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Turtle Beach has announced that its award-winning Stealth 600 Gen 2 MAX and Stealth 600 Gen 2 USB wireless gaming headsets for PlayStation are now available. Priced at $129.99 and $99.99, respectively, the former offers immersive wireless 3D audio, long-lasting 48+ hours of battery life, and compatibility with additional gaming systems, while the latter features 24+ hours of battery life and maintains the 600’s original attractive MSRP.

“Our Stealth 600 MAX and USB models for PlayStation give gamers on PS5 and PS4 the premium sound and comfort they desire, plus exclusive Turtle Beach audio features like Superhuman Hearing for a competitive advantage,” said Juergen Stark, Chairman and CEO, Turtle Beach Corporation. “The Stealth 600 Gen 2 MAX uses 50mm speakers compared to 40mm for most competitors in this price range, and now it delivers the same powerful, lag-free wireless audio for Nintendo Switch and Windows PCs. Combined with an upgraded battery life, we expect the Stealth 600 series to continue to lead the category.”

From a Turtle Beach press release:

Leading gaming accessories maker Turtle Beach Corporation (NASDAQ: HEAR) today announced the Stealth 600 Gen 2 MAX and Stealth 600 Gen 2 USB wireless gaming headsets for PlayStation are now available at participating retailers. The Stealth 600 Gen 2 MAX for PlayStation adds longer battery life and expanded compatibility to the acclaimed set of features that have made Turtle Beach’s Stealth 600 series headsets award-winning, best-selling products for years. The Stealth 600 Gen 2 USB for PlayStation also extends battery performance while maintaining the 600’s original attractive $99 MSRP. The Stealth 600 Gen 2 MAX for PlayStation comes in Black, Midnight Red, and Arctic Camo for $129.99 MSRP, while the Stealth 600 Gen 2 USB for PlayStation comes in Black with Blue trim or White with Blue trim for $99.99 MSRP.

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3 comments

  1. I had some kind of Turtle Beach sound card eons ago. I didn't know they were still around, probably in name only.
    Yeah my experience with them was from their old-school PC sound cards, but in the late 2000s I did get a headset from them. Haven't really noticed them since.
  2. I had a headset from them back in then day that actually had 3 drivers in each ear cup for sound. It plugged into the sound card/motherboard 3 times to get all of the channels. It was BONKERS. lol. Not sure if it worked any better than the pseudo surround of headphones today.

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