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Xbox One Wireless Controller  (model 1708)

Xbox One Wireless Controller

$89.95

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Xbox One Wireless Controller (model 1708) features enhanced comfort, a streamlined design, button remapping, and Bluetooth connectivity.

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Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708) connects over Bluetooth to Xbox One, Series X/S, PC, Apple & Android devices, as well as Titan One, Titan Two, Magic-NS & XIM APEX controller adapters.​
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Xbox Wireless Controller

Experience the enhanced comfort of the new Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708), featuring a sleeker, more streamlined design. Get up to twice the wireless range on Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One consoles. Plug in any compatible headset with the 3.5mm stereo headset jack. Remap buttons using Xbox Accessories app on Xbox One and PC.

Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708) is compatible with Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One, and works with Xbox One Chat Headset, Xbox One Stereo Headset, Xbox One Chatpad, and Xbox One Play & Charge Kit. With Bluetooth technology, play your favourite games on Windows 10 PC, Android and Apple devices.

Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708) works via Bluetooth with Titan One, Titan Two & Magic-NS controller adapters, as well as XIM APEX mouse & keyboard adapter and XIM NEXUS motion aim controller for console authentication. Xbox Wireless Controller also connects to Xbox Wireless Adapter on PC & Titan Two.

Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708) can be connected by a micro-USB cable (not included) to all controller adapters, and by USB only to CronusMAX PLUS and Brook Super Converters.

Xbox One Wireless Controller

Please review Conditions and FAQ prior to purchase.

Xbox Wireless Controller Contents

  • Xbox One (model 1708) Wireless Controller (black)
  • 2 x AA batteries

Xbox Wireless Controller Conditions

  • Connect via Bluetooth to Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, Windows 10, macOS Catalina, iPadOS 13, iOS 13, tvOS 13, Nvidia SHIELD TV and most Android phones & tablets.
  • Connect via USB to Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, Windows 10, macOS Catalina, Nvidia SHIELD TV, Titan One, Titan Two, Magic-NS and XIM APEX.
  • Connect via USB or Bluetooth to Titan One (wireless requires compatible Bluetooth adapter), Titan Two (wireless requires Titan Expansion Kit) and Magic-NS controller adapters.
  • Connect via USB to XIM APEX mouse & keyboard adapter on Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One for console authentication, or wirelessly when used as a cross-console controller on PlayStation 5 (PS4 games only) and PlayStation 4.
  • Connect via USB to XIM NEXUS motion aim controller for authentication on Xbox Series X / S and Xbox One.
  • Connect wirelessly to Xbox Wireless Adapter on PC and Titan Two (requires micro-SD card).
  • Connect via USB only to CronusMAX PLUS and Brook Super Converters.
  • Compatible with Xbox One Chat Headset, Xbox One Stereo Headset, Xbox One Chatpad, and Xbox One Play and Charge Kit.

Xbox Wireless Controller FAQ

Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1078) works with Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, Windows 10 PC, macOS Catalina, iOS 13, iPadOS 13, tvOS 13, Nvidia SHIELD TV and most Android phones & tablets.

Connect Xbox Wireless Controller to Xbox One using the console’s bind button:

  1. Turn on your Xbox One console.
  2. Insert AA batteries into the controller.
  3. Turn on your Xbox Wireless Controller by pressing and holding the Xbox button. The Xbox button is located on the front of the controller near the top. The Xbox button will flash.
  4. Press and release the bind button on the Xbox. On Xbox One X and Xbox One S, the bind button is on the front right, below the power button. On original Xbox One, the bind button is a circular button on the side, around the corner from the disc tray.
  5. Within 20 seconds, press and hold the controller’s Connect button near the left bumper until the controller’s Xbox button flashes a few times to indicate that it’s searching for a console. The Xbox button stays lit once it’s connected.

Troubleshoot Xbox Wireless Controller issues on Xbox One.

USB

Plug a micro-USB cable (not included) into the front of the Xbox Wireless Controller and plug the other end into your Windows 10 PC.

Xbox Wireless Adapter
  1. Connect the Xbox Wireless Adapter (not included) to your Windows 10 PC, then push the button on the Xbox Wireless Adapter.
  2. Make sure the Xbox Wireless Controller is powered on, and then press the controller Connect button. The controller LED will blink while it’s connecting. Once it connects, the LED on the adapter and controller both go solid.
Bluetooth
  1. Use Windows Update on your PC to download the latest system drivers for up-to-date compatibility.
  2. Turn on Bluetooth, or connect a compatible Bluetooth 4.0 Adapter (not included) so your PC can discover Bluetooth devices.
  3. On PC, select Start → Settings → Devices  → Bluetooth & other devices.
  4. Select “Add Bluetooth or other device”, then “Bluetooth” in the “Add a device” window.
  5.  Turn on the Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708) by pressing the Xbox button.
  6. Press the controller Connect button near the left bumper for three seconds and release.
  7. On PC, select “Xbox Wireless Controller > Pair”.

