|商品尺寸||19 x 8.71 x 18.69 cm; 300 克|
|包装清单||HyperX Cloud Flight|
|兼容设备||PS4, PC, PS4 Pro|
HyperX Cloud Flight - 无线游戏耳机，含续航时间长达30小时的电池，可拆卸降噪麦克风，红色LED灯，低音，舒适记忆海绵，PS4，PC，PS4 Pro
キングストン ワイヤレスゲーミングヘッドセットHyperX Cloud Flight HX-HSCF-BK/AM 2年保証 PS4 PS4 Pro
- 无线，超长电池寿命：采用无线游戏等级，电池寿命长。 电池续航时间长达30小时，游戏会话可以减少因停止和充电而造成的中断。 包括Usb充电线。
- 音频：提供丰富的音质，清晰的低音，中音和高音。 增强的低音再现为cloud flight耳机提供了独特的游戏体验。 它采用50毫米驱动器和闭杯设计，可带来优秀的音质。
- 舒适：专为舒适，透气性和持久游戏设计而设计。 红色HyperX签名记忆海绵由亲肤，柔软，透气，柔韧的人造革制成，专为长时间佩戴而设计。 HyperX cloud flight具有轻量级构建，非常适合长时间游戏，重量仅为300克（连接麦克风时为315克）。 旋转耳罩设计用于持续时间更长的游戏，并且在颈部佩戴时可以提供舒适感，允许长时间休息。
- 多平台兼容性：PC，PS4和PS4 Pro兼容。 能够实现一个耳机用于PC和控制台游戏。 方便地连接单个USB适配器。 随附3.5毫米耳机线，USB无线适配器兼容PC，PS4和PS4 Pro。 耳机线与兼容3.5 mm连接器的设备兼容。 包含Usb适配器。
- 可拆卸噪音消除麦克风：游戏级无线，可实现可靠的连接和通信，快速轻松插入游戏或拔下音乐插头。 减少背景噪音，改善游戏内聊天体验。 无线工作频率为2.4 GHz，经TeamSpeak和Discord认证。 与Skype和mumble兼容。
- パソコン、PS4TM、PS4TM Proに対応
摆脱有线连接的束缚，感受无线HyperX Cloud Flight的自由。 凭借稳固的游戏级无线连接，令人难以置信的30小时*电池寿命和标志性的HyperX舒适性，Cloud Flight可让您拥有更长，不间断的游戏时段。 闭杯设计有助于让您保持沉浸感，而耐用的钢制滑块和高品质的结构意味着它可以承受日常磨损。 这款PC，PS4和PS4 Pro兼容耳机还可以通过附带的线缆兼容支持3.5mm有线音频连接的设备。耳罩可以旋转90°，能在休息时舒适地放在脖子上，还可以方便地控制LED效果，麦克风静音，电源和音量。 可拆卸的降噪麦克风有助于让您的通信变得清晰，Cloud Flight已通过TeamSpeak和Discord认证。。
*耳机音量调整至50%并关闭 LED 的情况下测试。
- 无线：20Hz - 20,000Hz
- 模拟：15Hz - 23,000Hz
- 声压级：1dB时106dBSPL / mW
- 频率响应：100Hz-7,000 Hz
- 灵敏度：-45dBV（0dB = 1V / Pa， 1kHz）
- 30小时 - LED关闭
- 18小时 - LED 处于呼吸模式
- 13小时 - LED常亮
- 2.4 GHz
提示和技巧：如何使用HyperX Cloud Flight获得优秀的游戏体验：
- 1件Hyper X Cloud Flight
- 1个3.5毫米耳机线 - 1个USB适配器
HyperX Cloud Flight - 用于PC / PS4的无线游戏耳机
摆脱有线连接的束缚，感受无线HyperX Cloud Flight的自由。 凭借稳固的游戏级无线连接，令人难以置信的30小时¹电池寿命和标志性的HyperX舒适性，Cloud Flight可让您拥有更长，不间断的游戏时段。 闭杯设计有助于让您保持沉浸感，而耐用的钢制滑块和高品质的结构意味着它可以承受日常磨损。 这款PC，PS4和PS4 Pro就绪耳机还可以通过附带的线缆兼容支持3.5mm有线音频连接的设备。耳罩可以在休息时旋转90°以舒适地放在脖子上，还可以方便地控制LED效果，麦克风静音，电源和音量。 可拆卸的降噪麦克风有助于让您的通信变得清晰，Cloud Flight已通过TeamSpeak和Discord³认证。
LED模式：关 = 30小时。
LED模式：开 = 13小时。
由TeamSpeak Systems GmbH于2017年12月8日认证。由Discord Inc.于2017年8月15日认证。
- 标志性的 HyperX 舒适
- PC, PS4和 PS4 Pro 兼容
PC, PS4 和PS4 Pro 兼容
一款适用于PC和PS4游戏需求的无线耳机。 Cloud Flight还可通过附带的电缆与支持3.5mm连接的设备兼容。
|HyperX Cloud - Silver||HyperX Cloud II||HyperX Cloud Alpha||HyperX Cloud Revolver||HyperX Cloud Revolver S||HyperX Cloud Flight|
|驱动器||53mm||53mm||50mm Dual Chamber||Next Gen 50mm||Next Gen 50mm||50mm|
|频率响应||15-25,000 Hz||15-25,000 Hz||13 - 27,000 Hz||12-28,000 Hz||12-28,000 Hz||20-20,000 Hz|
|连接类型||单 3.5mm||单 3.5mm||单 3.5mm||单 3.5mm||单 3.5mm||30小时无线¹|
|音频类型||立体声||HyperX Virtual 7.1环绕立体声||立体声||立体声||杜比环绕声7.1||立体声|
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I bought these several weeks ago from Amazon Warehouse, thought I would save $5. I know $5 might not seem that much, but having just spent $1400 on new PC parts for my build, every dollar counts! Anyway, I am new to PC gaming, been with consoles for years. I wanted to find a good headset that would give me good sound, good mic, good fit, good build quality, and cheap. I found these actually by accident, as I was searching for Logitech's headset, initially.
