The Stealth 700 Gen 2 Xbox headset has a variety of features that can be controlled through the mobile version of the Turtle Beach Audio Hub app, available here.
After installing the Audio Hub app from your phone's app store, you'll need to Bluetooth pair your headset to your phone. The Bluetooth connection is separate from the wireless connection your headset has to the console itself. With a Bluetooth connection, you can take phone calls and listen to music while you're gaming.
Bluetooth pairing instructions can be found here.
Note: If the app does not detect your headset, please try the following:
- Power off your headset. Then. power off your phone.
- Once both the headset and phone are completely powered off, power on your phone.
- Open the Turtle Beach Audio Hub app, and let it open and load completely.
- Then, power the headset on, and let the headset connect to the phone. The phone should now be detected.
Once your headset and phone are paired via Bluetooth, open the Turtle Beach Audio Hub app.
(As your headset is being detected, you may see a notification that your headset has a firmware update available. If this is the case, go to the Turtle Beach Audio Hub, so that you can update your headset with the Windows or macOS Audio Hubs.)
This is the first screen you'll see when you open the Audio Hub app.
This screen will feature different settings and controls that can be customized.
Game Volume - This slider will control the volume of the Game audio.
Superhuman Hearing - This feature adjusts the incoming audio to allow you to pinpoint quiet audio cues, like enemy footsteps or weapon reloads. Toggle the Superhuman Hearing On, and then adjust the level of Superhuman Hearing with the slider below.
Game Preset - The Stealth 700 Gen 2 Xbox headset comes with four EQ Presets. You can pick from those EQ Presets here. To change the preset you are using, click the arrow next to the preset shown. You will see a list of available presets, as shown below:
Those EQ Presets are as follows:
- Signature Sound
- Bass Boost
- Bass + Treble Boost
- Vocal Boost
You can also create a Custom Game Preset. For more information, please click here.
Mic Monitor - This is a feature that allows you to hear yourself through the headset when you speak into the mic. This helps to avoid inadvertently shouting at other players. Toggle the Mic Monitor On, and then adjust the volume of your voice in the headset when you speak.
Chat Boost - Toggle this feature on to have the Chat volume increase when the Game volume does -- so you can always hear who you're playing with, even if the game gets loud.
This screen includes the controls for mappable buttons, as well as for the voice prompts/tones.
Mappable Wheel - This is the lower volume dial on the headset. Out of the box, it controls the Chat volume. While the upper volume dial is not mappable, this lower volume dial is, and thus will spin freely, unlike the upper volume dial. For more information on re-mapping this wheel, please click here.
Mappable Button - This is the button on the headset labelled "Mode". Out of the box, it will toggle the Superhuman Hearing feature. This button can be remapped to control other features. For information on re-mapping this button, please click here.
Noise Gate - This feature helps to ensure that your voice is what is transmitted by the mic, not ambient or background noise.
Voice Prompts Level - Control the volume of the vocal prompts that play in your headset, including when the headset is powered on, Bluetooth is powered on/pairing, and the headset pairs with the transmitter. If you set this to the lowest setting you will not hear any voice prompts at all!
Tones Level - Control the volume of the audio tones that play in your headset when some features are engaged, or when the mic is muted/unmuted. Like the Voice Prompts level, if this is set to the lowest setting, you will not hear any indicator tones at all!
These screens will have some essential information and details about the headset itself. This information may be needed when troubleshooting an issue or when talking with Customer Support. The links lead to Turtle Beach social media pages, and to the Support section of the Turtle Beach website -- which you are currently reading right now!
You will also see an image of the headset, as well as the name of the headset, and the version numbers for both the mobile Audio Hub app and the headset's firmware.