expensive out-of-print legacy wired controller adapter to play with RB4. PS4 doesn't have this issue and can use the PS3 MPA just fine.

u/nighttim · 1 pointr/blackops3

I didnt spend 300. I bought scuf extended domed sticks ($13) and scuf grips and trigger stops ($25) and installed them on my controller that came with the console. ($0). So $28 for a better preforming controller (In my mind at least). Debating on wether or not to get paddles for around $50 and installing them. $78 for a homemade Scuf is a lot better than 300 IMO.

edit: links added

u/Aglorius3 · 2 pointsr/skyrimmods

Wireless KBM is probably what I would end up doing.

But really I was considering getting one of these for my controller, if it worked for Skyrim hotkeys. I haven't had a chance to read up on it yet.

Have never tried playing Skyrim via controller or on big screen, because I need muh hotkeys, and Dragons Dogma is unplayable via KBM, imo (the UI nav is ridiculous, to say the least), so was looking for a solution to play both from my couch with a controller, for funsies.

Also, was finally checking out the Lock On mod the other day. Looks like it'd be great for couch warrior, joystick combat.

u/Kosire · 2 pointsr/blackops3

If you're on Xbox get the Xbox One Elite, not a SCUF. It comes stock with all the customization options that would cost you over $200 to upgrade to with a SCUF.

Unless you value cosmetic customization more, then SCUFs are great.

u/fleaver12 · 1 pointr/forza

This is the best deal at the moment, that I can find.


Force Feedback, and the ability to upgrade to a stick shift and/or 3 pedals. $286 USD. Normally $400.

u/HockeyPadsBatman · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

To get an xbox one controller to play wirelessly on PC you need this one. It comes with a dongle.

I just got that one and the play and charge kit, which gives you a recharging battery pack for it. The pack will only charge if you use the micro USB cable that came with the kit, FYI. I felt like a dunce when I finally figured out that's why it wasn't charging,

u/skarklaw · 1 pointr/xboxone

his tv is very thin, yours is very thick. i'm not sure how well the gorillapod will work in that situation. i recently bought a second xb1 w/ the titanfall bundle. i bought it to put it in the livingroom for the wife and kids (no one messes with daddy's xb1 time). i bought this mount:


it works pretty well, costs $19 and feels secure. it also has a hood that covers the camera if you feel the need for that (i don't bother, let the world see my frank & beans, i don't care.... though my wife would feel different if she knew).

u/legacy3233 · 1 pointr/wiiu

Fantastic, thank you! Going to pick up some of these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00JQX91HU

u/lordduckling · 1 pointr/iosgaming

Valid points, you won’t regret your choice!

I got something similar to this for my PS4 controller and I absolutely love it.


I can’t speak for this model exactly, but a clip of this sort really makes gaming on the phone more enjoyable.

u/Anton_Lemieux · 2 pointsr/xboxone

This one costs a bit more but it's fantastic, I've had it for a week or so now.

u/GFDetective · 1 pointr/Toontown

Since I run TTR via Steam, I use Controller Companion with it, which is an app for Steam. I've tried others, but unlike most other software, Controller Companion can actually bind the Xbox Home button to something.

Regardless of which software you use, however, if you haven't gotten it already, I highly recommend this little adapter for your controller, because with it you can type from the controller as well. Therefore, fully replacing your mouse and keyboard with the controller.

u/jwalk128 · 1 pointr/xboxone

I mean there's this thing here But it's nothing like the actual Elite Controller. As a proud (and very cheap) owner of the Elite controller, I'll tell you it's definitely worth that $150.

u/ohsnapitsjf · 3 pointsr/Rockband

I skimmed the post, so I missed this:

> I've been using the RB2 kit with RB3 cymbals for years, really happy with it

Then use it. They went to pretty impressive lengths to make backwards compatibility possible in an era of consoles where both companies have either somewhat ignored or actively tried to prevent the use of last-gen controllers. Unless they're falling apart on you, stick with what you know and like.

If you're on Xbox, you need the Legacy Adapter. If you're on Playstation, you don't need anything but the Bluetooth dongle.

u/OkSource · 1 pointr/Rockband

I use the turtle beach headset adapter since it came free with the turtle beach xo ones. Similar to the normal adapter, but perhaps there are a few differences in audio delay due to the bass boost or internal workings.

Anyway for 1) I find that my audio calibration fluctuates when using a controller wirelessly with the adapter. 80% of play sessions it sits around 90ms, but it can range between 75-120ms when I do manual calibration. That's probably more than your TV settings? But perhaps close to a surround sound setup. Compare!

If wires aren't a problem, plugging in the controller by usb seems to drop the lag number and make it consistent. Plus, you won't have to waggle a thumbstick to keep the it from falling asleep every 15 minutes. As for the cable between the controller and headset, I place the controller on the right and have it run across to my left ear and it never gets in the way. I don't know much about Bluetooth headphones, but hope this helps!

u/spideyjiri · 1 pointr/Rockband


It's definitely still available, unlike something I'd want, a TAC ps2 to ps3 guitar adapter because the gh2 guitar is really good.

u/risk235 · 1 pointr/playstation

I use it to play when I’m away from home. As long as you have a good connection it works fine. I would suggest connecting your PS4 via Ethernet. I also use the Nimbus Steel Series controller along with this clip https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MSX55FM?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf

u/Prophet5 · 4 pointsr/xboxone

I've used a few different chargers, and my favorite so far is the Energizer dock (http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-licensed-Energizer-Charging-System-Xbox/dp/B00EADTVLW).

u/MentallyPill · 1 pointr/RocketLeague

You can get the Microsoft one that has a lot more features and an extra mic for $30, or you can get an Ortz chatpad that has less features and is $25. I really like my Microsoft one. You can map keys to do certain things, like pull up the friends list or take a game clip in the push of a button. There's a lot of complaints on Amazon about the Microsoft one but I've never had a problem.

Why isn't Cortana available in your geographical location? I didn't know that was region specific.

u/gone_offroad · 1 pointr/xboxone

Xbox One Stereo Headset. Great sound for the price, plus it comes with the headset adapter which is worth $20 on its own

u/illie_g · 1 pointr/gaming

I've had the xbox one stereo headset for a year now and I've been pleased with it. It's comfortable and sounds really good for the price. It looks a little funny on my head but i don't wear it out in public. Xbox One Stereo Headset https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IAVDQCK/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_c1WzwbADPKT1F

u/jantari · 3 pointsr/Ubiquiti

The PS3 and Xbox have special media remotes for them that look and operate just like normal remotes.

I think the Xbox One even has infrared so you can literally use any universal remote on it.

Dedicated Blu-ray players are just trash, they often run Java on weak hardware and never get software updates despite talking to the internet. They're frankly a vulnerability. Sure you may find a good one among hundreds but why bother when an Xbox is so cheap and you already have one.

Edit: here's the official one:


And the first clone I found on ddg:


Looks good to me

u/catdeuce · 1 pointr/iRacing

Pretty sure he's using this with this.

u/Rumbananas · 1 pointr/xboxone

Personally since I have the PS4, I chose the Playstation Wireless Gold Stereo Headset paired with the Official Headset Adapter. The sound is great and it's amazingly comfortable. You're able to plug it into cell phones, computers, and anything with an auxiliary input! It runs for $99, but I suppose that for $79 you can get the official Xbox Headset too, though it only works with the Xbox One.

PS: Amazon prices are MUCH cheaper than retail prices just in case you didn't know :)