Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2 Wireless Gaming Headset for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4

$99.95


About this item

  • Clear Game Chat - Re-designed Gen 2 Flip-to-mute mic now seamlessly integrates into the headset when muted, and a larger diameter mic provides clear chat
  • Competitive Audio Advantage - Hear every vital audio detail with Turtle Beach exclusive Superhuman Hearing sound setting and four signature audio presets.
  • Plush Comfort and Robust Construction - Soft, breathable ear cushions and integrated ProSpecs glasses relief system provides comfort for hours of gaming, and strong reinforced hinges and headband ensure long-lasting durability
  • Enhanced Audio for Gaming - Featuring refined ear cup acoustics and expertly tuned 50 millimeter speakers, for accurate, immersive audio providing you a distinct gameplay advantage
  • 15-hour battery life - Always be prepared to play with up to 15 hours of battery life per charge for a rock-solid console connection via a new wireless mini-USB transmitter

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Color:Black  |  Edition:Stealth 600 Gen 2

The Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2 is the successor to the best-selling Stealth 600 wireless gaming headset, dominates on PS5 & PS4, and features a new wireless mini-USB transmitter for a rock-solid connection. New for Stealth 600 Gen 2 is a larger flip-to-mute mic for refined chat clarity that integrates into the headset when muted, plus uniquely re-shaped, breathable ear cushions with ProSpecs technology provide glasses friendly comfort over long gaming sessions. Turtle Beach’s renowned Superhuman Hearing gives players the ultimate audio advantage, driven through precision-tuned 50mm speakers for a deeply immersive, undistorted audio experience. Sony has indicated that PS4 headsets will work on PS5. Turtle Beach anticipates the Stealth 600 Gen 2 will be compatible with PS5 and will confirm once testing is complete.


Product information Color:Black  |  Edition:Stealth 600 Gen 2 ASIN B08D46V1TK Release date August 16, 2020

-My headset completely died after a week, sent them back. maybe i got a bad cookie but they were not for me because they get uncomfortable after a hour.
Pros:
-Wow these are LOUD great bass and highs.
-Look way better than the V1
-USB type C
-Glasses friendly
Cons:
-connectivity issues (sometimes takes me 10-15 mins)
-I could never tell the battery level there is no more voice like the v1 which is a downgrade
-If you have a big head/ears with glasses get ready for a long painful break-in period.
-controls feel cheap
-Mic is no upgrade from the V1
-The software feels like it's from 2008
-Not as comfortable as the V1
-I could still hear the game music clearly with the V1 walking downstairs, not with the V2

I was excited to receive these as my old wired set of turtle beach headphones were wearing out. Unfortunately, these just couldn't maintain a connection between the receiver and the headset. The two times I was actually able to get the headset to pair, the audio dropped within 20 minutes, and I had to try to re-pair again.

I checked on the turtle beach website for new firmware and there's no update available for these. Very disappointed as someone who has had no issues with turtle beach headsets in the past.

This is a great headphone, it is very comfortable, the sound is fantastic and they are very easy to set up. The firmware update must be done on a PC, but it is very easy. It also automatically connects to PS4 at the push of a button, so there are no pairing problems.

I would recommend them to someone who wants good wireless headphones without spending a lot of money.

update: headphones last over 15 hours on one charge

After years my Playstation Gold headset finally broke, I presumed this Turtle Beach product would outperform the generic Sony brand and I was wrong. No chat/game rocker, only volume rocket and an In-ear monitor rocker for some reason. Pairing this device with the ps4 is a nightmare, if you don’t keep an active connection the headset will shut off in 5 minutes, you cant change this. If the connection is inactive for long enough you can no longer connect the headset to the ps4 simply by turning them on, you have to physically remove and replace the usb dongle from the ps4 to reconnect. Also, simply turning the headset off doesn’t reroute the audio back through the TV, you’ll have to go into settings and change the headset audio to Chat Only if you want TV audio without getting up to remove the dongle. Going back to my broken ps golds until the ps5 headset is released.

I had a turtle beach stealth 500 which i loved until they broke. So i decided on an upgrade to 600 2 gen. when i realized that the chat and game volume were not able to be adjusted separately i was very disappointed. you have to adjust chat volume on the console in chat. other than that they are comfortable as i wear glasses and despite the mic being by my cheek and not by my mouth people can still hear me.

I’m a long time Turtle Beach user and in this case Gen 1 Stealth 600z I wanted to like these Gen 2s, I really did. USB-C is nice. Aesthetics are improved.

However I am returning them. Here’s my condensed takeaway.

Connection issues. The mic will sometimes randomly disable itself, requiring a full power down and power on. The headphones will still work though. Awkward during game/lobby chat. There seems to be no rhyme or reason it happens. It’s just random. I’ll admit it doesn’t happen often though. Also sometimes turning the headset on does not turn it on despite getting the confirmation beeps: no audio. The headset seems to be fussy and doesn’t quite know what it’s doing at times.

Sound. Don’t bother with the reviews saying X sounds better than Y and vise verse when it comes to these models. The long story short is there’s no perceptible difference. They’re both fairly affordable gaming headsets. Anyone who says there’s a big difference doesn’t know what they’re talking about. I’m an audiophile and i’ll tell you the sound is just “good enough.” nothing more nothing less. And they’re roughly in the same ballpark in terms of sound quality.

Comfort. If you use these Gen 2s after the Gen 1s, you’ll notice the ear cushions on the Gen 2s aren’t as open as the Gen 1s so you’ll sort of hear yourself as if you were plugging your ears which can be disorienting when you talk. It’s an odd sensation. Also the cushions on the Gen 2 seem to be made of a stiff foam. While not uncomfortable the foam does squeak as you move your head and/or adjust the mic boom or volume buttons. Also the volume and mic wheels on the Gen 2s are awkward. I’m often confusing one for the other.

Another awkward thing is as you switch through the sound modes on the Gen 2s, there’s no audio cue to announce the mode you’re in. All there is is a beep and you kind of have to guess what mode you’re in.

Simply put I prefer the Gen 1s but wish for the USB-C and easier to control mic boom of the Gen 2s.

Love the fact that they are wireless. Headset is very comfortable and sound is great. The amplified sound and mic monitoring is one of the best features on this unit. Not only is the sound clear, you can hear yourself speaking so you’re not yelling in the house. Haven’t checked the battery charge time but 15 hours is more than enough for me.

I bought these for my fiance for his birthday. I researched lots as I had no idea what I was looking for and he hadn't stated a preference other than a headset. I found this one and took a chance and it is amazing.
It's really easy to connect it literally was plug in the connector to the USB port for the controller and use.
The sound is impeccable, really clear but not overpowering.
The mic flips up to mute talking if that's what you'd like.
Overall great quality and isn't overly priced either, really impressed