HyperX Cloud Revolver Pro Gaming Headset Review
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
HyperX is one of the most instantly recognisable brands in the PC market today, and that’s no surprise given that they have produced many fantastic quality memory products that are in countless systems around the world. They took a dive into the world of peripherals a few years ago, releasing their much-praised Cloud headset, and later their Cloud II. Now HyperX is back again with what is set to be their greatest headset to date, the HyperX Cloud Revolver.
Studio-grade sound stage for a competitive edge.
“HyperX Cloud RevolverTM has a wider audio range that creates depth and width for improved audio precision. Get the competitive edge by hearing your opponents’ location more accurately, even when they’re further away. Re-engineered audio pro les create a larger sound stage that’s ideal for FPS and open-environment gameplay and for a concert hall-like experience when listening to music.” – HyperX
Equipped with high-performance 50mm drivers, HyperX memory foam padding, a detachable noise-cancellation microphone, multi-platform support and TeamSpeak, Discord, Skype, Ventrilo, Mumble and RaidCall certification, the HyperX Cloud Revolver is one of the best equipped headsets you’ll find, so let’s jump right in and take a closer look at what it has to offer.
- Driver dynamic, 50mm with neodymium magnets
- Type circumaural, closed back
- Frequency response 12Hz–28,000 Hz
- impedance 30 Ω
- Sound pressure level 104.5dBSPL/mW at 1kHz
- THD < 2%
- Input power rated 30mW, maximum 500mW
- Weight 360g
- Weight w/ mic 376g
- Cable length and type headset (1m) + audio control box (2m)
- Connection headset – 3.5mm plug (4 pole) + audio control box – 3.5mm stereo and mic plugs
- Element electret condenser microphone
- Polar pattern uni-directional, noise-cancelling
- Frequency response 50Hz–18,000 Hz
- Sensitivity -40dBV (0dB=1V/Pa,1kHz)
The packaging is nicely designed, with a great image of the headset on the front, as well as a quick rundown of the main features and supported devices.
Around the back, a quick rundown of the steel frame design, control box, detachable microphone and more.
The box has a slip cover, behind which you’ll find a durable presentation box.
In the box, you’ll find extensive foam padding with the headset stored nice and snug in the middle, as well as the control box.
Finally, you’ll find the control box comes with dual 3.5mm gold-plated headers, and a small in-line controller. There’s also a fully detachable noise-cancelling microphone with a durable boom and a good-sized head.