HyperX have avoided Bluetooth headsets, citing the latency inherent in the connection, which obviously haven't hurt them as they have been #1 in the US for a few years now. The Cloud Mix changes this, as it is BlueTooth capable as well as offering 3.5mm connectivity. The specifications look right, 40nm neodymium drivers and reported frequency range of 10Hz – 40,000Hz.
Are they worth a try? Find out over at Legit Reviews.
"Back in October 2018, HyperX released the Bluetooth-enabled Cloud Mix gaming headset. The Cloud Mix came as a bit of a surprise to me. I’ve talked to HyperX many times over the years to inquire about Bluetooth wireless gaming headsets and was always told that the latency of the audio broadcast over Bluetooth introduced too much latency to be considered a good gaming headset. Yet, here was HyperX introducing the Cloud Mix… Read on if you still have an attention span!"
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