Now, these things are awesome... (The following is updated with my edit above) When they function, which to be honest is quite often. However, sometimes when I go to use these, they sometimes stop outputting sound. I go into my playback devices and I see that it is registering them active and that sound is being transmitted, except nothing comes out of the speakers. I have to unplug the USB control box from my PC and plug it back in for them to get back to working. I also have quite a bit of trouble getting these to work consistently with my HTC M8 (more so than with my PC). I sometimes have to reset my phone for these to work and I am not sure why that is. I am not sure if it is these that are just not very compatible, as I have earbuds that work every single time. That leads me to believe that these are defective in some way. It could be that by trying to save $5, these may have just been defective from the start.
The mic is pretty good too. I like that it is detachable and flexible enough to get out of the way if I need it to be. You can hear yourself when you speak, you just need to make sure that, in your recording devices, you set it to listen. I really don't like this though. There is quite a big delay (maybe around 1/2 second) in you talking to hearing yourself from the speakers. The first time I tried this, I gave myself a headache. Just try to talk, expecting to hear your voice, and as you are saying one thing you are hearing what you just said, it gets very confusing for the senses! My speech became confusing, something my brain couldn't reconcile, which led to my headache (yes, an actual headache!). I am not sure if this is something that is expected when you have to do this, but I would not recommend doing this (of course, your experience may vary). There is a little rubber piece that goes over the exposed port of the mic when you detach it, from the headset, that I see being lost quite quickly. It is a nice touch to be able to cover that port, I just wish that it could have somehow been kept on the headset, so it wouldn't get lost. I still do have mine, and I keep it in the bag that comes with this headset (more on that below) so maybe I just need to keep it there unless I use these on a trip or something.
The fit on these things are one of the best things about this. Very snug, very comfortable and when I have my glasses on, they don't press those into my head. You can either use the leather ones or the velour. I prefer the velour, they just feel very cozy and warm and plush!
