Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp for Xbox One - Create & Manage Custom Presets for Game Audio, Streaming, and LED Colors

Please note that this article applies only to the mobile version of the Turtle Beach Audio Hub; these customizations cannot be made through the desktop version of the Turtle Beach Audio Hub.

The Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp comes with 4 presets for both Game and Stream: Superhuman Hearing; Bass Boost; Bass and Treble Boost; Vocal Boost

You can use one of these presets, or you can use the Turtle Beach Audio Hub to create your own new custom Preset to further enhance your audio experience. Customize your gaming experience even further by creating a custom LED color for your SuperAmp!


The process to create a new custom Preset or custom LED color is as follows:

You can download the Turtle Beach Audio Hub app here.

In the Audio Hub screen that includes the kind of Preset you want to create, click on the Preset that is currently set. Then, adjust the levels to your liking, give your new Preset a name, and save that Preset.

You can then use your new custom Preset by selecting it in the list of available Presets.

Below, you can find a deeper look at creating new custom Presets and LED Colors.


Create a Custom Game Preset

Creating a new custom Game Preset is simple and easy. To create a new custom Game Preset, please do the following.

In the screen below, the current Game Preset is "Signature Sound". Tap "Signature Sound".

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Doing so will take you to the following page:

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You will see a list of available presets. Below the Game Preset banner, there is a "Custom Preset" banner, with a "Create" button. Tap that "Create" button to bring up the Custom Game Preset screen.

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The Custom Game Preset will have three sliders: Treble, Mid, and Bass. Adjust these three sliders to adjust the levels of the Treble, Mid, and Bass audio.

The closer the slider is to the right-side of the screen, the louder that particular setting will be. If the Treble, Mid, and Bass are all set to the right-side of the screen, all three of those settings will be turned all the way up. With the sliders set all the way up, the volume will be louder, and the level of Treble, Mid, and Bass will be boosted.

When you have adjusted the levels to your liking, click "Save".

Then, name your custom Preset, and click "Store".

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Your new custom Preset will appear in the list of available presets.

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If you need to delete a custom Game Preset, swipe the Preset to the left of the screen. A delete button will appear. Simply tap the delete button (Android), or swipe the delete button to the left (iOS), and the Preset will be deleted.

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Create A Custom Stream Preset

In the screen below, the current Stream Preset is "Signature Sound". To change the preset, or to create a new custom preset, tap "Signature Sound".

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Doing so will take you to the following page:

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You will see a list of available presets. Below the Stream Preset banner, there is a "Custom Preset" banner, with a "Create" button. Tap that "Create" button to bring up the Custom Stream Preset screen.

The Custom Stream Preset will have three sliders: Treble, Mid, and Bass. Adjust these three sliders to adjust the levels of the Treble, Mid, and Bass audio. Setting a slider all the right will turn that particular setting all the way up, while setting a slider all the way to the left will turn that particular setting all the way down. When you have adjusted the levels to your liking, tap "Save".

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Then, name your custom Preset, and tap "Store".

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Your new custom Preset will appear in the list of available presets.

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If you need to delete a custom  Stream Preset, swipe the Preset to the left of the screen. A delete button will appear. Simply tap the delete button (Android), or swipe the delete button to the left (iOS), and the Preset will be deleted.

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Create Custom LED Colors

You can also manage the color of -- and create new colors for -- the SuperAmp's central LED. 

Please keep in mind that if the mic is disconnected, or is muted, the SuperAmp LED will be red, even if a different color is selected as the current color.

In the screen below, the color is set to "Green". To change the LED color, or to create a new color, tap "Green".

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Doing so will take you to the following page:

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You will see a list of available colors. Below the LED Color Preset banner, there is a "Custom Preset" banner, with a "Create" button. Tap that "Create" button to bring up the Custom LED Color Preset screen.

You'll then see three sliders, one each for Red, Green, and Blue.

Adjust each slider to change the color of the LED itself. Setting a slider all the right will turn that particular setting all the way up, while setting a slider all the way to the left will turn that particular setting all the way down. When you have adjusted the color to your liking, tap the "Save" button.

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Then, name and Store your new custom LED color.

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It will appear in the list of available LED colors.

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If you need to delete a custom LED color Preset, swipe the Preset to the left of the screen. A delete button will appear. Simply tap the delete button (Android), or swipe the delete button to the left (iOS), and the Preset will be deleted.

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