Just okay. This product is incredibly overrated and it seems that those who post reviews do not have any particular experience when it comes to ear bells generally.
The microphone is miserable, they can not possibly afford a lot of money on it. The sound is quite straightforward, but lacks some depth and detail. All of my friends who have gone for these ear clocks sound much worse via VOIP. I want to say that one earns a living by going for something a little more expensive, like Sennheiser, whose building quality, sound and microphone are very good.
After about 1 month of use it appears there is an issue with the USB soundcard dongle which is causing crackling in the headset. works fine in you plug into the 3.5 mm jacks. Seems to be a common issue: http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2533451/hyperx-cloud-popping-crackling-sounds.html
I've also had to use 3rd party software to boost the mic volume up to an audible level.
I preferred my old logitech wireless headset as it had a microphone mute and a volume control on the headset itself, while the Cloud II has an inline remote which is less convenient.
My advice is to avoid this headset.
Has now had mine in a little more in a month. The sound is very good, the mic works perfectly. The beginning was very hard team, which created a tough pressure in the ears, where the jawbone comes up. Something that has become better now with the use.
However, the comfort and the weight that little minus, when it comes to lightweight Logitech H800 that you forget that you are wearing it is a big difference. But there is clearly much better sound and the outside world will not hear what you're listening to or doing.
Clearly worth the SEK 499 that I paid.
After testing this headset a few days so I feel its sound as relatively "tinny", not as dynamic as the headset I had previously (Logitech G35).
7.1 function only makes matters worse by giving the sound a sort of echo effect beyond canned-igheten. I even tried to connect the headset directly to your computer through a Creative X-Fi sound card without improvements "can-igheten", which I thus assume it's a problem with the headset's structure with the elements sits and plays the sound.
Can say that the music and voices will sound headset as the most "tinny" like voices and music in movies, but the sound effects and the game so lets headset relatively good,
and in contrast to the Logitech G35 so HyperX Cloud II much better built in materials and design, the actual metal stress points at the covers where the headset is bent when you put it on the head.
For my part, when I listen a lot to music, this is no headset for me, but you are looking for a headset primarily for gaming, this is probably worth.
Have a pair of pink / white then half a year back and I love them! Snyggaste headphones!
Mick is really good and it's perfect for me who rarely speaks in the one to take it. And since it is a three-pin connector, you can also use the phone to get the best sound you've ever had a conversation!
Regulatory 7.1 feature so it is only hittepå and can not compare to a real 7.1 system. But it provides a larger space in the sound and you can more easily discern where the sound comes. And I must admit that I love feature when it comes to videos with voice such as youtube. But the music is just completely wrong and does not sound right.
+ Grim microphone
+ USB Sound Card for free
+ Luxury box
+ 3-pole 3.5mm connector compatible with smartphones
+ Detachable microphone with 3.5mm connector
- The firmware can only be updated on Windows (Mac ??)
- JAMPJÄVEL USB card that can not be shut down!
- Cord not replaceable
Are you kidding for over 1.000kr so there is no need to choose something else.