HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headphones Launched In India For Rs. 10,499

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HyperX Cloud Alpha Gaming Headphones Launched In India For Rs. 10,499

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HyperX has launched the Cloud Alpha gaming headphones in India for Rs 10,499. According to HyperX, these are the first headphones to feature Dual Chamber technology. The headphones will be available across the country from the 26th of March 2018. The retail package also contains a carry case.



If you looking for a premium gaming headphones with a budget of Rs 10,000, then you can look at the SteelSeries Arctis 7,  Corsair Void Pro RGB, and the HyperX CloudX Revolver Gears as well.

The SteelSeries Arctis 7 is a wireless gaming headphone, which supports 7.1 surround sound with an S1 audio driver. These headphones have an Airweave Ear Cushions, which makes you feel comfortable even in long gaming sessions.

The Corsair Void Pro RGB headphones only work with PC or a console with a USB port. These headphones have a custom 50mm driver, which uses neodymium magnets. Additionally, these headphones are Dolby 7.1 certified, to deliver an immersive audio experience.

HyperX CloudX Revolver Gears sport a Gear of War themed design. These headphones are tested and approved by Microsoft to use with different Xbox consoles. Unlike The Corsair Void Pro RGB headphones, these have a 3.5 mm headphone jack, which makes them universal.

HyperX Cloud Alpha Specs

The HyperX Cloud Alpha has a 50mm driver. The dual chamber design assists to differentiate bass from mids and highs. The headphones have a memory foam, with an expandable headband. Additionally, the headband and earcups are connected using a red colour aluminium frame, which increases the aesthetic value of these headphones.

The wired 3.5 mm cable is user replaceable and can connect with a variety of gadgets like Xbox, PS, PC, and Nintendo. However, the retail package does not have adapters required for Xbox One controllers. These headphones have a wide range of frequency from 13Hz to 27,000Hz. Similarly, the device has an impedance of 65 Ohms. Additionally, there is an in-line user replaceable microphone on the headphone, which has a frequency range of 50Hz to 18,00Hz with polar pattern noise cancellation.

Driver Custom dynamic, 50mm with neodymium magnets
Type Circumaural closed back
Frequency response 13Hz–27,000Hz
Impedence 65 ?
Sound pressure level 98dBSPL/mW at 1kHz
T.H.D. < 1%
Weight 298g
Weight with mic & cable 336g
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
Connection (Microphone) Electret condenser microphone
Polar pattern Noise-cancelling
Frequency response 50Hz-18,000Hz
Sensitivity 50Hz-18,000Hz

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