Turtle Beach Announced Stealth 700/600 Gen 2 Headsets
Renowned headset maker Turtle Beach has officially confirmed that the Stealth 700 and Stealth 600 Gen 2 headsets will be releasing soon. These headsets will be successors to the successful Stealth headsets and the Gen 2 versions are refined, with a premium build and sleeker look, powerful game sound, clear chat through a larger flip-to-mute mic that seamlessly integrates into the earcup, and all-day comfort. The Stealth 600 Gen 2 will be releasing on August 16th and it’s compatible with the PS5 when it releases, while the Stealth 600 Gen 2 for Xbox One and Xbox Series X doesn’t release until September 20th and the Stealth 700 Gen 2 releases for both Xbox and PlayStation platforms on September 20th as well.
When the Stealth 600 Gen 2 headset releases for current and next-gen consoles, gamers can expect to drop $99.95 on the new headset, while the Stealth 700 Gen 2 will set them back $149.95. Both headsets take what made the first generation of Stealth 600/700 great and improve upon the formula for Turtle Beach fans to gravitate towards heading into the release of the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
“With our Stealth 700 and 600 Gen 2 wireless gaming headsets, we’ve delivered a stunning level of high-quality audio, comfort, and features that take these already best-selling products to an even higher level,” said CEO of Turtle Beach, Juergen Stark. “We fully expect the Gen 2s to continue as top-performing products in the market, as the Stealth 700 Gen 2 provides the ultimate premium wireless gaming audio experience for $149.95, and the Stealth 600 Gen 2 looks and sounds amazing and delivers everything gamers could ask for at $99.95″
“2020 continues to be a historic year for the gaming industry and the excitement continues as we head into the fall with a variety of AAA game launches and next generation consoles right around the corner, which we believe will also lead to further success for our Stealth 700 and 600 series headsets.”
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