Plantronics Launches GameCom X40 Wired Stereo Headset for Xbox 360

Plantronics expanded its award-winning family of wireless and corded GameCom headsets for the Xbox 360 with new GameCom X40 Wired Stereo Headset, designed for Xbox 360 users that enhance gaming experiences through rich, vibrant audio.


The new Plantronics GameCom X40 Stereo Headset is a corded headset that features the same 40mm speakers as the Plantronics GameCom X95 Wireless Stereo Headsets for exceptional stereo sound.

The Plantronics GameCom X40 Stereo Headset has also eliminated cumbersome in-line controls by placing separate volume and audio control buttons on the ear pods itself making it more easier to use.

The Plantronics GameCom X40 Corded Stereo Headset is extremely lightweight and features specially designed cushioned earpods and headband that redistribute pressure for a great fit.

Designed especially for Xbox 360 users, the wired stereo headset features concealed mic-boom that hides into the headband and out of your way. Specially designed earpods redistribute the pressure for long wearing comfort.

Plantronics also introduced refreshed versions of the GameCom X30 and GameCom X10 corded headsets for the Xbox 360.

GameCom X40 Stereo Headset Key Features

  • Stereo gaming headset for Xbox 360®
  • Hide-away mic boom
  • Comfortable earpods
  • Easy-to-use on-ear controls
  • Closed-ear design
  • Rich stereo sound

“We engineered the new GameCom products to give gamers what value most in a great headset: outstanding audio performance, plug-and-play simplicity and comfortable designs,” said Matt Miller, Senior Director, Entertainment Products, Plantronics. “The mix of wireless stereo, Bluetooth and corded products also gives consumers more choices, so they can find a solution that meets their individual preference and style.”

Pricing and Availability

The new Plantronics GameCom X40 Wireless Stereo Headset for Xbox 360 is available today at for $59.99 or about Rs. 2,730. The new GameCom products will be available globally in early 2011. For more information about the new GameCom products, please visit

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