Kingston’s $99 Hyper X Cloud Alpha Pro gaming headphones are available today!

The Hyper X Cloud Alpha Pro gaming headphones are the latest addition to the Hyper X lineup of gaming gear from Kingston. If you aren’t familiar with the Hyper X Cloud series gaming cans then you should know that they’re Kingston’s more affordable set of gaming headphones. Inexpensive it doesn’t mean cheap when it comes to these headphones. Kingston has put a lot of audio tech into these new gaming cans with 50mm dual chamber drivers that promise to give you clearer sound by minimizing distortion and not compromising volume. The Hyper X Cloud Alpha’s are also super comfortable and super light. It’s a great set of headphones for just $99 and you can get a set officially today. You can check out Kingston’s official press release for further details and a full spec breakdown

 


HyperX Now Shipping Cloud Alpha Gaming Headset With Gaming Industry’s First Dual Chamber Technology

Cloud Alpha DNA Features HyperX Signature Comfort, Enhanced Audio Design and Unique Look
Fountain Valley, CA – Sept. 25, 2017– HyperX®, the gaming division of Kingston® Technology Company, Inc., is now shipping its next generation gaming headset – the HyperXTM Cloud Alpha – to casual gamers and pro teams around the world. Building on the comfort and sound DNA of previous award-winning headsets, Cloud Alpha offers a range of new and enhanced features, including HyperX Dual Chamber technology for better sound and less distortion. With 50mm drivers, the dual chamber design allows HyperX to tune the bass frequencies separate from the mids and highs, creating a dynamic sound that makes gaming, music and movies more realistic and immersive.
“Cloud Alpha is the first gaming headset to integrate HyperX dual chamber technology to deliver an unrivaled sound experience,” said Tyler Needles, global audio business manager, HyperX. “Designed and tested in the HyperX labs, Cloud Alpha delivers the best possible audio performance, comfort and build quality for the ultimate competitive advantage for top eSports pros and casual gamers around the world.”
Cloud Alpha is designed to deliver the ultimate comfort for hours of extended gameplay with premium HyperX signature memory foam, pliable leatherette and an expanded headband to fit a wider range of gamers. Its durable, lightweight aluminum frame features a unique accent design easily recognized during major tournaments or at a local gaming event. Cloud Alpha also features a detachable cable with in-line audio control allowing gamers to adjust volume and mute microphone on the cable, with multi-platform

compatibility on PC, PS4TM, PS4TM Pro, Xbox OneTM1, Xbox One STM1, Mac®, Mobile2, Nintendo SwitchTM, and other virtual reality systems with 3.5mm ports3.
Availability
Cloud Alpha is now available through HyperX’s network of retail and e-tail outlets for $99.99 MSRP. For more information on Cloud Alpha and global availability, please visit the Cloud Alpha webpage.

Features
• HyperX Dual Chamber Technology for more distinction and less distortion
• HyperX Signature Memory Foam
• Durable aluminum frame with expanded headband, and new fork design
• Detachable braided cable with convenient in-line audio control
• Detachable noise cancellation microphone
• Discord and TeamSpeakTM Certified
• Multi-platform compatibility
Headphone
Driver Custom, dynamic Type Circumaural, Frequency response Impedance
SPL (Sound Pressure Level)
50mm with neodymium magnets Closed back
13Hz–27,000Hz
65 ?
98dBSPL/mW at 1kHz
T.H.D.
Weight
Weight w/ mic and cable
Cable length and type Detachable headset cable (1.3m) + PC extension cable (2m) Connection Detachable headset cable – 3.5mm plug
(4 pole) + PC extension cable – 3.5mm stereo and mic plugs
Microphone
Element
Polar pattern Frequency response Sensitivity
Electret condenser microphone Noise-cancelling 50Hz–18,000 Hz
-43dBV (0dB=1V/Pa,1kHz)

If you wanna pick up a pair then you can get them officially from your favorite electronic’s retailer like BestBuy, Gamestop or Amazon.

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