Turtle Beach has lifted the covers off its latest headset range, providing alternatives for PS4 and Xbox players, along with popping in some cans that’ll support Microsoft’s next gen-console too.
You’ve got two choices per system family members, aided by the Stealth 700 and Stealth 600 headsets already available to pre-order at $149.95 (£129.99) and $99.95 (£89.99) respectively. That converts roughly to AU$225 and AU$155 for Australian gamers. They will hit shops in September.
There are many key distinctions across both headsets for both platforms. Looking first during the Stealth 700 and 600 show for Xbox One, Xbox One S and Xbox One X players, you can benefit from Microsoft’s brand new Xbox cordless technology to get in touch the headsets, making the setup process since straightforward as its in order to connect a controller on system.
They will take advantage of Microsoft’s Windows Sonic for headphones too to push “immersive” surround sound, and you’ll additionally be able to utilize all of them with the system’s new Dolby Atmos functionality.
If you would like make use of the two headsets with Computer then it’s somewhat easier utilizing the Stealth 700, which consists of Bluetooth. At The Same Time, if you want to use the Stealth 600 you will need to use the exact same wireless dongle that’s employed for connecting Xbox controllers to Computer.
For the PS4 form of the Stealth 700 series, it’s using DTS: Headphone:X surround noise tech to deliver 7.1 channel surround sound, utilizing the PS4 Steal 600 making use of Turtle Beach Virtual Surround Sound alternatively.
Apart from the Bluetooth connectivity regarding Xbox version of the 700, the primary difference between the 600 and 700 is the active noise termination regarding latter. The 700 recreations a slightly more premium design, too, with synthetic leather-based used in the construction.
Across both show and gaming console families, the 700 and 600 use 50mm motorists, plus talk mic that can be flipped up and out of the way you should definitely used. Both Stealth 700 and 600 use Turtle Beach’s ProSpecs design to make for lots more comfortable long-lasting play for eyeglasses wearers.
Regrettably we had beenn’t capable tune in to the headphones for ourselves to understand whether their quality of sound can match up to their impressive directory of features, but we’re anticipating placing the headsets through our complete review process once they’re released.