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HyperX Cloud Flight S Headset Drops to New Low

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The HyperX Cloud Flight S Headset is available at a new low price—just in time for Cyber Monday at Amazon. Its suggested price is around $159 but it’s available today for just $119.

This is part of our effort this shopping event to share the best Cyber Monday deals on tech we can find.

HyperX Cloud Flight S Headset: was $159, now $119 at Amazon
The wireless HyperX Cloud Flight S headset is marked down to a new low price at Amazon. As of today, you can pick up this headset for just $119.View Deal

In our review of the HyperX Cloud Flight S, we found the $160 price tag to be a bit much for the features, but it's far more palatable with this Cyber Monday deal.

The HyperX Cloud Flight S is totally wireless, using a 2.4GHz band with a 20-meter range. According to the specs, it has a 50mm driver size and supports HyperX custom-tuned 7.1 surround sound.

The microphone is detachable and features an LED mute indicator. The battery can last up to 30 hours and be recharged wirelessly thanks to its Qi certification.

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  • tennis2
    Still can't get my Cloud Alpha mic to work. RMA'd the first kit, but the second one has the same issue. Seems there's an ENORMOUS amount of impedance on the mic when connected to the cans, or using the Y splitter cable (the chord is a single jack combo, the splitter divides the speakers & mic into separate plugs). The mic works fine if I plug it directly into the mic plug on my machines (and not to the headphones) front panel or back panel, doesn't matter. Apparently this is a fairly common issue with no solution that I've found.

    Maybe they've fixed it in successive models.....maybe not.
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  • namtrooper81
    tennis2 said:
    Still can't get my Cloud Alpha mic to work. RMA'd the first kit, but the second one has the same issue. Seems there's an ENORMOUS amount of impedance on the mic when connected to the cans, or using the Y splitter cable (the chord is a single jack combo, the splitter divides the speakers & mic into separate plugs). The mic works fine if I plug it directly into the mic plug on my machines (and not to the headphones) front panel or back panel, doesn't matter. Apparently this is a fairly common issue with no solution that I've found.

    Maybe they've fixed it in successive models.....maybe not.
    I own the original cloud flights and they are fantastic. Sorry to hear of your issue. Seems like a serious reason not to buy.
    Reply