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  • Terrible
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Extremely uncomfortable. Ears started heating up almost immediately and were pressed up against the drivers which have next to no padding which made for an awful wearing experience after 10 minutes.
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  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Updated: 3 days ago
    Love this headset, it is very similar to the usual HyperX Cloud but is better on just about every point. The volume control is not as advanced as the one in HyperX Cloud, but it makes no difference to me personally. Got a demo copy for only SEK 397 on the Elgiganten so I am one hundred percent satisfied.
  • Very good
    8 months ago
    Sitting well over the head / ears.

    The microphone needs to be a little too close to the mouth for good sound on recording / gaming
  • Perfect
    9 months ago
    A really good headset. Pick it up for SEK 699 on the technology magazine.

    Went from a HyperX Cloud headset to this when my Cloud got lost. If you get rid of this, just change a cable for one hundred instead of buying a new one for 600 SEK

    Things that are good:
    - Removable cord (if loose)
    - Removable mick
    - Sits nice on the head, small and big heads
    - Dual Chamber makes you hear both low's but also mid's and high's really good.
    - High sound quality
    - Very easy

    Highly recommended.
  • Perfect
    10 months ago
    Must admit that this can be among the best that has happened to me.

    Bought them from Teknikmagasinet for SEK 699 (sale)

    + Comfortable, fits perfectly (on me off)

    + good looking, the best looking on the market according to me

    + 8d / surround, I hear all the footsteps and all shots in eg fortnite

    + live sound, crystal clear sound

    + flexible, I do not feel that they will break (partially ...)

    + The microphone is probably the best available for gaming headsets (serious)

    - when you bend the headset, it "squeaks / sounds"

    - after a while you want to "air"

    have nothing more to complain about, highly recommended!
  • Very Poor
    11 months ago
    Nice nap, good sound but basically useless mic. Bought two pairs and the mic does not use any of the pairs.
  • Very good
    11 months ago
    Good headphones.

    + Nice (for a while)
    + Good sound
    + Good microphone
    + Extra cable for split connector
    + Suitable for several heads

    - Uncomfortable after approx. 30 min
    - The elements touch the ears
  • Excellent
    11 months ago
    As previous owners of Qpad QH-85, Kingston Cloud I and II that are very good, they are much better on all fronts.

    The sound is very similar to Cloud II if you drive the leather hoods, the mic is much better.

    Building quality feels better, it has been a bit shaky on the Cloud series earlier, usually wrong where the cable started to flip and the left nap does not work, it should be eliminated with removable cable.

    For 699kr this is the best purchase right now.

    At first, the naps felt a bit stiff, but it decreases after a week or two. Plus, the Cloud II ears are suitable if you want to drive fabric instead of leather.
  • Acceptable
    1 year ago
    Buy Hyperx cloud 2 instead tbh. Better comfort on them instead of these if you are going to play 4+ hours
    + the sound is okay
    + stylish design
    + Micken does his job, provide background noise
    + volume and mick control

    - hurt in your ears after 30 minutes
  • Very Poor
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Not recommended

    Bought this headset 4 days ago from the technical magazine on rea ...
    I was excited to finally have a little more premium headset that, according to the reviews on youtube, was great. But when I got home, the problem immediately became a problem, the cords needed to be pushed in with great power and when it was clear there were more problems, when I plugged the cords into the computer, nothing worked and there was no user guide inside . After about 1.5 maybe 2 h, I found the internet how to do. Given that this is my first 3.5 mm connected headset, it should still not be like this.

    When I connected it to the computer, it started to break because the muck is completely fucked. After half an hour of activating and disabling things in windows settings, I thought it was clear.

    BUT WAIT THERE IS MORE.

    When I plugged in, it broke down for the one I talked to in discord and then for several hours, it worked better, but he could barely hear me because the mock is so damn bad. It does not pick up anything with keyboards, but I think it should be given to a keyboard so it does not get any better. When I took off the pop filter (thought it was the reason) he heard me nothing better. But then I had a few days to try to fix it, but every time I started my computer it went down again.
    Tried the day after the console worked well then.

    Gave them back today.

    Good things:
    - Music sounds pretty alright
    - works perfectly on xbox
    Looks cool
    Badly
    - Micken was crazy
    - The message was hardly heard
    -one surround sound
    - Not worth the time or the price.
  • Perfect
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Have had these for 3 weeks now, bought them for 699kr, switch from HyperX Stinger to these, as I was not happy with the construction of Stinger, these are several levels higher in quality, no freak from plastic parts or so, the whole headset screams quality .

