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So I swapped my One X and lo and behold I had a controller disconnect in under 1/2 hour. On Eneloops. So I figured it must be something in my environment. I did a network wifi scan and determined 2.4 channel 1 was basically unused around me (very very faint signal on that channel coming from somewhere). For whatever reason my AP was broadcasting on channel 3. So I moved it to 1 - and last night I gamed for 3 hours w/o a disconnect using the Play/Charge battery.

Maybe I got it.
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Good to know, wasn't sure that they can be charged in the controller or if they had to be removed and charged in the included charger.
Standard rechargeable batteries like Enloops have to be removed from the controller to charge. Some battery packs like the MS Play and Charge can be charged while in the controller.

When the controller is connected to the USB cable with Enloops installed, the USB power bypasses the batteries so the controller can be used as a wired controller.
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Is there any reason not to choose the X1X Scorpio version over the regular X1X? (Same Price)
I've been looking for an upgrade over my old 1080p XBO and almost committed to an "S" a month ago.
But kept putting it off until my Holiday bills were paid off.

I just put an XBO X Scorpio on reserve at the local Best Buy this morning
Will be likely be picking it up on the way home today (unless someone talks me out of it).

Looking forward to some 4K HDR/ATMOS Gaming
(and 4K HDR Netflix with ATMOS)

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I already have a couple 4K/UHD players, (Panasonic UB900/Oppo 203)
So likely won't use the X1X for playing 4K UHD's or Blurays.





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Is there any reason not to choose the X1X Scorpio version over the regular X1X? (Same Price)
I've been looking for an upgrade over my old 1080p XBO and almost committed to an "S" a month ago.
But kept putting it off until my Holiday bills were paid off.

I just put an XBO X Scorpio on reserve at the local Best Buy this morning
Will be likely be picking it up on the way home today (unless someone talks me out of it).

Looking forward to some 4K HDR/ATMOS Gaming
(and 4K HDR Netflix with ATMOS)

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and a pair of near field Velodyne 15's right behind the MLP.

I already have a couple 4K/UHD players, (Panasonic UB900/Oppo 203)
So likely won't use the X1X for playing 4K UHD's or Blurays.





Some people prefer the look of the vanilla xb1x apart from that and the scorpio edition in the controller nothing is different
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Some people prefer the look of the vanilla xb1x apart from that and the scorpio edition in the controller nothing is different
I have limited storage space for more components,
so the included vertical stand appealed to me over anything else
...and as long as it's not White, I'm happy.


[EDIT] This just in... (also have Ghost Recon Wildlands on the way from amazon)



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.....but looking forward to a replay with ATMOS.
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Is there any reason not to choose the X1X Scorpio version over the regular X1X? (Same Price)
I've been looking for an upgrade over my old 1080p XBO and almost committed to an "S" a month ago.
But kept putting it off until my Holiday bills were paid off.

I just put an XBO X Scorpio on reserve at the local Best Buy this morning
Will be likely be picking it up on the way home today (unless someone talks me out of it).

Looking forward to some 4K HDR/ATMOS Gaming
(and 4K HDR Netflix with ATMOS)

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and a pair of near field Velodyne 15's right behind the MLP.

I already have a couple 4K/UHD players, (Panasonic UB900/Oppo 203)
So likely won't use the X1X for playing 4K UHD's or Blurays.





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Is there any reason not to choose the X1X Scorpio version over the regular X1X? (Same Price)
I've been looking for an upgrade over my old 1080p XBO and almost committed to an "S" a month ago.
But kept putting it off until my Holiday bills were paid off.

I just put an XBO X Scorpio on reserve at the local Best Buy this morning
Will be likely be picking it up on the way home today (unless someone talks me out of it).

Looking forward to some 4K HDR/ATMOS Gaming
(and 4K HDR Netflix with ATMOS)

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and a pair of near field Velodyne 15's right behind the MLP.

I already have a couple 4K/UHD players, (Panasonic UB900/Oppo 203)
So likely won't use the X1X for playing 4K UHD's or Blurays.





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White... Black... They're all good...
So an interesting tid bit about rechargeable AA batteries. The typical alkaline LR6 AA batteries are rated at 1.5+ volts, and may dip under load, and steadily drop in voltage over time. Most (if not all) of the rechargeable AA batteries are rated at 1.2 V. The custom play and charge kit battery is a 3.0 V Lithium Ion pack. The Eneloops etc are NiMH.

Thus, theoretically, the play and charge kit supplies a higher voltage (3.0 vs 2.4) vs 2 AA rechargeable packs. Thus, that 'should' mean better 'performance'.

It is probably the reason why on the Xbox website, they recommend using Alkaline AA or the Li Ion pack as there could be 'performance' issues with rechargeable packs. https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-...g-aa-batteries

On the next page of that link, they do say that standard AA rechargeable batteries do work with the Xbox one controller, but I wonder what the 'performance' issues are? I personally have never had an issue with either the play and charge kit or the Eneloops.

