Upgraded version of wireless headset
After the wired variant, the HyperX Cloud Stinger Wireless also has a successor. The Cloud Stinger 2 Wireless comes in a new guise and has been upgraded with DTS Headphone:X surround sound.
HyperX is getting an upgrade: After the spectacular Cloud Alpha Wireless with a record-breaking 300 hours of battery life, the manufacturer is turning its attention to its older headset models. In September, the Cloud Stinger 2 was presented, a revised version of the old budget model from 2016. In addition to a modernized exterior, the new version has DTS Headphone:X for immersive virtual surround sound, but remains in the same price category at just under 70 euros.
Now HyperX follows and updates Also wireless version. that Cloud Stinger 2 Wireless Connected again via 2.4 GHz dongle, but allows through DTS Headphone: x Better spatial mapping of in-game sounds. Battery life has been increased from the previous 17 20 hours Raised and the sound seems to have changed too, as the frequency response of the 50mm neodymium driver has been extended from 10 Hz – 20.2 kHz.
The housing again appears to be made entirely of plastic, but there are ear pads with memory foam filling and synthetic leather covers. Controls are located directly on the ear cups, and the bi-directional, noise-canceling microphone can be flipped.
With an RRP of around €100, the first wireless Cloud Stinger was slightly more expensive than the wired original. Along with the HyperX Cloud Stinger 2 Wireless, this price has increased to 119.99 MSRP, the headset is available now.
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