    + Good sound for games
    + Good audio for video clips
    + OK audio for music
    + Really good microphone
    + Durable, good building quality
    + Comfortable to wear

    "They are a bit basic for my ears, they could have been a millimeter deeper (Update: nothing i bother me anymore)

    Recommend these if you want a really good headset under 1000kr.

    Update:
    6 months have passed and they still feel like new, can not be happier. Recommended.
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Switch to these today when my XOfour gave up.
    Very happy ending.

    Holds the measure even after 2 months, very good quality.
  • Terrible
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Worst sound, too much mid, but the sound sounds ok compared to other headsets.
  • Good
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Did they buy this after my qpad qh-90 gave up after over 2 years (they used crazy very pretty good life) and the choice then ended up on these and now after using them for a few days I have to say that the sound is nothing wrong it's ok ok nothing spectacular but that's good.

    The microphone is well placed and removable, the sound seems clear and good so no complaints there.

    The comfort that people thought was so good in the hyperx cloud series I can not see .. the covers are so shallow that my ears rub the hard surface inside where all parts are sitting a bit annoying and I'm considering leaving them just because of this, I get do not hurt but I think you should not even feel like they're on Qpad 90, they've got a protective net between the ear and the hood so it does not feel anymore, they get a little warmer than I think they should be .

    The cable is removable and replaceable, which is good if you manage to break it for some reason.

    But keep in mind that if you have normal sized / slightly larger ears, I can not really recommend these just because it feels in your ears when you wear them and that may hurt you for some.
  • Excellent
    1 year ago
    Updated: 1 year ago
    Bought these as replacements to my Cloud II which my daughter sadly had broken (be very pleased with them so Kingston got my trust again).

    I have them connected to my Sound BlasterX AE-5 sound card, which I really recommend. The headset sounds both better and much better than on my integrated sound card on the Asus Z170-A. Keep in mind that these are 65 Ohm, so make sure your sound card can drive them.

    The sound is amazing, a clear upgrade from Cloud II, which I already thought sounded good. Uses most of the headset, movies, series, music and games. Without sound cards, however, the base can be slightly weak for my taste and the middle register is not quite as clear.

    The comfort was probably what I was most impressed with in Cloud II, and these do not disappoint me. These are as comfortable as Cloud II, I've tried a lot of headsets and nobody has been so comfortable wearing the Cloud series. Sits equally comfortably after an hour's long gaming session!

    Building quality is as impressive as in Cloud II, these are built in metal and grade plastic. The most important part, the headband is in metal construction with padding and leather imitation around which makes them very flexible and durable, these are not broken at first. Superb building quality! A big advantage against Cloud II is that all cables are modular so they can e.g. Replace if they break. That's where my Cloud II fell, when my daughter ran away with them on the head while they were plugged in, it simply became a gap in the contact. With these you could only order a new cable instead. Awesome! It comes with a 3.5mm 3.5mm 1.3m connector that connects you to the headset and either directly to your computer, mobile phone or control to your console. Then it also comes with an extension / branch 1x 3.5mm - 2x 3.5mm on 2m, which allows you to connect separate mic and sound to your computer's sound card. This I have as an extension from the back of my computer and dragged under the desk fixed at the front edge so I can easily unscrew the naps to plug them in, for example. in my phone.

    Micen is OK as in any other gaming headset, but one of the best I've tried in the category. But there is no studio drama right away. In Discord, however, it sounds superb compared to many others.

    + Comfort, really guard
    + Sound quality, sounds awesome, especially with a good DAC / AMP!
    + Building Quality
    + Modular cables, will be available as spare parts in the future
    + Removable mic

    +/- Micen is OK, good for a gaming headset.

    - Available only in a color combination at the time of writing, black / red.
    "While I like the micen to be removable, I wish they had come in some way, for example, pull it in or pull it up so it's always close to hand instead of removing it.

    On the whole, I'm very pleased with these, the best headset I've had and tried, and believe me I've tried a lot. Bought a pair of Sennheiser G4me Zero before those who went back quite fast (you can read my review on them too). These beat them without a doubt, at a much lower price.
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Best headset, affordable no Xtrfy H1 which is not affordable to me
  • Perfect
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Best headset I personally have owned in my 15 years as a gamer.
    Got the majority of headset from different manufacturers, but this is by far the best I own.
    One thing to keep in mind is that the headset is at 65ohm, which is not all built-in sound cards that sit in motherboard pallets, resulting in low noise.