Troubleshoot Xbox One Bluetooth issues on Windows 10.

  1. Make sure your Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708) is turned on and is paired with a Windows 10 PC.
  2. Open the Steam app and go to Steam → Preferences → Controller → GENERAL CONTROLLER SETTINGS. Tick the box next to “Xbox Configuration Support”.
  3. Go to Steam → Preferences → Controller → DESKTOP CONFIGURATION and click BROWSE CONFIGS. Choose Templates and select the “Gamepad” config.

Refer to Connect a wireless game controller to your Apple device to connect and troubleshoot Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708) on macOS Catalina, iOS 13, iPadOS 13 and tvOS 13.

  1. Make sure your Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708) is turned on and is paired with macOS Catalina.
  2. Open the Steam app and go to Steam → Preferences → Controller → GENERAL CONTROLLER SETTINGS. Tick the box next to “Xbox Configuration Support”.
  3. Go to Steam → Preferences → Controller → DESKTOP CONFIGURATION and click BROWSE CONFIGS. Choose Templates and select the “Keyboard (WASD) and Mouse” config.
Phone or tablet
  1. On your Android phone or tablet, navigate to the Bluetooth setting (this may be called “Connected devices”) and enable Bluetooth.
  2. Turn the Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708) on by holding the Xbox button until the Xbox button lights up.
  3. Hold the Connect button near the left bumper on Xbox Wireless Controller for a few seconds until the Xbox button begins blinking rapidly.
  4. On your Android phone or tablet, tap “Pair new device” or “SCAN” to scan for nearby Bluetooth devices. “Xbox Wireless Controller” will appear after a few moments. Tap it to pair.
  5. The Android phone or tablet should show a connection to your Xbox Wireless Controller, and the Xbox button will stop blinking.
Nvidia SHIELD TV
  1. On your Nvidia SHIELD TV console, select the gear icon to open Settings.
  2. Turn the Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708) on by holding the Xbox button until the Xbox button lights up.
  3. Hold the Connect button near the left bumper on Xbox Wireless Controller for a few seconds until the Xbox button begins blinking rapidly.
  4. On your console, select “Remotes & Accessories”, then “Add Bluetooth device” to scan for nearby Bluetooth devices. “Xbox Wireless Controller” will appear after a few moments. Select it to pair.
  5. The console should show a connection to your Xbox Wireless Controller, and the Xbox button will stop blinking.

For PC, Apple and Android gaming, supported input methods will vary from game to game. Most modern games on Steam support Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708), DUALSHOCK 4 (PS4) and Nintendo Switch Pro controllers. Look for “Full controller support” in the game’s Store Page in Steam to check for gamepad support prior to purchasing or installing a PC game.

Xbox Wireless Controller will work in any game on all Xbox One consoles.

For console gaming via Titan One, Titan Two and Magic-NSXIM APEX, CronusMAX & Brook Super Converter controller adapters, Xbox Wireless Controller will work in any game on supported consoles.

Xbox Wireless Controller (model 1708) works wirelessly with Titan One, Titan Two and Magic-NS controller adapters, as well as XIM APEX mouse & keyboard adapter and XIM NEXUS motion aim controller for console authentication. Refer to the Conditions tab for device-specific requirements, and the FAQ tabs of individual product pages for setup and usage instructions.

Xbox Wireless Controller can be wired to the above adapters via USB, as well as controller adapters with no Bluetooth support for Xbox controllers, including Xbox to Switch Super Converter,  Xbox to PS4 Super Converter and CronusMAX PLUS.

Remove the battery cover and batteries from the Xbox Wireless Controller. The battery compartment label will say model 1708. 

Only model 1708 Xbox One controllers feature Bluetooth.

Refer to Attach an Xbox One Chat Headset to connect a chat headset to Xbox Wireless Controller.

Refer to Setup and troubleshoot your Xbox One Stereo Headset to connect a stereo headset to Xbox Wireless Controller.

Refer to All about the Xbox One Chatpad for chatpad setup and usage instructions.

Refer to Update your Xbox One Controller to learn how to update Xbox Wireless Controller on Xbox One or Windows 10 PC.

Xbox Wireless Controller buttons can be remapped on Xbox One consoles and Windows 10 PC.

Refer to How to customise an Xbox One Wireless Controller to remap controller buttons using the Xbox Accessories app on Xbox One.

Xbox Accessories app is available on Windows 10 PC and functions the same as the Xbox One app.

Please refer to the Support tab above for links to manuals, software, tutorials and/or troubleshooting. The product manufacturer has the knowledge and expertise to quickly diagnose and resolve common issues.

Please check the Conditions tab prior to purchase for Xbox Wireless Controller requirements and limitations.

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Refer to Troubleshoot your Xbox One wireless controller to resolve common issues with the Xbox One S Wireless Controller.

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