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Best HyperX Headsets

Best HyperX Headsets

1. HyperX Cloud Orbit

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If you have a huge budget and you’re looking for a high-end studio-grade headset, you might want to check out the HyperX Cloud Orbit. While it does come in with a pricetag of over ~$300, the Cloud Orbit headset will deliver the ultimate sound experience.

The Cloud Orbit features 100mm planar magnetic drivers, fully immersive 3D audio, a detachable noise cancellation microphone (with a pop filter), and multiple connection options (USB Type A, USB Type C, and 3.5mm jack.)

2. HyperX Cloud Alpha S

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While the HyperX Cloud Alpha S won’t quite offer the high-end audio experience that the Cloud Orbit headset listed above will, it will also cost you considerably less. At just a little over ~$120, the HyperX Cloud Alpha S come in at over ~$200 less expensive than the Cloud Orbits.

And, while the Cloud Alphas don’t feature as impressive of drivers, the dual chamber 50mm drivers that they do come with will be solid enough for the majority of gamers.

The Cloud Alphas are a wired headset that weigh in at 321 grams, come with a detachable microphone, and feature 7.1 surround sound. This headset will work with PC and PS4 (and, likely, PS5 as well.)

3. HyperX Cloud ll Gaming Headset

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The HyperX Cloud ll gaming headset comes in both wired and wireless configurations. This headset is HyperX’s flagship gaming headset and is one of the best value gaming headsets currently on the market.

This headset features specially-tuned 53-millimeter drivers to provide a powerful and articulate audio experience for maximum immersion. On top of that, you can also toggle on the 7.1 virtual surround sound feature to expand your positional audio profile to pinpoint sound cues in games.

4. HyperX Cloud Alpha Pro Gaming Headset

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The HyperX Cloud Alpha headset is an affordable gaming headset that offers exceptional sound for the price. This headset is specifically designed for competitive gaming and features an ear cup design meant to maximize the clarity of your in-game audio.

It comes equipped with 50-millimeter Dual Chamber drivers. The dual-chamber design is the key to this headsets crystal clear audio output. There is one chamber for the bass frequency and a second chamber for mids and highs. By physically separating the high and low frequencies, these headphones can provide a much clearer audio profile with reduced distortion in your audio output.

5. HyperX Cloud Flight Wireless headphones

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HyperX has a bunch of headphones in its Cloud range, and the Cloud Flight Wireless is the mid-range pair with PC and PS4 compatibility. It’ll set you back about $140 / £120, but what does it offer at that not-quite budget price point to stand out from the crowd?

By all means, it’s a solid headset with decent HyperX-levels of quality audio, that is comfy to wear for long periods, but there are a couple of compromises you need to be aware of: the 2.0 channel audio is good but other headsets in the same price range offer 5.1 or 7.1, and the mic isn’t particularly impressive.

HyperX has a bunch of headphones in its Cloud range, and the Cloud Flight Wireless is the mid-range pair with PC and PS4 compatibility. It’ll set you back about $140 / £120, but what does it offer at that not-quite budget price point to stand out from the crowd?

By all means, it’s a solid headset with decent HyperX-levels of quality audio, that is comfy to wear for long periods, but there are a couple of compromises you need to be aware of: the 2.0 channel audio is good but other headsets in the same price range offer 5.1 or 7.1, and the mic isn’t particularly impressive.

6. HyperX Cloud Stinger S

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It’s not the fanciest headset on the market, but it sure is comfortable. HyperX brings its signature comfort and performance quality to a simple but effective gaming headset, with 50mm neodymium directional drivers and a noise-cancelling mic that does a great job of filtering out background noise, like key smashing or a rattly desk fan.

At $60 / £60, this doesn’t quite fall into the premium headset category, and the plastic exterior does feel a bit cheap for the asking price. Thankfully the audio quality isn’t compromised at all, with a refined soundscape that blends snappy highs with rich, bassy lows. An excellent choice for anyone after an all-around solid HyperX headset.