Stealth 700 Gen 2 PS - Headset Controls And Audio Features

The Stealth 700 Gen 2 PS headset comes with some unique headset controls and audio features.


On the back of the Left earcup, there are two volume dials. One is for the Master volume, and the other is a Mappable Wheel that, by default, controls the variable Mic Monitor volume.

The Master Volume dial will control the volume of both game and chat audio. The Mappable Wheel can control various functions (as set in the Turtle Beach Audio Hub); out of the box, this wheel will adjust the headset's Mic Monitor feature, which allows you to hear yourself through the headset when you speak into the mic -- helping you to avoid inadvertently shouting at other players.

**PLEASE NOTE: There is a limit to the amount the Master Volume/upper dial will move. The Mappable Wheel/lower dial will spin freely, with no stopping point. This is intentional; if your Mappable Wheel/lower dial spins freely, your headset is working as intended.**

Below those dials is the Mode Button. Like the variable Mic Monitor dial, this can be re-mapped if needed, to control other features. Out of the box, pressing this button will engage and disengage the Superhuman Hearing feature, which adjusts the audio so you can pinpoint quiet audio cues like enemy footsteps and weapon reloads.

PLEASE NOTE: Superhuman Hearing is disengaged by default. When Superhuman Hearing is engaged, you'll hear an ascending tone. When Superhuman Hearing is disengaged, you'll hear a descending tone. In addition, when Superhuman Hearing is engaged, your EQ Presets will be disengaged.

For more information about re-mapping the Mappable Wheel and Mode Button, please click here.

Next to the Mode Button is the Power Button. Press and hold this button to power the headset on and off.

Next to the Power Button is the Bluetooth Multi-Function Button. Press and hold this button to put the headset into the Bluetooth Pairing Mode, which will allow it to connect to a Bluetooth-enabled device like a smartphone or mobile tablet. (For more information about Bluetooth, please click here.)

Once the headset is paired with a Bluetooth-enabled device, you can use this button for music and calls, as detailed below:

Play/Pause Press Once
Skip Forward Press Twice Quickly
Fast Forward Press Twice Quickly And Hold
Skip Back Press Three Times Quickly
Rewind Press Three Times Quickly And Hold
Answer Call (With Call Incoming) Press Once
End Call (When In A Call) Press Once
Reject Incoming Call (With Call Incoming) Press and Hold
Activate Voice Recognition (if available) (When Not In A Call) Press and Hold

Next to the Bluetooth Multi-Function Button is the LED Indicator. This LED Indicator will inform you of things like the battery level of the headset, its current pairing status (in regards to both the Bluetooth and to the headset's mini transmitter), and whether the headset is currently charging.

For more information, please check out the pairing and charging articles for this headset.

Solid Blue Headset And Mini Transmitter Paired
Fast-Blinking White Bluetooth Pairing
Solid White
Stays White For Two Seconds Then Goes Back To Blue
Bluetooth Paired
Breathing Blue (While Charging) Battery Full
Double-Blink Blue Not Paired
Solid Red (While Charging) Battery Charging
LED turn off when battery is fully charged (if headset is off)
Breathing Red Battery Low

The Mini Transmitter also has an LED Indicator; this will inform you of things like the pairing status of the headset/transmitter (in the same way the headset would), but also whether the headset's mic is muted.

Solid Blue Headset And Mini Transmitter Paired
Double-Blink Blue Not Paired
Breathing Red Microphone Muted

Next to the headset's LED Indicator, is the USB Charge And Update Port. Plug the headset in via the included cable to charge the headset, or to update the headset's firmware, as covered in further detail here.

Finally, after the LED indicator is the flip-to-mute Microphone. Flip the mic all the way forward to unmute the mic. The mic will stop at the second position shown in the image below, and you will hear a tone (low high) to indicate that the mic has been unmuted. Flip the mic to the first position to use the mic itself.