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It is probably the reason why on the Xbox website, they recommend using Alkaline AA or the Li Ion pack as there could be 'performance' issues with rechargeable packs. https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-...g-aa-batteries

On the next page of that link, they do say that standard AA rechargeable batteries do work with the Xbox one controller, but I wonder what the 'performance' issues are? I personally have never had an issue with either the play and charge kit or the Eneloops.
I can't stand normal alkaline batteries for the Xbox controllers. They die so fast under the same amount of usage compared to the Eneloops. The fastest way to get rid of alkalines is to stick them in a game controller.
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That voltage won't hold up under current. Look at the enoloop voltage over time. It's pretty spectacular

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Good to know, wasn't sure that they can be charged in the controller or if they had to be removed and charged in the included charger.
No, it can't charge Eneloops. What he meant is plug into the console directly and become a wired controller. Honestly, I don't know who has the 10ft USB cable for that

I looked into black Eneloop Pros and decided against it. Only advantage of Pro is larger capacity. But it also loss charges faster than regular Eneloops and significantly less recharge cycles /life spans. So over the time, the black Eneloop Pro capacity will quickly drop below the regular Eneloop.

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Standard rechargeable batteries like Enloops have to be removed from the controller to charge. Some battery packs like the MS Play and Charge can be charged while in the controller.

When the controller is connected to the USB cable with Enloops installed, the USB power bypasses the batteries so the controller can be used as a wired controller.
The XBox gives you plenty of warning that the batteries are low before they need to be replaced. For me, the last thing I want is to be tethered to cable. I take the rechargeable batteries out and put in a pair batteries that have been previously charged.
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Some people prefer the look of the vanilla xb1x apart from that and the scorpio edition in the controller nothing is different
The Scorpio also includes a vertical stand. That was the main reason I got the Scorpio. But it also worked out in my favor since Best Buy screwed the launch availability and gave me a $75 gift card because of that. And I still got the Scorpio a day or two later.
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So an interesting tid bit about rechargeable AA batteries. The typical alkaline LR6 AA batteries are rated at 1.5+ volts, and may dip under load, and steadily drop in voltage over time. Most (if not all) of the rechargeable AA batteries are rated at 1.2 V. The custom play and charge kit battery is a 3.0 V Lithium Ion pack. The Eneloops etc are NiMH.

Thus, theoretically, the play and charge kit supplies a higher voltage (3.0 vs 2.4) vs 2 AA rechargeable packs. Thus, that 'should' mean better 'performance'.

It is probably the reason why on the Xbox website, they recommend using Alkaline AA or the Li Ion pack as there could be 'performance' issues with rechargeable packs. https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-...g-aa-batteries

On the next page of that link, they do say that standard AA rechargeable batteries do work with the Xbox one controller, but I wonder what the 'performance' issues are? I personally have never had an issue with either the play and charge kit or the Eneloops.
Rechargeables tend to hold the voltage steady under load. So, if the device can work for lower voltage rechargeables, it will not have any impact on performance. I have used regular Eneloops since Xbox 360 days, day 1 Xbox one and now Xbox One S, and never encountered any performance problems or disconnects. My regular play distance is 10ft+.

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So an interesting tid bit about rechargeable AA batteries. The typical alkaline LR6 AA batteries are rated at 1.5+ volts, and may dip under load, and steadily drop in voltage over time. Most (if not all) of the rechargeable AA batteries are rated at 1.2 V. The custom play and charge kit battery is a 3.0 V Lithium Ion pack. The Eneloops etc are NiMH.

Thus, theoretically, the play and charge kit supplies a higher voltage (3.0 vs 2.4) vs 2 AA rechargeable packs. Thus, that 'should' mean better 'performance'.

It is probably the reason why on the Xbox website, they recommend using Alkaline AA or the Li Ion pack as there could be 'performance' issues with rechargeable packs. https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-...g-aa-batteries

On the next page of that link, they do say that standard AA rechargeable batteries do work with the Xbox one controller, but I wonder what the 'performance' issues are? I personally have never had an issue with either the play and charge kit or the Eneloops.
I've been using Eneloop or equivalent rechargeable batteries with my XBoxes since the XB1S launched(With the XB1 FAt I used the rechargeable battery packs).
The rechargeable batteries have never caused me any issues with the controllers with two XB1S systems or the XB1X scorpio. I consistently get over two dozen hours of play per charge with the rechargeable batteries. And no dropouts either.

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For the past 2.5 years I've been using the Play & Charge rechargeable pack for my XBO, No issues at all.
I don't even think it was the official MS unit either ...may have been Insignia?

I read a review somewhere that said it may be too large to fit the new X controller though? (hard to believe)

I may give the Eneloop rechargeable system a try with the new X,
Having a Pair and a Spare makes more sense with no down time between charges.

Does it matter which one (The Pro is about $5 more) 2100 recharges vs 500 ?

