LucidSound, creators of gaming audio hardware, announced today that it will offer officially-licensed audio products for Xbox One and Xbox One S.

LucidSound is a new name in the audio gaming scene, which began shipping their first gaming headset in March 2016 and now have three distinctive styles of headphones, each acclaimed for their focus on audio quality and innovative control.

“The Xbox brand is synonymous with premium gaming and delivering experiences unmatched in interactive entertainment. We can now specifically develop and engineer audio products for the Xbox family of devices, and couldn’t be prouder to be partnering with Microsoft to deliver the next generation of audio to eager fans,” said Chris Von Huben, CEO of LucidSound. “The LucidSound range of products have captured the imagination of gamers, distinguishing themselves from competitors through modern aesthetics, innovative controls and unrivalled audio performance. We’re excited to take our expertise to the Xbox audience and believe that today’s announcement will be a major source of growth for our company in the years ahead.”

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LucidSound is committed to designing premium quality audio products for gamers. Every team member of LucidSound hails from a gaming audio background with a vision to deliver world-class audio to the interactive entertainment sector. Uncompromising in its insistence for audio excellence, the company crafts audio products specifically for the needs of gamers. Strikingly different in appearance from traditional gaming hardware, the LucidSound family of products unlock the emotion and intensity of modern gaming audio, elevating the experience for gamers everywhere.

LucidSound currently create and ship the following three styles of gaming headphones: the LS30 Wireless Universal Gaming Headset, the LS20 Amplified Universal Gaming Headset and the newly released LS40 Wireless Surround Universal Gaming Headset. The new range of licensed Xbox audio products will offer features tailored to the Xbox gamer with further details expected later this year.