Here’s a quick comparison of these mid-range gaming headphones that we have used with our systems. These both are multi-platform so if you have more than 1 system they are great.
These have both performed admirably and are lightweight with soft ear cups so gaming for hours is doable. The Corsair is slightly heavier, but not too noticeable. If you check out other gaming headphones you’ll notice these are on the lighter side of most so long term use is achievable.
The swivel to mute feature of the HyperX Cloud Stinger worked very well at first, but after around 9 months of use it started to cause some sound distortion. The Stinger does have a wider range of microphone sensitivity however so should be a little more accurate. It’s possible we were just too rough with the Mic or used it more than normal.
|Use on PC, Xbox One*, PS4, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.
*May require Microsoft adapter sold separately. *7.1 surround sound only available on PC.
|PC, Xbox One¹, PS4, Wii U and mobile devices² and has a single 3.5mm stereo plug (4 pole) and PC extension cable with dual 3.5mm stereo and mic plugs
¹May require controller adapter (adapter sold separately).
²Compatible with devices with CTIA standard connectors.
|Headphone Frequency Response
|20 Hz – 20 kHz
|111 dB (+/- 3 dB)
|102 ± 3dBSPL/mW at 1kHz
|32 Ohms @ 1 kHz
|3.5 mm analog
|Single 3.5mm analog + extension cable – 3.5mm stereo and mic plugs
|50 mm directional drivers for audio precision
|Uni-directional Noise Canceling
|Swivel Uni-directional, Noise Canceling
|Microphone Frequency Response
|100 Hz – 10 kHz
|(+/- 3 dB)
|-40 dBV (0dB=1V/Pa,1kHz)
|275 grams (9.7 oz)
|More info and to purchase
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