Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2 Max Test

Turtle Beach puts two arguments to the table that impact the regular model of the headset. First, it has a long battery life of 48 hours and a high-speed charging feature, giving as much as 8.5 hours of running time with just 15 minutes of charging. Additionally, you can use the headset wirelessly on PC, Playstation, Xbox, and Switch. This is a rare feature in wireless headsets, particularly for usage on Xbox or Playstation. Most headsets can be utilized on one console without cables because of the differing transmission technologies.

Turtle Beach solves this via the USB dongle, which can allow both transfer and storage. There’s a small switch built into the dongle that serves this reason. In stage 1, it supports every Xbox console, while in stage 2, everything else, including the PC Playstation and Nintendo Switch. It works great. When we connected it from the factory, we switched the dongle from one platform to another. There were no apparent delays with any platform we transferred.

It’s a massive benefit for those who own multiple devices at home and don’t wish to store a whole array of headsets wireless. But this is seen in the reality that Gen 2 Max is almost twice the retail price of regular versions. We believe that the cost of just less than 140 euros isn’t quite enough. We would like to have seen 119.99 on the label. The market will soon make it right, we believe.

In other words, there are very few differences from Stealth 600 Gen 2. Stealth 600 Gen 2. The design and optics are virtually identical. The comfort of wearing glasses is excellent due to the soft pads, with faux leather covers (head pads) or breathable pillows (ears). Ear cups rotate joined to joints, and their long-term durability will need to be proved. The only weak part of the quality of the product. Like all the other games from Turtle Beach, a lot of plastic is utilized, which doesn’t feel extravagantly premium and makes a crackling sound happen when twisting.

Its charging cables are again extremely short; however, that’s not an issue when you consider the long battery life, mainly because it is possible to change the USB-C to a USB-A cable with a more long one. Gen 2 Max Gen 2 Max again does not have a jack port that can be added. The controls are all in the left earcup, such as chat volume, play volume, EQ mode (Standard and Bass Boost Bass + Treble Boost and Vocal Boost), and an on/off switch that the device is simple to use. Also included is a compact microphone that folds up with an obvious detent point to turn off the microphone when folded.

The sound isn’t that great, but there’s not much to beat the quality of the Stealth 600 Generation 2 Max’s sound quality for the price. The sound is relatively smooth, precise, and has a large field of view for good direction. The 50mm drivers perform an excellent job, with a highly bass-y, crisp gaming sound and being adjusted for use in conjunction with Dolby Atmos Windows Sonic, DTS Headphone X, or Sony 3D Audio. The headset provides an overall pleasant experience when playing music or watching movies.

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