Information on Hyperx Cloud II PRO - Black & Red :
|Accessory For||Desktop, Laptop, Music & Speaker System|
|Compatibility Details||Compatible with Devices With 3.5mm Stereo Slot|
|OS Compatibility||USB connectivity for PC & Mac. Stereo compatible with PS4, Xbox One1|
|Connection Details||3.5 mm jack|
|Input Impedance||60 Ohms per System|
|Frequency Response (Headset)||15Hz–25,000 Hz|
|Frequency Response (Microphone)||50–18,000 Hz|
|OS Supported||Windows and Mac|
Why to buy Hyperx Cloud II PRO - Black & Red :
Enjoy Your Music Your Way
The HyperX Cloud II will make your wallet tremble, but it will all be worth it in the end. With the options to use either a standard 3.5mm connection for 2.0 stereo sound, or to plug into a USB 7.1 surround sound card and volume control device, the Cloud II headset offers you "pure Hi Fi 53mm drivers" pushing out a frequency response of 15Hz-25,000 Hz and a nominal impedance of 60 O per system.
The Sound Features
The detachable microphone has its own frequency response of 50-18,000 Hz and a nominal impedance of =2.2 kO, all run through the 3.5mm jack connection to the headset structure. The USB sound card option provides users with virtual surround sound, separate audio and microphone volume adjustments and the ability to toggle its surround-sound features on and off through the press of one button. This control box contains a 2m braided cable, alongside the 1m on offer connected directly to the headset itself.
What's in the box?
Featuring a myriad of different inclusions like the interchangeable ear-cups, a dual-3.5mm adaptor, the detachable microphone and an extremely handy carry pouch, Kingston has certainly ensured that this product comes with the full package of options. The cloth ear cups are well-known for handling sweat much better, alongside having the possibility for a more 'open-ear' design. However, the sweat will just soak into the cloth and foam, meaning a regular wash is recommended.
Surround Sound Effect
Note that the headphones themselves can, of course, be used with any device when not plugged into the USB sound card dongle as they have a standard 3.5mm headphone/mic jack. The dongle consists of two digital volume controls for both headphone and mic. The middle button activates the 7.1 modes, otherwise, it defaults to stereo for music purposes. On the side is a switch to mute the mic.