REVIEW:Hyperx cloud revolver

I have been using this headset about a month.

Metal frame, but the adjustment are swingarm made of plastic, which is the weakest point of the headset.

Because the plates are swingarm, the plastic will not get as much stress,as it would if it was not swingarm, but still it would be nice if it was made of metal.

I did go for the cloud revolver because of the steel frame, which is good if you drop it on the floor.

Pros:

  • Good sound

Much better sound than Logitech G430(this might not be so noticeable for everybody, but for me it is.)

without too much bass.Things I barely hear , I now can hear even better than the G430.Noticeably better sound than the Logitech g430 headset, I have been listening to Jimi Hendrix a lot ,everything sounds much clearer, the cymbals are a lot more noticeable, the bass guitars are more noticeable,even imperfection, like static sound from old recordings,or distortion effect is much clearer. or when the singer got the mouth too close to the mic I can hear the difference much better, than on the g430.On the track ”Little Wing” the Glockenspiel was much more noticeable, I could clearly hear what instrument it was,unlike g430 and the other headsets I have been using in the past.

  • quite comfy
  • Preside volume wheel
  • Braided cable fabric cable
  • The adjustment work well, and keeps the headset on your head,even when your head is upside down
  • 3.5 jacks
  • light weight
  • decent microphone
  • detachable microphone
  • should fit big ears,its easy to just move the cups to the desired position, my ears are average size and I got the space for 1 ringer tip,both on the top and and rear of the cup.
  • easy to put on with one hand

Cons:

  • gets hot and sweaty after a while.
  • If you got big ears that stick out the ears will touch the plate,as long as you got average , or bit over the average but not ears that stick out,then you are on the safe side.
  • the suspension self-adjusting headband-swing arm should be made of metal instead of plastic,for better durability.
  • if you move your head fast,or hit your fingers on the steel frame it makes a sound similar to a church bell or hitting a metal tube against some other metal depending on where you hit it, but this is not a big deal-breaker for me, I already knew about this when I purchased this headset.
  • might not fit your your head is above average size,mine is about 59cm,which result in about a half cm space between the steel frame and the a headband
  • Synthetic leather, instead of real leather, I had bad experience with synthetic leather, it usually wear out quite fast,but time will tell.
  • The palstic parts:

    Damaged plastic part

 

Damaged plastic part

 

Things to improve:

  • swing arms and the plastic parts on the headband should be made of metal.
  • make it easy to take off the cushion.
  • bigger cession for big ears that stick out.
  • spare cessions should be included,which is nice when its hot and you sweat and you need to wash the cessions,then you can just put on the fresh spare cessions.
  • replace the synthetic leather with real leather
  • more metal parts instead of plastic.

 

 Verdict/conclusion:

If you want a headset that don’t break by just using it one year,this headset will do the job,the steel frame makes sure of that.

But there the is room for improvement.

Official product page: http://www.hyperxgaming.com/us/cloud/hx-hscr

https://www.komplett.no/product/878732/datautstyr/headset-pckonsoll/gaming-headset-pc/hyperx-cloud-revolver-gaming-headset#

 

http://www.amazon.com/HyperX-Revolver-Headset-HX-HSCR-BK-NA/dp/B01CIEBU54/186-6646101-6381358?ie=UTF8&Version=1&entries=0

 

 

 

 

 

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