In addition as a bonus, Stealth 700 also Stealth 700 supports BlueTooth 4.2 as did its predecessors. Therefore, it can be used on any device with BT connectivity including smartphones and tablets. It’s also a good idea that Bluetooth and wireless work simultaneously. Therefore, if you’d like to make a call or stream music with your smartphone while playing, it is very easy to do.
However we’ve already cleaned off everything that differentiates the model’s new design over its older models. Its Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2 MAX is an extremely solid and well produced all-purposer. A solid, metal-reinforced headband is the base of the model and the earcups are attached rotatably by way of an ear-cup hinge that makes a great impression. Fortunately that this model Stealth 700 hasn’t had much to do with the plastic-based design of previous models prior to Gen 2.
The controls are found on the left earcup. The volume control is split into two, two for gaming volume and the other for chat volume. Both are physically indistinguishable from one the other and may be confused at times. The assignments are also not exactly the same, depending on the wireless mode you choose. Additionally, there’s the mode button, which you can toggle between various presets (including Super Human Hearing). Additionally, there’s the power button and the BlueTooth button which is all there is. It could have been done with a little more elegance in terms layout, however, it’s acceptable after a little becoming used to.
If you’re looking for a little more control, you can use to use the Turtle Beach Audio Hub app for Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices (iOS/Android). It gives you additional options, including buttons, equalizers and mic sidetone. It’s a bit difficult to create profiles and you have to modify your settings over and over. It is unlikely that many people use this feature and it’s acceptable.
In the real world in the real world, it is a good choice for discerning users. Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Generation 2 Max could be criticized for having a low. The 50 mm drivers and 20-22,000 Hz provide a decent performance. The bass is a little heavy and with clear mids and powerful highs this sound is suitable for gaming, and is also very good when it comes to movies and music. We are very impressed by the expansive sound stage, particularly when using the surround mode that is enabled, such as Dolby Atmos and Windows Sonic – or Sony 3D Audio. The perception of sound in a directional manner and the impression of spatial space are excellent.