HyperX Cloud Stinger Headset Review
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.
With such a strong brand it is not a great surprise to see that Kingston are seeking to expand it, and we've looked at a few of their new peripherals. Today though both us and Kingston are heading back into more familiar territory with the Cloud Stinger headset. If you've been around these hallowed halls for a little while you'll be aware that we loved the Cloud headset, and even its follow up the Cloud 2. They have form when it comes to producing comfortable closed back headsets that are both affordable and high quality.
With the Cloud Stinger Kingston have eschewed the all metal construction of its predecessors and gone for light weight and comfort whilst retaining rigid hinges. Does the Cloud Stinger continue Kingston's excellent headset range?
We've seen a lot of headsets with 40mm drivers, so it's nice to see the Cloud Stinger adopt the 50mm options. Slightly larger drivers mean a wider range than the 20Hz-20kHz that we're used to seeing, with the Stinger supporting 18Hz-23kHz. This should give us great audio fidelity.