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Kingston Cloud II 7.1 Channel Headset

(1 Rating, 3.0 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Kingston

Model

Cloud II

Part #

HG-HS2RD-1B

Manufacturer

Kingston

Type

Circumaural

Frequency Response

15 Hz - 25 kHz

Microphone

Yes

Wireless

No

Enclosure Type

Closed

Color

Black / Red

Active Noise Cancelling

No

Channels

7.1

Features

  • USB Audio Sound Card with 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound
  • 53mm Drivers Neodynium Magnets
  • Noise Cancelling Microphone via Inline Sound Card
  • Echo Cancelling via Inline Sound Card
  • 15-25kKhz Frequency Response
  • Memory foam ear pads with extra set of Velour ear pads
  • Detachable Microphone
  • Compatibility - USB 7.1 Connectivity for PC & Mac. Stereo compatible with PS4, Xbox One (Xbox One Stereo Adapter Required, not included)
  • Teamspeak Certified - Voice Chat Optimized
  • Rainbow Six Siege official pro-gaming headset
  • Ready to play with all versions of Rainbow Six Siege
  • TeamSpeak-certified digitally enhanced noise-cancelling microphone
  • USB sound card audio control box
  • Award-winning comfort

Price History

    Reviews

    dinklydoodles
    • 38 points
    • 32 months ago

    from completed build Celeste

    I really wanted the Arctis 5/7, but upon trying it on I found the fit wasn't very good for me. I then went for the Cloud II, which was the most recommended headset to me by people I know. I have tried the Clouds before and thought they were decent, but they weren't exactly comfortable for me. It hasn't changed with this one. It's good for short sessions, and the noise cancellation is decent, but it is not what you want on your head for an 8 hour session. I have experienced sweating lightly and having to actually shift them around due to discomfort. The 7.1 is good in some cases but overall just feels gimmicky.

    I'm looking forward to upgrading to a Sennheiser when I can.

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