Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger Reviews

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Manufacturer: Kingston
Expert Reviews: 
 4.3
User Reviews: 
 4.4
 
 

HyperX Cloud Stinger Core review: A great gaming headset on a tight budget

4.0
Verdict: HyperX Cloud Stinger Core gaming headset tries to make a balance between audio quality and comfort, along with a reasonable price tag. Read our review.
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Read full review at Indian Express
1 year ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset

3.5
Verdict: The Stinger fits the Kingston HyperX Cloud mold, with a comfortable headset and a great overall value.
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Read full review at APH Networks
2 years ago
 

HyperX Cloud Stinger Headset Review

3.8
Verdict: For what it is, this value designed low-cost unit gets the job done and still has some quality to it.
Pros: Value driven low cost but contains quality, Sound quality is higher than expected, Rotatable ear cups
Cons: No cool extra features, Does not ship with a carrying case, Headstrap and ear cups could use just a little more work

Read full review at Mygamer
2 years ago
 

Kingston Cloud II Gaming Headset Review

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Verdict: This is a fantastic gaming headset and if you're involved in eSports, or just a keen gamer at home, you'll love what the Cloud II has to offer. You'll struggle to find anything better, or with a comparable feature set for the same kind of money and that makes this one of the best all-round headsets...
Pros: Excellent build quality, Very comfortable fit, Detachable microphone, Separate game/chat volume control, Multi-format support, Braided cables, Competitive price
Cons: None

Read full review at eteknix.com
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II Pro

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Verdict: The realm of gaming headsets is populated by many dubious quality and overpriced offerings shielded by the 'gaming' facade. The need for prospective buyers to do some research before they buy is particularly important for a gaming headset.
Pros: Extremely comfortable, Balanced audio profile, USB soundcard, Range of colours, Virtual 7.1 surround mode
Cons: Overly-long cable, Mic jack cover easily lost

Read full review at HEXUS
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II Pro Gaming Headset Review

4.4
Verdict: When it comes to putting the HyperX Cloud II to the test it proved itself quite well. The comfort of this headset is up there with the best. The extra included velour cup cushions proved to be the best feeling and throughout testing we even felt as if it wasn't on.
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Read full review at technologyx.com
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX CLOUD II Pro Gaming Headset Review

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Verdict: Quite a few months have passed since we last reviewed a gaming headset but since we finally got out hands on Batman Arkham Knight we decided to use it with some of the gaming peripherals we have here (along with Battlefield 4, Planetside 2 and Star Citizen) including several gaming headsets.
Pros: - Build Quality (Flexible/Durable Aluminum Frame, - Excellent Audio Quality (Crystal Clear Mids/Highs, - Very Good Bass Levels, - 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound USB Card, - Comfortable (Size/Weight/Cushions, - Removable Boom Microphone (Improved Model, - Available In 3 Colors
Cons: - No Control Software, - Price (For Some

Read full review at nikktech.com
3 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset

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Verdict: The Kingston HyperX Cloud II gaming headset are well built and should provide for years of enjoyment. The sound quality is very good for music and movies, and the virtual surround does a good job to simulate that you are in the game.
Pros: ? Attractive styling (even in hot pink and white, ? High end sound for gaming and multimedia enjoyment, ? Solid construction, ? Includes plenty of useful accessories, ? Two sets of ear pads, one in leatherette and one in cloth, ? 8 year old daughter finally enthused about something I reviewed
Cons: ? Can't get 7.1 channel surround or use microphone unless using USB adapter, ? I wish the microphone jack cover was attached to the headphones, so I won't lose it, ? Would like an adapter to use a sound card's dedicated outputs for surround sound and microphone

Read full review at big bruin
3 years ago
 

HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset Review

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Verdict: Introduction The Gaming Headset. Ubiquitous and necessary to any gamers arsenal of tools. In cooperative multiplayer games, a good headset can make the difference between the glorious sound of "Head Shot!
Pros: Comfort, sound, price. Build Quality
Cons: Could get a little warm in extended game play

Read full review at PureOverclock
2 years ago
 

HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset

4.5
Verdict: The HyperX Cloud Stinger is one of the best headsets that I've used or handled this year. The fixed cable is the one thing that gives me pause, but the Cloud Stinger basically nails each area of concern for a $50 headset and elevates the category.
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Read full review at High-Def Digest
2 years ago
 

HyperX Cloud Stinger review: Decent, affordable, versatile gaming headphones

4.8
Verdict: The HyperX Cloud Stinger is definitely a versatile, decent sounding, and comfortable gaming headset that won't break the bank.
Pros: Comfortable, lightweight design. Crisp and clear sound. Great mic/voice quality. Very affordable
Cons: Non-removable mic, lacking on the bass end of the sound scale

Read full review at Techaeris
2 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger

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Verdict: If you are more into gaming and looking for a good and affordable gaming headphone the HyperX Cloud Stinger is a good option to consider. It is available on Amazon for Rs. 3,800. This is a wired headphone that comes with built in microphone.
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Read full review at gogi.in
2 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset

