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Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2 Wireless Gaming Headset for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S
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- Xbox Wireless Xbox Wireless provides you with a best-in-class wireless gaming audio experience by letting you connect your headset directly to your Xbox without an adapter, the same way your Xbox wireless controller connects to the console. Xbox Wireless automatically configures the headset’s connection, so just turn-on the headset and start playing.
- Windows Sonic* Windows Sonic delivers immersive virtual surround sound and precise, distortion-free 3D audio to bring your games, movies and music to life. *Windows Sonic provided by Microsoft for Xbox and compatible Windows 10 PCs. Compatible with Dolby Atmos for Headphones, subject to availability through Microsoft update. Additional purchase may be required.
- Gen 2 Flip-to-Mute Mic Turtle Beach improves voice chat once again with a larger, high-sensitivity, high performance microphone. The Gen 2 mic improves chat clarity and seamlessly integrates into the headset design when flipped up to mute.
- Better Fit, Bigger Sound Uniquely shaped ear cushions with soft, breathable material improves comfort for long gameplay sessions and allows for a wider audio soundstage and greater depth perception.
- Robust Construction Strengthened headband and hinge design ensures durability and proper functionality just like the day you bought them over long-term usage.
- Batteries : 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 21.7 x 9.5 x 24.3 cm; 580.6 Grams
- Release date : 25 September 2020
- ASIN : B08D44W56B
- Item Model Number : TBS-2315-01
- Country of origin : Vietnam
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The Turtle Beach® Stealth™ 600 Gen 2 is the sequel to the best-selling Stealth 600 wireless gaming headset, designed to excel on Xbox One and Xbox Series X featuring Xbox Wireless direct-to-console technology and Windows Sonic surround sound. New for the Stealth™ 600 Gen 2 is a larger flip-to-mute mic refines chat clarity and seamlessly integrates into the headset when muted. Uniquely re-shaped, breathable ear cushions and exclusive ProSpecs™ glasses friendly design provide comfort over the longest gaming sessions. Turtle Beach’s renowned Superhuman Hearing® gives players the ultimate advantage, driven through precision-tuned 50mm speakers that provide an immersive, undistorted audio experience.
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Editted to add - I have since had to return to them for an exchange as they won't recharge.
Editted to add again - Replacement received and worked well for 4 or 5 weeks, then stopped charging. Junk.
By Chris on 22 March 2021
Sound quality is excellent for the price.
By Tyler on 22 June 2021
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The good: Sound is clear, adjustable, and surround, and the headset is comfortable. You adjust it in your Xbox settings and tell it you have surround sound on and everything changes. It's amazing. The sound is so clear and the volume is great! One problem I had with other sets is that the sound was too low. This one hasn't got that problem at all. It has volume adjustments for both game and party chat right on the side of the headset. Excellent because honestly, I don't like having to go into the xbox sound settings to adjust that. The ear pieces are very comfortable and lightweight. I wear glasses and most headsets push my glasses in on my head and it's kinda uncomfortable. This headset doesn't push on my glasses at all and is super comfortable.
The bad: The only thing bad I can think of to say about this headset is that the pad on the top of the headband is an odd kinda foam feeling pad. I think after a while it'll wear down. I like the cloth strap better on the Arctis, but hey, can we really have everything?
The important: When you get your headset, before you even sync it, plug it into a computer. Download the update program from Turtle Beach, and do your firmware update! If you do this, you won't have any problems with the mic monitoring that everybody is complaining about. DO YOUR UPDATE! It even comes with a paper inside telling you to update your firmware! If you fail to do so, your issues are not a problem with the headset...they're with your head.
Online it looked pretty awesome, I expected it to look the same in person but I was let down as it looks and feels cheap. It's pretty much plastic and basic cushioning. It also marks really easily, mine was already slightly scratched when it arrived but as it was clear that it'll get more marked in the future I wasn't too bothered. The Controls are packed together and look messy and badly designed. It really doesn't wow when you look at it but in comparison to my current headset it's a massive upgrade.
I'm not a sound boffin for sure but I do own a pair of Sony wh-1000xm3 which are a fantastic headset for sound and noise cancellation but I always had issues using it wirelessly with Xbox (would have to use the xbox app on my phone to voice chat in parties). I have to be honest the sound quality is kind of close but I wouldn't use it for music. At times some parts of music isn't as clear or defined as it is with my Sony headset, so if Im honest I prefer my Sony ones as they have more depth and definition. I love the superhuman hearing mode and I will admit it was a big selling point for me. It works great, especially when you need to be sneaky sneaky. There have been moments of sound drops when listening to Spotify and in Game Play but nothing really noticeable and it only lasts a split second. I have to say playing Destiny2 with these on have been such a game changer, music is so much clearer and game play is so much more indepth, I feel drawn in more and its really rather immersive. Didn't realise how good the soundtrack on this game was until I started using these. However it doesn't block out outside noise as well as I thought it would, maybe my Sony headset has spoilt me too much, but this wasn't too much of a big deal as I didn't buy it for noise cancellation.
I was worried about this alot due to alot of reviews I read, and they were right it is pretty tight, because I've got a small head it hasn't bothered me too much or caused any pain but I'm not sure how others would cope. Unlike my current gaming headset, its super comfortable after a couple of minutes. Even forgot it was on at one point. Ear cushions, despite their cheap look, are comfortable and the head band is comfy too.
