Xbox (or PC) gamers can chat and game and have the audio advantage over and above their battlefield foes with JBL’s Quantum 360X.

A full sized, over-head headphone, the Quantum 360X is designed for Xbox Series X|S or PC (actually any Bluetooth enabled device), connecting up wirelessly or for a more stable connection, USB. You can also have a more stable wireless connection using the dongle.

Bluetooth connection for me was good, but I did experience a few drops. Pairing to the dongle was tight, and of course via USB, no issues at all.

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Built with memory foam ear-cups for comfortable non-sweaty marathons, the 40mm driver speakers produce supreme audio with that JBL signature sound.

It is fair to say that for some the JBL Quantum 360X may be a bit bass centric for some users, during heated action moments, you do literally feel those explosions as your ears vibrate.

For me though, that was fantastic.

This said the JBL Quantum 360X has voice focus. No matter how crazy things are getting in-game, how loud those explosions are or the whoops of exhilaration from team mates as you complete a successful raid, you’ll always be heard and hear others.

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The Quantum 360X will game with you for as long as you can. With an up-to 22 hours battery life when using Bluetooth or via the dongle

Using the JBL Quantum as headphones only was a pleasing experience. When I put down my game controller and cranked up the tunes, bending the mic away from my face it was on par with almost all JBL audio headphones.

Given the lower price point, the JBL Quantum 360X surpassed my expectations.

These are headphones built to game, and as it turns out, no matter the platform if you use Bluetooth.

JBL Quantum 360X is a worthy weapon in your video gaming arsenal, whether you’re gaming on the go or at home.

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JBL Quantum 360X Wireless Gaming Headset Review
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