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Verdict: Overall, I'm quite impressed with the HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset. A mouth full just to say that – but after disliking the HyperX Cloud Revolver as much as I did – I'm actually quite happy with this drop in price and slight redesign.
Pros: Price point is awesome; great sound for an everyone price, Comfort and quality align with the rest of the HyperX Cloud Series, Quick mute option, Volume control on headset – little easier than fumbling with a cable, Did I mention the price point rocks
Cons: Can't remove the mic – not end of world (just a feature I REALLY like – picky Panda

Read full review at Overclockers Club
2 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset Review

4.8
Verdict: Of all the headsets I've had the privilege of using, the performance of the Kingston HyperX Cloud II Pro Gaming Headset exceeds its price point. The audio quality alone is nothing short of fantastic to experience during any gaming
Pros: High quality design and materials, Fantastic audio quality, Very comfortable on the head
Cons: None

Read full review at Futurelooks
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger

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Verdict: Kingston has been renowned for their prowess in creating some of the most trusted memory products for computing over the years, but recently, they have expanded into different fields such as audio peripherals. Their latest product from that line is the Kingston HyperX Cloud II gaming headset.
Pros: Amazing Audio, Lightweight, Can be used with gaming consoles
Cons: No companion software for tuning, Virtual 7.1 doesn't provide much depth

Read full review at chip.com.my
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II Headset

4.0
Verdict: Gaming headsets don't have to be just for gaming. Any good set can also work well as regular stereo headphones , as long as they have a 3.5mm connection and sound good, and the boom mic doesn't get in the way.
Pros: Attractive, understated design. Solid build quality. Works with PCs and mobile devices as well as most modern game systems
Cons: Virtual 7.1-channel surround isn't effective. Besides the USB sound card, cable isn't detachable

Read full review at PC Magazine
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset Review

5.0
Verdict: Last year we took a look at Kingston's original HyperX Cloud Gaming headset and there really was not
Pros: – Built with quality materials, – Great sound and 7.1 virtual surround sound, – Removable microphone, – Comes with carrying case, – Can be used in stereo or USB mode, – 2 different sets of earcups included
Cons: – No control software for the sound card, – Need an adapter if you want to use it in stereo mode with a PC and be able to use the microphone

Read full review at ThinkComputers
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II gaming headset

4.5
Verdict: KitGuru Says: Kingston's newly revamped Cloud II headset does not change the formula much, but that is a good thing. The surround features add a new element to an already stellar product without bumping the price up too much.
Pros: Gaming audio is fantastic. Although imperfect, 7.1 setting adds new dimension to gameplay, Metal frame means no creaking, making it great for Oculus Rift gaming, Great for music too, Plenty of volume, Microphone clarity is excellent, Supremely comfortable over multi-hour periods, Although not...
Cons: Virtual surround sound is not as good as the real deal, Audio cable should be on the right, Noise cancelling microphone is not perfect

Read full review at KitGuru
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger

4.6
Verdict: Kingston's HyperX Cloud II headset feels like it is worth around $300, sounds like it is worth $200 and costs $100. We recommend this for any gamer looking for a game-winning headset.
Pros: The feel, Comfort in the long-run, Strong backbone, Easy to clean
Cons: Size issues, The microphone socket, USB, PRICING, United States, Kingston HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset for PC/PS4/Mobile retails for $97.29 at Amazon, Canada, Kingston HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset for PC/PS4/Mobile retails for CDN$204.08 at Amazon Canada

Read full review at Tweak Town
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger Headset

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Verdict: Hey all, it's been a while since I was able to get another review done but the wait has paid off with what could be a great headset at a great price point. Today we'll be looking at the brand new HyperX Cloud Stinger gaming headset that features 50mm directional drivers, an ear cup volume slider, a...
Pros: Light weight, Simple and clean design, Compatibility with many devices, Signature memory foam padding, 50mm Directional drivers (like surround sound, 90° rotating ear cups, Price
Cons: Issue with volume slider as it nears 0% (could be an isolated issue

Read full review at BCCHardware
2 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II

4.5
Verdict: The Kingston HyperX Cloud II aims to offer everything the average gamer would want from a headset. It boasts big 53mm drivers, surround sound processing, and a detachable microphone. It works with all of the major gaming platforms, including PC/Mac, mobile, PS4 and Xbox One (with an adaptor).
Pros: Great sound quality, Luxurious finish, Thoughtful extras
Cons: Headphone cord doesn't detach, Flimsy carry case

Read full review at TrustedReviews
2 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset

4.5
Verdict: The HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset provides some excellent value for money and impressive audio!
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Read full review at impulsegamer
2 years ago
 

HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming Headset

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Verdict: Headsets, like most peripherals, are very subjective. Both looks and fit make reviews more opinion based than products we can accurately benchmark, at least without some very expensive audio equipment.
Pros: Comfortable memory foam ear cups, Directional drivers, Great gaming separation, Massive compatibility
Cons: Plastic construction, Microphone could be better, Distorts at high end of range

Read full review at Ninja Lane
2 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II Review: King of Comfort

