For the i60, Turtle Beach has stacked the contents in layers within the box, which itself is hidden behind the cardstock sleeve.
Lifting the flap, we come across another flap with a foreword. The meaning of “first media headset” is a bit fuzzy here, but in any case, this packaging is getting fancier already.
Behind the second flap is a sleeve holder with papers. Included there are a quick start guide, a more detailed quick start guide, RMA notice, and Turtle Beach stickers. The full user guide is available on the i60 product page and you might need it if you like having things spelled out.
We can also see the i60 headset and the carry pouch rolled up in the center.
Lifting the tray holding the i60 headset, all we see left is the desktop wireless transmitter and a peek below that at the cables and connectors.
The most interesting connector is for the dual jacks found on airliners. The rest of the cables and connectors are standard which are the USB charge cable for the headset , the USB power cable for the transmitter, a male-to-male 3.5mm 3-pole cable, and a 6.3mm adaptor plug.