Turtle Beach Stealth Gaming Headsets: 300 vs. 350VR vs. 600 vs. 700 Features Comparison

Tuttle Beach recently released the 300 headset. So how does this new product compare against the other gaming headsets in the Stealth series. You can find out in our comparison guide of the Turtle Beach Stealth 300, 350VR, 600 and 700 Gaming Headsets below.

Pricing

You can check out the current price tags for the four aforementioned headsets on Amazon with the following links:

What’s Included in the Box

The Stealth 300 comes with the headset, micro USB charging cable, quick start guide and Turtle Beach sticker.

The Stealth 350VR includes the headset, long audio cable, short audio cable as well as a starter guide.

The package of the Stealth 600 has the gaming headset, USB transmitter, USB charging cable, quick starter guide in addition to a Turtle Beach Sticker.

Last but not least, the box for the Stealth 700 comes with the headset, USB transmitter, USB charging cable, digital optical cable (Toslink to Mini-Toslink), quick start guide as well as a Turtle Beach sticker.

Platform Compatibility

The PS4 version of the Turtle Beach Stealth 300 Gaming Headset is compatible with the regular PlayStation 4, PlayStation 4 Pro Nintendo Switch and mobile platforms. The Xbox One version of the 300 is compatible with the Xbox One, Xbox One S and Xbox One X; moreover, it can also be used for PC, Nintendo Switch, mobile and other platforms without the Xbox-specific features.

The Turtle Beach Stealth 350VR Gaming Headset is compatible with PlayStation VR of the PlayStation 4 in addition to the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift of the PC. It can also be used as a regular headset, without any of the VR features, on the PC, Nintendo Switch and other platforms.

The PS4 version of the Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gaming Headset can be used for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro while the Xbox One version of the product is compatible with the Xbox One, Xbox One S and Xbox One X. Both versions can also be used as a regular headset with the PC, Nintendo Switch and other platforms without any of the PS4 and Xbox One specific features.

The PlayStation 4 version of the Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gaming Headset can be used with the PS4 and PS4 Pro; furthermore, it can also be used as a regular headset, with any of the PS4-specifc features, on the PC, Switch, mobile and other platforms. The Xbox One version is compatible with just the Xbox One, Xbox One S and Xbox One X although it can also be used for mobile and other platforms without any of the Xbox-specific features.

For the aforementioned Switch compatibility, the microphone functionality is only for games that support direct in-game chat.

Connection

Both the 300 and 350VR headsets use 3.5mm audio cables for wired connection. The 600 and 700 headsets use a direct wireless connection via USB transmitters.

Speaker Size

The Stealth 350VR is equipped with 50 mm speakers while the Stealth 300, 600 and 700 have 50 mm speakers with neodymium magnets.

Speaker Frequency Response

The speaker frequency response are the same for all four gaming headsets with a range of 20Hz to 20kHz.

Amplified Audio

Both the Turtle Beach 300 and 350VR support battery-powered amplified audio, which makes the sound coming out of the speakers even higher.

Superhuman Hearing

Turtle Beach’s Superhuman Hearing is exclusive to the 600 and 700 headsets. This feature will allow you to hear the most subtle of noises in the environment, further immersing you into the game and could possibly give you an advantage in competitive multiplayer.

Surround Sound

The Xbox One versions of the 300, 600 and 700 support Windows Sonic for Headphones for surround sound on the Xbox One, Xbox One S, Xbox One X as well as Windows 10 PC. All three headsets are also compatible with Dolby Atmos for Headphones.

The PlayStation 4 version of the 600 uses virtual surround sound. The PS4 version of the 700 takes advantage of the DTS Headphone:X Surround Sound tech, which will enable you to hear noises from all surrounding directions.

Battery Life

The Stealth 300 has a lengthy battery life of over 40 hours per full charge. The next best in this department is the Stealth 350VR with up to 30 hours of usage per charge. The wireless headsets need to be recharge more as the battery life of the Stealth 600 is up to 15 hours while the battery life of the 700 is up to 10 hours.

Microphone

The 300, 600 and 700 gaming headsets use an omni-directional microphone with a flip-up to mute feature. The 350VR comes equipped with a removable uni-directional mic.

Variable Mic Monitoring

The Turtle Beach Stealth 300, 600 and 700 support Variable Mic Monitoring, a feature that will let you adjust the volume of your voice when chatting with others online.

Active Noise Cancellation

The 350VR and 700 headsets come with active noise cancellation. As a result, you will be able to remove any external sounds when voice chatting.

Dynamic Chat Boost

One feature exclusive to the Turtle Beach 700 is Dynamic Chat Boost. With this enabled, your voice will get a boost in volume when chatting anytime when the game audio gets loud.

Glasses Friendly

The 300, 350VR and 600 headsets are glasses friendly as they used Turtle Beach’s trademarked Glasses Relief System. As a result, the dual-foam ear cushions use a softer foam in order to alleviate any pressure for gamers who are wearing the product with glasses.

Recap

The new Turtle Beach 300 Gaming Headset is a good alternative to the 600 and 700 on the Xbox One as it offers surround sound via the Windows Sonic for Headphones feature. If you are a PlayStation 4 gamer, or preferred using a wireless headset, then you might want to take a look at the 600 or 700 headsets instead. Last but not least, the 350VR is for those who are looking for a gaming headset to use in conjunction with the PlayStation VR, HTC Vive and/or Oculus Rift.