The build of these things, to me, do not seem to equate to a $100 price tag. That is a good thing, as these things feel like I am stealing something from Kingston! I would honestly expect to pay quite a bit more for how well these things are built. 'How can Kingston sell these for what I paid?' I keep asking myself every time I put them on! They are built with metal along the top, padded underneath to rest comfortably on your head. With several hours of gaming, they don't feel heavy on my head. The stitching in these things is fantastic, it is a nice detail, that while it may not improve the functionality, it just proves my reasoning of thinking I am stealing something from this company, but I am glad I am not! The cord quality is great, it is braided so it doesn't tangle or get easily caught on something. The cord is standard length, from the headset to the end, which can plug into many things to be used for listening. However, it is short for having it just plugged into your PC (this is not using the USB control box). If you do use the control box, which I recommend, then it adds a lot of length, letting you sit quite a distance from your machine. The control box has a clip on the back that allows you to attach it to your pants pocket, shirt, anything else, really. This is nice cos now I don't have to figure out where my controls are when I quickly need to mute, decrease/increase volume/mic, enable/disable 7.1 virtual. So with these things not functioning properly for me at times, I am not sure if it is the control box, or the headset in general (like I said earlier, I have problems getting this to work properly on my phone too. This could all be due to the fact that I ordered from Amazon Warehouse instead of brand new). I need the control box to add the extra length as my PC sits farther away than some might have theirs. The carry bag that comes with this looks to be great quality too. I expect to use it for the first time in a couple days when I go on a trip and bring these along. It is large for these to fit and keep everything that comes with it, all in one space.
Now onto the 7.1. I cannot comment on how well this works. Let me give you some background information. I have a hearing disability. 95% of my left ear is not working and I need a hearing aid in my right ear, which is around 70% deaf. I use these things with and without my hearing aid. I cannot use the functionality of the 7.1, which is not that big of a deal for me as I have come to terms with not being able to hear very well in general. It does, however, seem to increase the volume, which sometimes I need when I listen to movies or TV shows on my PC. So read what others have to say about that, I'm sorry I cannot do this in this review. I will say though that these things can get LOUD. Which is why sometimes I use these without my hearing aid. They really do deliver a lot of sound to my ear that works. There is an audible tone when you push the controls and it is different when you reach the max and minimum. This is a nice touch as well.
Finally. I am writing this review for the product I purchased from Amazon Warehouse a couple of weeks ago. Last night (3/24/15) I initiated a return for these. Do you want know what I did after that? I purchased a brand new set of these, for the original price I was trying to avoid weeks ago! That should tell you what I think of them, flaws and all, that I actually want these again. If the new pair doesn't work correctly, or like these things did, yes I will be disappointed, but it will be a minor issue for me because all of the other benefits of these things! Plus, having looked over the reviews, I see quite often that Kingston will reach out to those who aren't satisfied with this and offer help. Not many companies care once they have your money. But when I see a company go this far for those who buy their products, being a small business owner myself, I greatly appreciate this large company for acting the way they do, even if the issue isn't resolved. It speaks volumes to those who love the products of a company and to those who may not be aware of what a company offers. But offering great customer service is another great feature of this product, and one you may not find from many others.
Now keep in mind, all of these things are coming from someone who just got into PC gaming, there may be others out there, others that are better, cheaper, more expensive, whatever... But I am glad I stumbled on these when I did, cos I don't really want to go to another product, I love these things!
One last thing, Amazon is amazing! I contacted them about these and when I order the new pair last night, they offered one day shipping free! There are a lot of bad companies out there, but Kingston and Amazon are among the elite in my opinion!
What/Why I'm replacing - I came from Audio Technica ADG1X headset that I've had for about 2 and a half years. They have been a great headset, although at a price point of $300 they should be. They were light, comfortable and sounded great. However, I've since moved from a small house in the country to a condo and while I like the large sound stage you get from open back headphones hearing my neighbors and other people around me isn't ideal while gaming or listening to music. The headset was getting a little worn out and my cable is constantly twisting and getting caught under my chair or on my keyboard so I decided it was time for something new and began investigating wireless to see if the technology had come along for headsets as it has for mice (my Logitech G Pro Wireless mouse is a dream).
Look/Style - These HyperX Cloud Flights haven't been out long but clearly HyperX put in the time and research because they just got it right. I've seen several reviewers talk about them not looking cool or flashy enough and flagging that as a negative but in my opinion it's a bonus. You can't even see the headphones when they are on your head. Maybe it's a concern if you're streaming but even Shroud uses these headphones and they look fine. I love that they don't attract a ton of attention.