3.5
Verdict: Last year, Kingston shocked many gamers by releasing the HyperX Cloud, a surprisingly good gaming headset from folks who are known for selling storage drives. The company's new HyperX Cloud II retains its predecessor's cozy, stylish design while adding virtual 7.1 surround sound for extra immersion.
Pros: Best-in-class comfort, Stylish, lightweight design, Includes both pleather and plush ear covers
Cons: Lackluster bass, No software for customizing sound

Read full review at Tom's Guide
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II Review

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Verdict: Kingston was off to a great start on their first venture into the gaming headset segment when they unveiled the first HyperX Cloud . Needless to say, they're trying to ride the momentum with their second gaming headset – the Kingston HyperX Cloud II .
Pros: Utilitarian design, Aluminum build, Soft padding, Interchangeable ear pads, Durable braided cables, Useful bundled accessories, Large 53mm drivers, Outstanding audio quality for its price, Affordable for what it has to offer, Improved detachable microphone
Cons: Rubber cap on line-out port can easily get lost, 7.1 surround sound is good but still miles away from true 7.1 surround sound quality

Read full review at YugaTech
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II Gaming Heaset Review

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Verdict: I'm sure you're all familiar with Kingston and their HyperX line of gaming memory and SSD's. Did you know that HyperX also makes gaming peripherals? Their original headset - the HyperX Cloud - has been out for a while and has gained a lot of praise from the gaming community.
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Read full review at Pro-Clockers
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger

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Verdict: Cloud Stinger by Kingston really does deliver what it promises, lightweight design with few cool features that do not break the bank. When looking at just the sound performance/reproduction of Cloud Stinger it is spot on as well. It is hard to find a good pair of headsets on the budget.
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Read full review at Modders-Inc
2 years ago
 

HyperX Cloud Stinger Headset

5.0
Verdict: There's just no doubt about it: HyperX hit a homerun with the Cloud Stinger. Coming in under $50 pricepoint probably wasn't easy, and none of its big-name competitors have been willing to try.
Pros: Great performance in gaming; comfortable earcups, flexible boom mic flips up to mute; amazing price
Cons: Stiff headband; slightly "plasticky" feel

Read full review at Tech Buyer's Guru
2 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger

No reviews
Verdict: 
Pros: Comfortable memory foam ear cups Directional drivers Great gaming separation Massive compatibility
Cons: Plastic construction Microphone could be better Distorts at high end of range

Read full review at hardwareasylum.com
2 years ago
 

HyperX Cloud Stinger review: Solid entry-level audio is cheaper than ever

No reviews
Verdict: HyperX first made a name for itself back in 2014 with the release of its Cloud headset. Featuring clean audio and an incredible level of comfort for a street price of $80, we've been recommending the Cloud ever since.
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Read full review at review.goodgearguide.com.au
2 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud II review

4.0
Verdict: Our favourite gaming headset just got better with 7.1 digital surroundbut it's also driven down the price of its predecessor, so choosing between Cloud models is a tough call.
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Read full review at PCGamer Online
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger

4.1
Verdict: Last year's Kingston HyperX Cloud despite being positioned as a gaming headset was well-rounded enough for all kinds of uses. We even recommended it over the more bombastic Asus Strix Pro . Kingston has already launched an upgrade and quite unsurprisingly it is called the Kingston HyperX Cloud II.
Pros: Great fit, Decent surround sound, Good value for money
Cons: Cable could have been detachable

Read full review at gadgets.ndtv.com
4 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger

4.6
Verdict: There is no better headphone at this price point other than HyperX Cloud II that gives a stunning virtual 7.1 channel surround sound experience.
Pros: Solid construction quality Super comfortable ear cups Loud speaker drivers with 60 Ohm impedance Natural sounds with no artificial boosting or attenuation Very great performance vs price ratio
Cons: Cable is a little short unless you are using the USB sound card

Read full review at soundreview.org
4 years ago
 

HyperX Cloud Stinger Headset Review

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Verdict: The HyperX range has long been a measure of quality, and it's probably a fair assumption to say that most of us have owned at least one HyperX product in our PC owning lifetime.
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Read full review at Overclock3D
2 years ago
 

HyperX Cloud Stinger Headset

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Verdict: It would appear that just like the HyperX Alloy FPS keyboard, HyperX have nailed it again, the HyperX Cloud Stinger is so close to perfection it's worthy of one of our Platinum awards. At just £55 it's simply as good as you could hope for and better than many Headsets costing much more…
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Read full review at pcgameware.co.uk
2 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger

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Verdict: Kingston is a leader in the memory and storage market, but the company has recently expanded its product portfolio to more completely cover the gamer's needs.
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Read full review at CDRinfo
3 years ago
 

Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger

4.4
Verdict: Kingston has once again impressed us with their latest headset from their HyperX Cloud series, the Stinger. Aimed at budget-conscious gamers, the Stinger offers up goodies such as HyperX signature memory foam, rotating ear cups, and intuitive microphone and volume adjustments.
Pros: Very comfortable, Lightweight – 275 grams, Headset mounted volume slider is conveniently placed, Memory foam in all padding areas, Low price
Cons: No size markings on adjustable slider band, Headset cord is short when used without Y-adapter extension

Read full review at Bjorn3d.com
2 years ago
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