Stealth 600 Gen 2 PS - Quick Start Guide

You can download the Stealth 600 Gen 2 PS Quick Start Guide here. You can also view the contents of this Guide below:


  1. Stealth 600 Gen 2 Headset (A)
  2. Stealth 600 Gen 2 Wireless Mini Transmitter (B)
  3. USB-C Charging Cable (C)



Please make sure your headset is updated with the latest firmware.

Connect to the Turtle Beach Audio Hub for Windows or Mac to update the firmware.




  1. LED Indication
  2. USB Charge & Update Port
  3. Power Button
    • Press (1s) - Power On/Off
    • Press - Superhuman Hearing On/Off
  4. Mode Button
    • Cycle through EQ Audio Presets
  5. Variable Mic Monitoring
    • Adjust Mic Monitoring levels
  6. Master Volume Dial


Use Superhuman Hearing Mode to pinpoint quiet audio cues like enemy footsteps and weapons reloads.

During gameplay, you can activate and deactivate Superhuman Hearing by pressing the POWER button once, quickly.


Flip up mic to mute. There is an audible tone when the mic is muted or unmuted.


To cycle through EQ Audio Presets, press the Mode button. EQ Presets include

  1. Signature Sound
  2. Bass Boost
  3. Bass + Treble Boost
  4. Vocal Boost


1. Connect Mini-Transmitter to USB Port on the console.


2. Power the Headset on.


3. Go to Settings >> Devices >> Audio Devices

  • Select Stealth 600 Gen 2 for Input & Output Device
  • Set Output to Headphones to All Audio
  • Set Volume Control (headphones) level to maximum
  • Select Adjust Microphone Level and follow the on-screen instructions to calibrate your microphone.

*This headset is not compatible for use with PSVR.

Please note: If the headset is powered off, but the transmitter is plugged in, the console will recognize the transmitter as an available audio device. To avoid this, unplug the transmitter when the headset is powered off/not in use.


The Stealth 600 Gen 2 gives you 15 hours of rechargeable battery life. Make sure to charge it regularly before storing.


Headset Storage

Always charge your headset before storing it for any extended period of time (greater than 3 months). Never store the unit in temperatures above 113°F/45°C.


In order to conserve battery life, your headset will power off after no audio is played through it for 10 consecutive minutes. This is a fixed feature, and cannot be adjusted. This feature helps to save battery life – if you forget to power the headset off for the night after a long gaming session, you will only lose a few minutes of battery life, not a whole night’s worth.

To easily avoid the Auto-Shutdown feature, you can keep some music playing in the background, like the game’s soundtrack. The headset will detect the audio, and will not engage the Auto-Shutdown feature.



Solid Blue Headset and Mini Transmitter Paired
Double-Blink Blue Not Paired
Breathing Red Mic Muted



Solid Blue Headset and Mini Transmitter Paired
Breathing Blue (While Charging) Battery Full
Double-Blink Blue Not Paired
Solid Red (While Charging) Battery Charging
LED Turns Off When Battery Is Fully Charged (If Headset Is Off)
Breathing Red Battery Low



The headset and transmitter are paired out of the box. This is indicated by a solid LED on the transmitter. 

If your transmitter's LED is double-blinking, follow these steps to pair your headset and transmitter.

1. Connect your Stealth 600 Gen 2 for PlayStation Transmitter into an available USB port on your PlayStation 4 console. Your Transmitter will begin to double-blink blue as it searches for your headset.


2. Power on your Stealth 600 Gen 2 for PlayStation Headset; the LED will begin to double-blink blue as it searches for your transmitter.


3. Within 10 seconds, the Transmitter's and Headset's LEDs remain solid, indicating a successful pairing.


Please Note: After 30 seconds, your transmitter will search for both the previously paired headset, or any available Stealth 600 Gen 2 headset to pair to. Bring the two units closer together to ensure faster pairing. If this pairing seems to take longer than 10 seconds, do not move either the headset or transmitter or otherwise interrupt the pairing process. As long as both headset and transmitter are in the pairing mode and are near each other, the headset and transmitter should pair without issue.