Battery Life/Buttons/Drivers - I've only had these for a few days but I've yet to run out of battery since the initial charge. I use them with the LED lighting off, because I can't see it anyways when I'm wearing them. The mute button is brilliantly placed and easy to get to, the mic is so easy to detach when you don't need to communicate and would rather not have something in your face. The setup was extremely simple, although they do offer drivers/software you can download to customize further but I prefer the driver-less plug and play functionality and am glad that I can use these without that extra software. All of the controls/buttons are easy to reach and easy to use. FYI, the volume wheel controls the volume for Windows. The headset doesn't have a separate volume wheel. I actually enjoy and prefer this, because my ADG1X had it's own volume wheel (which causes audio to cut out sometimes) that even when working properly I would accidentally brush against and change my volume.
Comfort - Especially important since we tend to wear gaming headsets for hours on end. Several of the reviewers I read or watched said these were the most comfortable headphones they'd ever worn. I was still hesitant to buy into how great they would feel for the sole reason that my ADG1X were extremely light, and amazingly comfortable. I'm happy to say that HyperX got this right too. I definitely feel a little more airflow with the ADG1X which is expected since they are open back, but my ears never got sweaty with the Flights and they were surprisingly lightweight for being a wireless headset. The free feeling of no wires dangling down to your shoulders/chest is quite amazing. It would be extremely difficult if not impossible to go back at this point. My ADG1X had 53mm drivers and the cloud flight have 50mm, but for some reason the actual cups on the ADG1X were a lot bigger and completely round. Whereas the Flights are more ear-shaped and not quite as large. This makes them feel smaller on your head which is a good thing, turning your head doesn't feel quite as cumbersome.
Sound - At the end of the day nothing else about a headphone really matters if they sound like crap. As I mentioned before, these aren't audiophile grade headphones, although I don't think any audiophile would even consider a wireless headset so it's a moot point. You DO lose a certain level of audio quality by going with wireless over a wired connection. Just like you lose some connection speed going from ethernet to WiFi. For most people, this isn't an issue and the sound quality on the Flights is more than good enough to make the convenience of wireless 2-way audio with 30 hour battery life worth it. Technically my old headset (audio technica ADG1X) WAS an audiophile grade headphone, although I didn't use a DAC, amp, or even a soundcard with it to truly push it to its capabilities. That being said, I love the way these Flights sound. I'm actually hearing certain details now that I couldn't hear with my open back headset just due to noise isolation alone. Music overall sounds fuller since the bass is more prevalent (not overblown or shoved down your throat, but it was practically non-existent on my ADG1X). The highs and mids aren't as nicely detailed as on my other headphones but its' nearly impossible to tell without listening back to back and comparing, looking for a difference. The microphone is quite good as well, the people I play with on a daily basis couldn't even tell I was on a headset that cost nearly half the price of my old one. The few that I asked about it said it sounds really good. Now one big concern I did have was volume. It's very common for wireless headsets to have a pretty low volume cap due to power restrictions etc. I even read a few comments from owner's of these headphones that said they didn't get loud enough. I'm happy to say they must have had something configured wrong in their windows audio mixer because these headphones get very loud. Not blow your ear drum out loud, but they can definitely get loud enough to be uncomfortable. I have been keeping them around 50-70% depending on what games I'm playing, and most of my games have master audio set down to 50%. So there is plenty of power. I should note that the 30 hours battery life that HyperX advertises is said to be at a 50% volume. So if you regularly keep the volume higher or maxed you won't get quite as much battery life but it should still be plenty enough that you don't have to charge mid session. I must also say the soundstage is surprisingly better than I thought it would be for closed back phones, and you can very clearly pinpoint the direction of enemy footsteps and gun shots.
Final Thoughts - I highly recommend this headset. The level of performance is unmatched for a wireless headset in this price range. Everything just comes together so nicely in an easy, convenient to use package that performs like a wired headset in many ways. I was able to walk my entire condo (1100 sq ft) without losing/degrading the connection to my PC playing music. I've always considered HyperX a solid contender in the gaming headset market, but to see this as their first attempt at wireless makes me a true believer in the brand and I look forward to seeing what they come up with next!