you can really All in one pair of headphones? Turtle Beach’s new Stealth Pro, which the company calls the “King” of wireless gaming, aims to prove that you can. These cordless cans offer a wide range of features in an attempt to be Your ultimate gaming companion.
Noise cancellation? Check. Sound EQ adjustment? You then. Comprehensive platform support? Indeed. The wireless headset even has a replaceable battery, so you’ll never feel cold during a hot gaming session. If there’s a gaming feature you’ve heard of, the Stealth Pro can have it, all wrapped up in a relatively stylish chassis.
It’s true that there’s a bit of a jack-of-all-trades effect here. Stealth Pro do everything well, but they’re not necessarily the best at anything. At $330, they’re also a great investment. But if you can afford the price, the pair have decent merchandise, become a luxury gaming accessory whatever you like, and even a sturdy pair of travel headphones when needed. .
Headphones meet headphones
The best compliment I can give the Stealth Pro’s style is that it’s not too game-oriented. They will not be confused with a pair Sony or Sennheiserespecially with the detachable microphone, but when compared to competitors like HyperX Cloud Alpha (10/10, Recommend wired), Stealth Pro looks very eye-catching with its black and steel tones.
The heavy and slightly unwieldy chassis is just over 400 grams, but the thick padding layered with soft faux leather along the earcups and strap makes things pretty comfortable. I wore the headphones for about three hours with no complaints; when I feel something clinging to my head, moving the strap helps to balance things out.
The earcups offer solid noise isolation, and when combined with the headphones’ adjustable active noise cancellation, you can effectively escape the outside world while listening to music or playing games. . This is not top-level ANC, especially on higher subscriptions, where the headphones are beaten up by masters in the headphone world like Sony WH-1000XM4 and newer XM5 (9/10, Recommend wired). I actually found myself dropping it down a notch or two when gaming, which reduced the white noise and at least made me a little more aware of the world around me.
On the left ear cup is a port for the wand microphone, which worked quite well during my online gaming campaigns. A friend said it sounded “100 times better” than my previous headphones. Of course, the Stealth Pro costs about 10 times more than my old inexpensive model. The mic can also be rotated up to mute, and if you don’t want to use it, there are two built-in mics. They also work pretty well but pick up more background noise.