HyperX has announced the launch of its new HyperX Cloud Core + 7.1 virtual 7.1 gaming headset for students and gamers on PC and PS4. According to the developers, this technology provides clearer positioning of sound sources and, as a result, more immersive gameplay.
Note that the virtual 7.1 surround sound effect is output to stereo headphones in the form of a specially prepared two-channel stereo signal, which creates a soundstage similar to the scene formed by a physical 7.1 speaker system. In addition, with proprietary HyperX Cloud DNA technology, the new headset offers a combination of listening comfort, durability, and sound quality to meet the needs of a wide range of gaming or virtual classroom activities.
HyperX Cloud Core + 7.1 includes a functional audio control box that provides headphone volume, microphone level, mute and 7.1 virtual surround control. The headset is compatible with a wide range of platforms, its USB controller works with PC and PS4, and for platforms with a 3.5mm audio port it offers direct connection to the port.
The Cloud Core Gaming Headset + 7.1 is Discord and Teamspeak certified for full chat compatibility, a flexible, detachable noise canceling microphone that reduces background noise and provides clearer voice quality for in-game chat or virtual classroom discussions. The Cloud Core + 7.1 is built on a sturdy aluminum frame and features soft leatherette and soft memory foam.
The HyperX Cloud Core Gaming Headset + 7.1 is available for a suggested price of $ 69.99.
HyperX Cloud Core + 7.1 (HX-HSCC-2-BK / WW) Gaming Headset Specifications:
Headphones Speaker – dynamic (53 mm) with neodymium magnets Type – female, closed type Frequency response – 15 – 25,000 Hz Impedance – 60 ohms SPL – 98 dB / mW at 1 kHz Total harmonic distortion – <2% Weight - headset: 356 g, USB -controller: 71 g Cable length - headset: 1 m, USB controller: 2 m Headset connector - 3.5 mm plug (4-pin, CTIA) Microphone Capsule - electret condenser microphone Directional pattern - unidirectional, noise canceling Transmitted frequency range - 100 - 12 000 Hz Sensitivity - –42.6 dBV (0 dB = 1 V / Pa, 1 kHz)