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For the past 2.5 years I've been using the Play & Charge rechargeable pack for my XBO, No issues at all.
I don't even think it was the official MS unit either ...may have been Insignia?

I read a review somewhere that said it may be too large to fit the new X controller though? (hard to believe)
FWIW, I have the original/Microsoft Play and Charge kit from the XB1 launch, and it fits and plays fine with the 1X.

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honestly, both batteries will last far longer than realistically needed. go with whatever's on sale.

for me, I can go about a week on a single charge, playing 3 hours a day. so that's 52 charges a year. 2100 recharges? 500 recharges?
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Can someone try and replicate the problem I’m having???

Ok so I have a Vizio m55-e0

It’s suppose to have slightly lower input lag in 4k hdr then 1080

I have the new cod ww2 and it looks great but


In 4k hdr the lag is highly noticeable. Mid game I can go to settings and disable 4k. Playin 1080 and it’s very responsive. Can anyone replicate this and see what if you get the same results???

Yes I am in game mode and have the correct settings for the lowest lag....

I’ve tried everything to fix it

I’m wondering if maybe the device rtings used just produced different results then using an actual game console??




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No, it can't charge Eneloops. What he meant is plug into the console directly and become a wired controller. Honestly, I don't know who has the 10ft USB cable for that


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For the past 2.5 years I've been using the Play & Charge rechargeable pack for my XBO, No issues at all.
I don't even think it was the official MS unit either ...may have been Insignia?

I read a review somewhere that said it may be too large to fit the new X controller though? (hard to believe)

I may give the Eneloop rechargeable system a try with the new X,
Having a Pair and a Spare makes more sense with no down time between charges.

Does it matter which one (The Pro is about $5 more) 2100 recharges vs 500 ?

I only have a couple of devices that need the pro batteries. My blood pressure monitor is one of them. It won't work with the regular Eneloops. But has no problem with the pro rechargeables.

I use AA, AAA, and 9 volt rechargeable batteries in everything now, except my Keen Smart Vents. So I have over 100 rechargeable batteries now in use. Plus a dozen or so of the AA and AAA rechargeables ready to use when the ones in use get low.

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Gameplay in SW Battlefront II looks great in 4K HDR but man o man the cut scenes look like trash.
Yeah that's what I thought as well, every thing else looks incredible...been playing Mortal Kombat and can't get enough, looks absolutely stunning!
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For the past 2.5 years I've been using the Play & Charge rechargeable pack for my XBO, No issues at all.
I don't even think it was the official MS unit either ...may have been Insignia?

I read a review somewhere that said it may be too large to fit the new X controller though? (hard to believe)

I may give the Eneloop rechargeable system a try with the new X,
Having a Pair and a Spare makes more sense with no down time between charges.

Does it matter which one (The Pro is about $5 more) 2100 recharges vs 500 ?

I use the regular ones in my controllers w/o any issues.
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For the past 2.5 years I've been using the Play & Charge rechargeable pack for my XBO, No issues at all.
I don't even think it was the official MS unit either ...may have been Insignia?

I read a review somewhere that said it may be too large to fit the new X controller though? (hard to believe)

I may give the Eneloop rechargeable system a try with the new X,
Having a Pair and a Spare makes more sense with no down time between charges.

Does it matter which one (The Pro is about $5 more) 2100 recharges vs 500 ?

Been using the black version for awhile now. fantastic performance, they last forever.

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Can someone try and replicate the problem I’m having???

Ok so I have a Vizio m55-e0

It’s suppose to have slightly lower input lag in 4k hdr then 1080

I have the new cod ww2 and it looks great but


In 4k hdr the lag is highly noticeable. Mid game I can go to settings and disable 4k. Playin 1080 and it’s very responsive. Can anyone replicate this and see what if you get the same results???

Yes I am in game mode and have the correct settings for the lowest lag....

I’ve tried everything to fix it

I’m wondering if maybe the device rtings used just produced different results then using an actual game console??




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It could be that the Xbox is struggling to pump out real 4K @60p graphics. Not necessary the fault of TV.
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It could be that the Xbox is struggling to pump out real 4K @60p graphics. Not necessary the fault of TV.
I'd doubt that is the issue, especially since he is talking about input lag.


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Can someone try and replicate the problem I’m having???

Ok so I have a Vizio m55-e0

It’s suppose to have slightly lower input lag in 4k hdr then 1080

I have the new cod ww2 and it looks great but


In 4k hdr the lag is highly noticeable. Mid game I can go to settings and disable 4k. Playin 1080 and it’s very responsive. Can anyone replicate this and see what if you get the same results???

Yes I am in game mode and have the correct settings for the lowest lag....

I’ve tried everything to fix it

I’m wondering if maybe the device rtings used just produced different results then using an actual game console??




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Do you have any other HDR games to try and test how the input lag is?

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Silly question, is GAME mode turned on?
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