The Razer Thresher for Xbox One is the complete dongle-free wireless audio solution. On top of delivering lag-free audio immersion, this premium headset also focuses on undisputable comfort. Lined with leatherette, the lightweight memory foam ear cushions rest perfectly against your head, giving you a natural feel that is second to none. The in-built quick control buttons and a retractable digital microphone provide you with instant access to game and voice balance as well as volume even in the heat of battle.
Hassle-free ultra-fast Wireless Connects directly to your Xbox One
The Razer Thresher for Xbox One is engineered to deliver a dongle-free low-latency connection of up to 40 feet / 12 meters. No complicated setup or losing a wireless dongle, as it connects directly to your Xbox One for the most intuitive audio experience.
Windows Sonic for virtual surround sound For superior positional audio
Featuring Windows Sonic, the Razer Thresher for Xbox One provides you with Microsoft’s latest in Surround technology. Whether you need to detect where the enemies are coming from or hear your aerial backup flying past overhead, you can expect to hear every single detail in utmost clarity for a truly immersive gaming experience that will put you ahead of your opponents.
Designed to be completely comfortable even during intense gaming marathons, the lightweight plush ear cushions are made from memory foam and leatherette, so that they effortlessly conform to the unique shape of your head. Now, you can game for hours on end without needing to give your ears a break.
“Comfortable, lightweight, durable, impeccable sound quality. The perfect gaming headset.”
Tyler "FeLonY" Johnson
Call of Duty
“The Thresher is an amazing headset, the audio is crisp and clear and their ear cups are super soft and very comfortable; perfect for long training sessions.”
Joseph "Joee" Pinnington
Call of Duty
“The Razer Thresher is very comfortable, its flexible body and soft ear cups allows it to form to my head, blocking external noise, making it much easier to focus during long practices.”