Amazon has put up listings for the Stealth 600 Wireless Surround Sound Gaming Headset, revealing several additional details and images. If you are interested, the upcoming Turtle Beach headset is available for preorder with the following links from the shopping website: PlayStation 4 Version and Xbox One Version.
You can check out Amazon’s list of features, as well as an image of the product, for the PS4 Version below (more photos can be viewed from the online retailer):
- 100% wireless – the included wireless USB adapter uses Smart channel-hopping Technology for a best-in-class wireless game and chat audio experience
- Turtle Beach Virtual Surround Sound – Experience powerfully immersive surround sound audio for your games, movies and music on PS4
You can also check out the features list, in addition to an image, of the Xbox One headset below (more photos can be seen on the aforementioned listing):
- Xbox wireless – Enjoy a direct connection from your headset to your Console. No wires. No base station. No adapter needed. Just turn-on your headset and start playing
- Windows Sonic Surround Sound – Windows Sonic for Headphones delivers powerfully immersive virtual surround sound for your games, movies and music
Both versions also come with the following features:
- High-quality audio – a bigger speaker delivers better quality audio, and the stealth 600 features large, powerful 50mm speakers to delivery crisp highs and deep, thundering lows
- Glasses friendly comfort – the ear-cushions are wrapped in a breathable mesh Fabric for comfort, and feature Turtle Beach’s prospects glasses friendly design which removes pressure on your glasses
- Superhuman Hearing – from Quiet footsteps sneaking-up from behind to enemy weapon reloads just before an ambush, Turtle Beach’s exclusive superhuman Hearing sound setting lets you hear it all
The Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gaming Headset is expected to come out on the 4th of September in North America.
Update: If you are interested, you can check out our following comparison guide for the aforementioned headset as well as the 700 and 800: Turtle Beach Stealth 600 vs. Stealth 700 vs. Elite 800 Gaming Headsets.