Driver size: 400 mm
Impedance: 145000 Ω
Cyber Acoustics ACM-7002
Weight: 0.11 g
|Headset (integrated/enclosed microphone)||yes|
|Microphone type||Boom microphone|
|Microphone sensitivity||-39.0 dB|
|Microphone frequency||50 - 18000|
|Microphone direction type||Cardioid microphone|
|Colour of product|
|Body material||Memory foam|
|Frequency range||15 - 25000|
|Diaphragm diameter||2.1 in|
|Driver size||2.09 in|
|Total harmonic distortion (THD)||2.0 %|
|Simulated surround sound||yes|
|3.5 mm/6.3 mm adapter included||no|
|Type of connector|
|Type of USB connector||USB Type-A|
|Power handling capacity||150.0 mW|
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HyperX Cloud II (Wired Headphone): 4.4 out of 5 stars from 58 genuine reviews on Australia's largest opinion site ProductReview.com.au.
A wireless gaming headset that lacks true versatility
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Ask me what my favorite color is, and I would probably say something like blue. I am not entirely sure why, but the color blue is calming and ferocious at the same time. In my wardrobe, my clothing reflects a similar trend, as most of my clothing is white, black, or blue. On the other hand, one of the few colors I have in my wardrobe is pink. I have a single tie which is black and pink, and that is about it. I actually really like that tie, so no complaints here. However, you will rarely ever see me wearing this color. It is not like I dislike the color per sé, but I prefer other colors over pink for clothing in general. As for today's product, the HyperX Cloud II is Kingston's successor to the original HyperX Cloud, which I reviewed back in September 2014. It originally came out in a black and red color scheme, but they released a white and black special edition, which I was able to review. Fast forward to today, and I have the special edition of the Cloud II, except this time in a white and pink. Pink has been a common trend here at APH Networks, as it seems almost everyone on this website has tested a pink product. Most recently it was Jonathan Kwan's hipster Inateck MacBook Pro Sleeve, but we have also seen a USB drive, a USB fan, and a laptop power supply from my fellow editors. Now it is my turn to foray into this shade of red, with the product we have today. However, it is also important to see what Kingston has changed from the original Cloud. Hopefully, this pinkness will not get me distracted from the review at hand. Let us dig in to see what we have today!
The HyperX Cloud II Wireless is an experiment in how little you need to change something to make it feel fresh. Does it pan out?
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