Xbox Series X and Series S: How To Adjust Headset Volume

Nothing beats getting next-gen consoles for Christmas, but navigating the system’s UI can be a little tricky at first. This guide will help you know how to perform certain actions on your new Xbox Series X or Series S console.

Don’t be worried if you haven’t cracked it on your own, we’ve all been there!

In this guide, we’ll take you through how to adjust your headset volume on your Xbox Series X and Series S. 

It isn’t the most intuitive, but once you know it should super easy to do.

Once your headset volume is balanced, why not check out our game recommendations to enjoy!

How To Adjust Headset Volume

Xbox Series X/S

First of all, you’ll need to have your headset connected, turn your console on and sign in.

Once that is all done, open up the Menu with the Xbox button on your controller.

On this first tab, you should see a speaker symbol at the bottom, scroll down and select it.

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Let's get loud! Source: Xbox

In the Audio and Music settings you have just opened up, you’ll see three sliders.

Headset volume will change both of the other two, it will make all sound from your headphones quieter.

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The headset chat mixer will let you change whether your friends or your game are louder, letting you listen to your squad or the virtual world better.

Finally, Mic Monitoring will let you hear yourself, this is a quick and easy way to check if your mic is broken or if you are having internet connection issues when your squad says they can’t hear you.

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Or turn up the relaxation. Source: Xbox

With all that sorted, you can close the window and now should be set to game with perfect audio!

We hope this guide helped, and please check out our others for your Xbox Series X and Series S needs!

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