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 We are reviewing the Cloud Alpha Professional Gaming Headset for HyperX.

The HyperX ™ Cloud Alpha Pro Gaming headset is designed and built to meet the needs of professional gamers. The revolutionary Dual Room Drive design adds more privilege and clarity to your voice by reducing noise. The dual room distinguishes bass from medium and loud sounds, allowing for optimal tuning for a clearer and smoother sound. Built on the basics of comfort.

The aluminum case is built to offer long-term durability. At the request of the player, Cloud Alpha also includes a sturdy, removable braided cable. The removable, noise-canceling microphone Discord and TeamSpeak ™ are certified and offer excellent team communication. Compatible with many platforms with in-line volume controls, challenging gamers on PC, PS4 ™, Xbox One ™ and other platforms with a 3.5mm port will benefit from Cloud Alpha's sound quality.

HyperX Cloud Alpha Pro Gaming Headset Features;

  • HyperX Dual Room Drives for more privileges and less noise
    Award-winning comfort signed by HyperX
    Durable aluminum case with extended headband
    Removable braided cable with convenient on-board volume control
    Removable noise canceling microphone
    Discord and TeamSpeak ™ Certified
    Compatibility with multiple platforms

HyperX Cloud Alpha Pro Gaming Headset Technical Specifications;

  • Drive: 50 mm with special dynamic, neodymium magnets
    Type: Peripheral, Return closed
    Frequency response: 13 Hz – 27,000 Hz
    Impedance: 65 Ω
    Sound pressure level: 98 dBSPL / mW, 1 kHz frequency
    Weight: 298 gr
    Weight with microphone and cable: 336 g
    Cable length and type: Detachable headphone cable (1.3 m) + PC extension cable (2 m)
    Connection: Removable headphone cable - 3.5 mm plug (4 pole) + PC extension cable - 3.5 mm stereo and microphone plugs
    Microphone Element: Electret condenser type microphone
    Microphone Pole layout: Noise canceling
    Microphone Frequency response: 50 Hz-18.000 Hz
    Microphone Sensitivity: 43 dBV (0 dB = 1 V / Pa, 1 kHz)