HyperX has established itself as a go-to brand for gaming peripherals, both for casual and competitive professional gaming. Their gaming headsets in particular, offer great quality at extremely attractive prices.
Having used one, I’d say they’re probably one of the best at it, with products that deliver a combination of good looks, good build quality, great sound, and nifty features.
Today, we’re checking out the HyperX Cloud Alpha S, the successor to the well-loved Alpha that aims to build on its predecessor’s strengths, and at the same time include a bunch of noteworthy improvements.
|Drivers||Custom Dynamic, 50mm with Neodymium Magnets|
|Type||Circumaural, Closed Back|
|Frequency Response||13Hz to 27kHz|
|Sound Pressure Level||99dBSPL/mW at 1kHz|
|Weight with Mic||321g|
|Connection Type||3.5mm plug (4 pole)|
USB Audio Control Mixer
|Element||Electret condenser microphone|
|Polar Pattern||Bi-directional, Noise-cancelling|
|Frequency Response||50Hz – 18kHz|
|Sensitivity||-38dBV (0dB=1V/Pa at 1kHz)|