Turtle Beach’s new wireless headset works on PS5, Xbox and more


Turtle Beach has announced the Stealth 600 Gen 2 Max, a new $129.99 wireless headset that’s one of the few models that can work with Xbox and a myriad of other platforms. Typically, you get compatibility with either Xbox or other platforms like PlayStation, PC, and the Nintendo Switch dock, but not both. The USB-A audio transmitter included in this headset has a switch that can switch between wireless modes, ensuring compatibility no matter what system you’re on. It’s worth noting that SteelSeries offered similar functionality with its Arctis 1 wireless headset in early 2020 (albeit with a fancier USB-C dongle), but it’s still generally hard to find a headset that can accomplish this. feat.

Apart from this feature, the ins and outs of the Stealth 600 Gen 2 Max are very similar to Turtle Beach’s previous model released in late 2020. It includes a flip-up microphone, USB-C charging port, and two dials along the edge of the left ear cup – one for adjusting volume and another for fine-tuning game and chat audio. Alongside these dials you’ll also find a power button and a mode button, the latter of which is used to change audio profiles, including Turtle Beach’s “Superhuman Hearing” profile which amplifies sounds like footsteps for you. help gain the upper hand over your opponents. .

This is the dongle that comes with the Stealth 600 Gen 2 Max.
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There are just a few other minor changes worth noting. The Stealth 600 Gen 2 Max comes in black, red, or white camo colors, and Turtle Beach promises over 48 hours of battery life per charge. It would be great if the headset’s performance matches the company’s claims.

Turtle Beach also announced the Stealth 600 Gen 2 USB, a $99.99 wireless headset that removes Xbox compatibility. The company claims to offer over 24 hours of battery life per charge (improving on the standard Stealth 600 Gen 2’s 15 hour claim). Those differences aside, it’s identical to the Max, as well as the previous Stealth 600 Gen 2 model.

Both headsets will be available for pre-order starting April 3, 2022, and Turtle Beach expects them to release in May.

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