More details revealed for Turtle Beach Stealth 700 PS4 and Xbox One Gaming Headset

Amazon has put up listings for the Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Premium Wireless Surround Sound Gaming Headset, revealing additional details. if you are interested, the 700 is available for preorder with the following links: PlayStation 4 Version and Xbox One Version.

You can also take a look at the PS4 headset, as well as its, specific features, below (additional images can be viewed from the aforementioned product pages):

  • 100% wireless – the included wireless USB adapter uses Smart channel-hopping Technology for a best-in-class wireless game and chat audio experience
  • DTS headphone: x Surround sound Technology – creates a highly immersive 7.1 channel soundstage around your head for the most immersive Surround sound audio experience on PS4

You can find the Xbox-specific features, as well as an image, of the headset below (more photos can be seen from the 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

Last but not least, you can check out the features for both versions of the 700 below:

  • Active noise-cancellation – block out unwanted background distractions and stay fully immersed in your games. Enjoy Hearing Pure game and chat audio. And nothing else
  • Bluetooth connectivity – take calls and listen to your favorite music while gaming. Additionally, connect to the new Turtle Beach audio hub app to adjust a variety of settings
  • Glasses friendly comfort – the ear-cushions are wrapped in a Premium synthetic leather, and feature Turtle Beach’s prospects glasses friendly design which removes pressure on your glasses

The Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Premium Wireless Surround Sound Gaming Headset will be released on the 4th of September in the North American region.

Update: You can see how the 700 stacks up against the 600 and 800 series via our comparison guide.