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HyperX Cloud Revolver

Pro Gaming Headset for PC/Mac, PS4, Xbox One* and mobile

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"Love the delivery speed"
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

Ordered the headset on 24th May using express, delivered right to my doorstep on the 25th May. Love the sound quality, crisp treble and midtones, decent bass, good for gaming. Mic quality is very good.

10 out of 11 people found this review helpful.
"2016 Best Gaming Headset"
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

I went against the grain of sticking to the more expensive the better mantra, and after reading many a review putting this at the top of the lot of gaming headsets I decided to pick a set up. In comparison to my previous top spec $500 turtle beach headset the sound quality destroys the turtle beach model, for what you pay and what you get it is awesome…Instant plug and play also, no issue, minimal setup and it just works. Is comfortable to wear for marathon gaming sessions and microphone works great, plus build very robust so will take a drop or two no problems. Definitely recommend!!

6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.
"Great overall, room for improvement."
3 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

I bought this after my old headset broke, and am very pleased with it (despite some complications at first, but those were largely my fault). Audio is crisp, mic is great and is probably the most comfortable headset I've owned.

The one flaw I have with it is the steel protection it has, which reverberates like crazy at touch, and I can sometimes here it when talking at certain pitches. This is only a minor problem, and as long as you don't tell it to any obnoxious friends, it's fine.

  • Edit: The connection between the headset seems to be quite lose, and often disconnects. Just thought I should mention it.
4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.
"Amazing sound once matured, otherwise disappointed"
3 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

I was really looking forward to these, it was hard to find a negative comment anywhere so I was expecting excellent but got below average. My previous headset is a Sennheiser PC166 and the earpad foams have gone flat. I've had them for years and rather than get new pads I opted to spoil myself and get a whole new headset. I have given the HyperX's a few weeks (I have a headset on for several hours most days, music and gaming) so I can adjust to the differences but I just tried the Sennheisers again and the difference is remarkable, even with flat earpads the Sennheisers sound better, the bass is much richer and deeper, and the mic hinges up out of the way. The sound of the HyperX is wishy washy, the bass is weak, and far from being an asset, the plug in mic is a complete pain because I can't easily get it out of the way when I want to eat or drink which I do a lot at my desk when I'm online with friends. I recently got kicked off a TeamSpeak server for an incredibly annoying sound coming from my channel, and adjusting the settings in TS wouldn't fix it. I finally tracked it down to the inline plug where the headset attaches to the mute/volume switch. The plug had partly come out and was causing a massive feedback loop in my mic output. WHY! Why is it a plug-in- And if there's a good reason, why can't it be secured properly- I have to check the damn thing every time I go on voice chat. The braided cord on the HyperX is noisy. A slight movement where the cord moves on clothing or my desk translates into a loud rubbing sound in the headset. When the output to the headset is loud, it triggers the mic, so people I'm connected to can hear what I'm hearing. I write this in complete bafflement – gaming headset design has been around for decades, and they screw up just about everything possible without actually making them completely unuseable. I'm incredibly disappointed with the HyperX's, new Sennheiser earpads are coming then these are gone, probably in the bin. EDIT After a couple of months of hard work, the sound on these has matured to something very excellent, the bass has opened up, the mids and highs have become rich and every note is clear and precise. The difference between new and now is remarkable. The other things still annoy the hell out of me so they don't get an excellent rating, but dat sound…

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
"Amazing headset"
5 stars"

You wont do better for the $$. Good quality stereo, much better than fake 7.1. Perfect CSGO headset.

1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
"Overall good, cheapish headset"
4 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

Has an amazing mic, stepped it up from the Cloud II. Still great sound quality, however not as good bass as the Cloud II. I love the design of the headset, it looks really nice and has feels very light on the head. Just wish there was a usb option like the Cloud II and had 7.1.


Kingston HyperX Cloud Revolver has a wider audio range that creates depth and width for improved audio precision. Get the competitive edge by hearing your opponents’ location more accurately, even when they’re further away. Re-engineered audio profiles create a larger sound stage that’s ideal for FPS and open-environment gameplay and for a concert hall-like experience when listening to music.

It features signature Hyper X memory foam and premium leatherette for comfort that will let you game for hours on end. Its high-quality dense memory foam is red, to differentiate it from competitors and signify award-winning HyperX comfort.

Designed in Germany, HyperX Cloud Revolver boasts a durable steel frame for long-lasting durability and stability. Its detachable noise-cancellation microphone offers clearer voice quality and reduced background noise for better in-game chats, and it’s certified by TeamSpeak and compatible with Discord, Skype, Ventrilo, Mumble and RaidCall.

Next-generation 50mm drivers direct sound into the ear for precise audio positioning and a clean, crisp sound with enhanced bass. HyperX Cloud Revolver is compatible with PCs, Xbox One (*requires Xbox One adapter or new 2015 controller with 3.5 jack), PS4, Wii U, Mac and mobile so it’s the only headset you need for both PC and console gaming


  • Studio-grade sound stage
  • Signature HyperX memory foam with premium leatherette
  • Durable steel frame
  • Detachable noise-cancellation microphone
  • Next-generation directional 50mm drivers
  • Multi-platform compatibility


  • Driver dynamic, 50mm with neodymium magnets
  • Type circumaural, closed back
  • Frequency response 12Hz–28,000 Hz
  • impedance 30 Ω
  • Sound pressure level 104.5dBSPL/mW at 1kHz
  • THD < 2%
  • Input power rated 30mW, maximum 500mW
  • Weight 360g
  • Weight w/ mic 376g
  • Cable length and type headset (1m) + audio control box (2m)
  • Connection headset – 3.5mm plug (4 pole) + audio control box –3.5mm stereo and mic plugs


  • Element electret condenser microphone
  • Polar pattern uni-directional, noise-cancelling
  • Frequency response 50Hz–18,000 Hz
  • Sensitivity –40dBV (0dB=1V/Pa,1kHz)
Release date Australia
May 10th, 2016
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