The HyperX new Cloud II wireless headset is designed for people who want simple controls, rare comfort and solid sound quality. This model is the wireless version of the company’s $ 100 flagship Cloud II gaming headset. It uses a 2.4GHz wireless receiver that works with PCs, the PS4 – and PS5, when it is released in November – and the Nintendo Switch (via its dock). I have successfully integrated the 2019 MacBook Pro with the USB-A adapter via USB-C. 10 149.99 Headset Available to order through HyperX from November 10th.
If you are shopping for a headset, sound quality and comfort are one of the biggest reasons for the spring for Cloud II. Additionally, this model has a USB-C charging port that can connect any power from wireless headsets from steelworks and razors that use USB-A ports. HyperX guarantees 30 hours of battery life on a single charge, and I have not run out of juice yet during the review period.
Back to Sound Quality: Cloud II delivers consistent, punchy sound with its 53mm drive. As a primary listener with Sony WH-1000XM3 noise-canceling headphones, I enjoy it. This is not a kind of presentation that will make the listener tired because its bass is unbearable and Mits and Highs have a warm, treble-light quality to them. However, Cloud II certainly does not stack when noise is isolated. It is closed, but there are small pieces above it to let the air out, and allow a little sound with it. So, counting every audio note is not the loneliness you are looking for.
The controls are easy to use. Regardless of the volume dial on the right ear cup, there are two buttons on the left ear cup: Power and Disable Microphone. For ease of use, one is concave and the other is convex. Pressing the power button twice triggers the virtual 7.1 surround sound mode. Cloud II gets some bonus points for the brilliant details such as having an LED near the microphone to indicate when it is off, and you can enable mic tracking to hear yourself when you hold down the mute button – even in a trick manual.
The headset has a 3.5mm port where its microphone is plugged in, but it doesn’t make good sound when wired through a 3.5mm cable into my computer, and it doesn’t play any sound when plugged into my phone. However, just enough to rely on microphone quality meetings or game sessions, the “b” and “s” sounds are coming clean.
There are some things that do not change from Wire Cloud II, such as buttons to adjust the mix for chat and game audio (The Wireless HyperX Cloud Flight S Were able to include them in the ear cup), or a set of replaceable ear cups. It would like to use the USB-C wireless receiver type that comes with the new SteelSeries Arctis 7X and 7B instead of a standard thumb drive-sized wireless dongle.
Also, while the Cloud II is one of the most comfortable headsets I still wear, it shares that title Logitech’s colorful G733, The lowest priced model I recently used, for $ 129.99, costs 20 less. The G733 also charges via USB-C, has a lightweight, convenient design that makes it easy to leave for hours, and I closely evaluate its sound performance even if it is not on par with Cloud II. The G733 is definitely the most stylish option; It is available in a few color options and shines with LED and spectacular look.
Good sound quality is a low bar that many headsets do not meet, but my best wireless gaming headset charges via USB-C and can emit solid audio when most comfortable. Cloud II is approaching wireless. Colorful headsets like the G733 will strike a chord with some people, but if you like the simple option with similar features and slightly better sound, feel free to pay an extra $ 20 for it, check out Cloud II Wireless.
Photography by Cameron Faulkner
“Bacon trailblazer. Certified coffee maven. Zombie lover. Tv specialist. Freelance communicator.”