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HyperX Cloud II
15 Hz - 25 kHz
Active Noise Cancelling
- USB 2.0
Sensitivity at 1 V RMS
- Advanced USB audio control box with built-in DSP sound card
- Hi-Fi capable with 53mm drivers for supreme audio quality
- Hardware-driven virtual 7.1 surround sound
- Comfortable, 100% memory foam on headband and leatherette cushions
- Pro-Gaming optimized with closed cup design for passive noise cancellation
- Compatible - USB connectivity for PC & Mac. Stereo compatible with PS4, Xbox One1 and mobile
- 100 points
- 23 months ago
from completed build My First Gaming PC! (Ryzen 5 1600, GTX 1080)
I have had these for a while (1-1.5 years), and have held up good. The microphone is very quiet unfortunately, which is a very big pain.
- 32 points
- 29 months ago
from completed build Frostbite
I thought logitechs were good, I was wrong. These things are AMAZING and I would recommend them to anyone!
- 30 points
- 31 months ago
from completed build Longclaw
These are good, closed-back headphones. The 7.1 virtualization is a bit gimmicky but seems to work fine. You also have the option of connecting via a single headphone/mic connector if you want to use your own sound card (though there isn't much cable length to work with in that case). Also, the controller at the end of the USB cable (where you can adjust the volume and toggle the virtual surround effect) is upside down in my opinion.
The mic is detachable, which is good because it definitely gets in the way when it's attached. I prefer Sennheiser's design where you can just flip the mic up to get it out of the way and, at the same time, mute it. But these were more affordable.
- 23 points
- 45 months ago
from completed build Aiofe V.2.
For gaming they are a definite five star but when it comes to music they are really hit and miss. As ever with a gaming headset the bass is just too high. The other thing is that if I don't have them turned down to 60% volume they try to blow your head off with the sheer ridiculousness of the max volume. The microphone is fantastic whichever way you swing it though, really clear on all applications (Skype, teamspeak and in game VOIP) would recommend them to anyone just looking for a gaming headset.
- 22 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build 80's color scheme setup
Extremely comfortable, extremely good sounds even without software! It looks great as well. It's synthetic leather yes. I never thought I'm gonna get one of those but it turned out to be very comfortable even when it's hot in my room. Using it the whole summer now, still 100 percent overwhelmed.
- 19 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build My big build, Revision #3: The finished product.
Great sound quality, 7.1 Virtual SS, Decent mic, Literally the most comfortable headset that I've ever owned.
- 18 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build Super 144hz build
Headset is okay, performs what you would expect it to do, but in hindsight I would have gotten higher quality stereo headphones and a standalone high quality mic.
- 18 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build TITANWOLF
I had them all Cloud, Cloud 2 and Cloud Alpha best headsets under 100,00!!!
- 17 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build Ice House Awakening
First thing you notice out of the box is just how well built these are. The metal around the cups has a great feel, and the weight adds to the great build quality. The sound is super crisp, and the 7.1 is amazing. I use these when I'm playing xbox with my friends (I know, go gentle on me) and when I want and immersive experience on my PC.