HyperX Cloud Revolver S Dolby 7.1 Gaming Headset $159.76 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon UK via AU

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Was looking for a new PC Gaming Headset and noticed that the HyperX Cloud Revolver S was much cheaper on Amazon UK via AU.
Decent looking reviews too.

  • Plug N Play Dolby Surround 7.1 audio technology
  • Advanced USB audio control box with DSP sound card.Signature HyperX memory foam with premium leatherette
  • Studio-grade sound stage allows you to hear further away. Frequency response(headphones): 12 Hz–28,000 Hz
  • Compatible with multiple platforms like PCs/Xbox One/PS4/Wii U/Mac and mobile.
  • The headset in supported as a stereo headset only on the Xbox One, Wii U and mobile

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Comments

  • First price was better;)

  • Not at all worth it at this price, focus on a nice pair of headphones and get a cheap desk mic or a boom/lavalier. I picked up the non-USB version 3 years ago for less than $80.

    These should be going for $80 these days really, and I think this price is basically it's standard price, if not quite it's launch price.

    They're comfortable, the boom mic is decent and they have good imaging and a wide soundstage for a closed back, but the detail level for the price point is not good enough (and this won't show up on the RTings review).

    Great in that $80 range, but otherwise look at the MH752, a wireless set, or just get nice headphones.

    • I own a pair and this is one of the best gaming headphones I've owned if not the best.

      I had the Artic 7 before it and that one did not last, the kids somehow chewed the cable and I could not source their proprietary cable anywhere, so ended up buying a Sennheiser for around $250, that thing was so uncomfortable AF, it sat at the front of the head somehow O.o. I took it back the same day to JB and got it replaced with this one.

      The kids have literally ran around the house with it dragging behind and they've dropped it more than a few times and it's never missed a beat.

      I used to play Fortnite on it a few years back and the 7.1 is quite nice to detect footsteps (above below mainly).
      Music is rich as well and the mic is pretty clear from what other players had told me.

      A 10/10 headset for me.

      • $250 typically doesn't get you much audio quality with Sennheiser unless you're buying the HD58X or the HD6XX. Arctis 7 needs a slight EQ to get more out of them, but I consider that a secondary choice to just getting nice headphones.

        If you want an affordable daily driver for your kids, check out the Takstar Pro 82 or the Takstar GM200, as they weigh barely more than 200g. The well-regarded Cooler Masters are based on these, with the GM200 being the most similar with a tasteful bass boost compared to the Pro 82's flat-ish signature.

        They're not built indestructibly, but they are simple enough in construction with a detachable cable, so they're virtually no chance to rip the thing apart unless they're trying to.

        TakstarAudio or Takstar Official are the stores on AliE to buy from, usually the former has the better deals. Can be as low as $70 for either item with discounts, coupons and cashbacks during major sales (October & November are the next ones), normal price around $100-$110.

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