As these headsets are made to be used with Xbox I wasn't really that worried about connecting it to my xbox except for the reviews online about communication issues. I have the Series X and Xbox One and it connects to each flawlessly. It is so simple to connect them and I've not experienced any issues whilst using them. I honestly have no idea how and why others have struggled or run into issues in this department. It turns on my consoles (which ever one its paired too) when you turn it on, which is a feature I love, and so far the process has been flawless, so easy and one of the main reasons I didn't return it.
I love the flip to mute thing but if im honest I don't use it that much when I'm gaming with my party. I also find it annoying that the slightest touch or graze of my hair gives uncomfortable feedback, its super sensitive. My friends advise that they can hear me very clearly and commented in game at how much better it is than before. So that's a positive.
So the design of these looks congested and cheap yet again. The plastic feel of it is obvious in use, its a little dissapointing, however it works like a dream. I love that I can easily switch sound modes, not sure why superhuman hearing mode is selected via the power button (that seems like a bit of a design flaw) but what I love about it the most is the ease of changing the chat volumes and game volumes so you can hear your friends so much clearer.
I dont know why I was expecting more but I was, the software is nice to look at but gives you only two sound options to play about with (unless there's more magically hidden somewhere) but, as advised by the instructions, I updated the firmware straight after I got it out of the box and that process was pretty straight forward and swift. App itself will only be used for firmware updates and can be simply downloaded from App stores.
Honestly, there are a lot of other headphones on the market which are more affordable and have the same tech stats. I went for this brand and model based mainly on its Xbox wireless compatibility. The only reason I didn't go for the stealth 700 is because I won't be using it with anything else but my xbox consoles (I use my Sony headphones for everything else). The external design and appearance makes it look cheap and not worth the price tag. I'm not sure why it's so expensive especially, as preciously stated, there are so many other variants out there with the same tech spec, lower price and better design. Personally, after buying it, I would say its worth £50-60 and not £90.
Its not a bad headset in use. Mic is clear altho a bit sensitive. Sound is great and immerses you into the game really well but doesn't block outside noise well so if you live in a noise household these would be a waste of money for you. It's comfortable for long gaming sessions with no issues (6 hours) despite its initial tightness and connecting to my consoles was beyond easy. However, overall its design, features and price do not coinside. Its cheap looking and cheap feeling. For nearly £100 this headset does not look and feel like its worth it. I'm almost embarrassed by it and if I'm really honest I wish I had spent a bit more on a more attractive headset with a less annoying mic and better sound (I like listening to Spotify on xbox). Still, it's great for now but doesn't feel like it'll last, I have a sneaky suspicion those reviews about its fragility are right. If you want a headset to look, feel and work like the money you paid for it I wouldn't buy this one. I would invest in another headset. If you're not too worried about design and just want a headset with no nonsense console connectivity, semi immersive sound and clear mic then this may be just for you.
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the sound is very good, not perfect but unless you pay £200+ for headset then this is the best sound you can get. The modes offer great variety like bass boost, vocal boost, superhuman sound etc but for normal games I would recommend sticking to the standard setting. Superhuman sound works like a charm in online games like COD, Gears etc and massively identifies footsteps making it very easy to know where your enemy is, this does make the sound quite tinny but it’s a must have in competitive online games, helping you get those extra kills that could make the difference. I heard people complaining about button placement on the back but I have had zero issues with switching volume levels for game or chat and have always hit the correct button for modes/power off. The mic is excellent and I love the fact it can be quickly tucked into the headset which also mutes the mic. Mic quality is superb, no voice loss and it’s very loud and clear, so much so my friend said he was glad I had it as it never made unwanted noises and was crisp. In terms of updating the firmware via PC I wouldn’t worry about it as the last update was mid 2020 which the headset comes with installed, if you have no PC it’s no problem. Overall a wonderful headset that has excellent audio, fits well with no discomfort and the mic stands out as being superb. Plus it’s the easiest headset I’ve ever set up. 9/10
After finally bagging a Series X I decided a new wireless headset would be beneficial.
I've known about Turtlebeach for a very long time but I haven't bought their products before.
I've known people over the years who have raved about Turtlebeach headsets including my great nephew.
After reading various reviews I decided to give these a go.
Firstly, anyone who has complained about the volume has not updated the firmware.
The Turtlebeach app let's you set the maximum volume which makes sense if young kids are using them. Otherwise when set to maximum in the app and on the volume control it's more than loud enough.
The Dolby Atmos app on the Xbox store is well worth the few quid.
Setting up the headset was a doddle and a quick check in the console settings to make sure Dolby Atmos had been selected.
Now, I've only been using them for a few hours but I will update this review if I get any problems.
In game sound is just phoenominal, you have to experience it to understand it and I never knew what I had been missing in game play.
The microphone is probably the best design I've come across and easy to pull down and push back.
You get a beep on the left to let you know the microphone is active or deactivated.
Build quality seems quite good as well and seems well designed.
There is a mode button for sound presets, which are Signature sound, Bass boost, Bass and treble boost and Vocal boost.
I'm really impressed with these and honestly I can't find anything to say against them.
I've also ordered a pair for my great nephew and they will inhance our gameplay.