Turtle Beach delivers Stealth 600 wireless gaming headset

by - on September 16th, 2017

Turtle Beach has come up with their fair share of wireless gaming headsets in the past, including the Stealth series, but this time around, the company has worked on something very special for Xbox One consoles — having unveiled the Stealth 600 wireless gaming headset. This is a highly affordable wireless gaming headset that retails for all of $99 apiece, making it the first of its kind in the market that will take advantage of the Xbox’s wireless technology in order to hook up directly to the console — sans wires or pesky cables, of course.

With the name Turtle Beach in the picture, you can be sure that your ears will be treated to high quality game as well as chat audio. This is crucial when it comes to high stakes situations, where the clearest form of communication is always the ultimate aim, especially when it comes to a team game. The all-new Stealth 600 wireless surround sound headset will be compatible with the entire Xbox One family: the Xbox One, Xbox One S, and Xbox One X. It has been specially optimized to deliver immersive Windows Sonic surround sound (Windows Sonic Surround Sound happens to be Xbox One’s feature that touts to offer immersive virtual surround sound so that everything: movies, games, and music, will sound more true to life than ever before) as well as crystal clear chat via large, powerful 50mm speakers, while arriving alongside a new flip-up version of Turtle Beach’s renowned high-sensitivity microphone.

Not only that, there is the special ProSpecs Glasses Friendly and comfort-driven design which will keep company the exclusive Superhuman Hearing sound setting, ensuring that players will always have that competitive edge over their opponents in terms of hardware in a game.

There will only be limited quantities of the Stealth 600 being made available in the US, so make a beeline for it while supplies last!

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