Communicate effectively with teammates with this HyperX Cloud Flight wireless headset. Its 30 hours of battery life powers you through consecutive games, and the dynamic 50mm drivers deliver clear sound for added realism and immersion. This HyperX Cloud Flight wireless headset has padded ear cups for extended comfort during marathon gaming sessions.
Cloud Flight Wireless Gaming Headset features powerful 50mm drivers for gaming and crystal clear lows, mids, and highs for enhanced audio immersion.
Stylish ear cups with LED lighting effects rotate at a 90-degree angle to fit better around your neck, so you can play in comfort for hours.
HyperX signature memory foam provides maximum comfort during extended use and adjustable solid steel slider is built for long-lasting durability and stability.
Intuitive controls on ear cups enable quick access to power, volume, mic mute, and LED effects.
Detachable noise-cancelation microphone allows you to choose whether to plug in to communicate with your team or to detach to relax with music.
Gaming-grade wireless performance - 2.4Ghz wireless audio with a range up to 65', and up to 30 hours of battery life.
Compatible with PC, PS4, PS5, and PS4 PRO.
Certified by Discord and TeamSpeak for crystal clear communication and outstanding sound.
HyperX Cloud Flight Wireless Stereo Gaming Headset for PC, PS5, and PS4
A:AnswerI've actually managed to go full wireless with the phone. Connect the HyperX wireless usb stick to the phone through a microusb/typeC adaptor. Might not work for iOS, but it sure does for Android (not all versions maybe).
Hope this helps
A:AnswerAs a telecom engineer this should work fine with your “soft phone” or program. Most likely you’ll need to check the program settings and select this headset as your default Bluetooth device. You may find that some features like auto answer and disconnect are limited by the program not the headset. Used mine for calls on different systems.
A:AnswerHi, my experience was that the unit always turns off when you connect the audio jack, though was not able to test what happens if not charged at all, but I think should not be a problem. The problem, in my case, was that the 3.5mm input was too wide and input jacks didn't tight and then it don't seems to be working. So the trick is to find an audio cable with a base in the male jack so this base helps the jack to keep it connected and then you will hear the audio. Hope it helps...