This is the comparison between the Logitech G633 and the HyperX Cloud 2 headsets. Both are very different headsets and also the price differs little bit. There some pros and cons in both the headsets. Check out for which one you want to buy.
|Logitech G633||HyperX Cloud 2|
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|Extremely comfortable. |
Great sound for both music and games.
Works with PC, console and mobile.
|Best-in-class comfort. |
Stylish, lightweight design.
Includes both pleather and plush ear covers.
|Not easily portable.||Lackluster bass. |
No software for customizing sound.
|MODEL||LOGITECH G633||HYPERX CLOUD 2|
|Model||G633 Artemis Spectrum||Cloud II|
|HEADPHONES||LOGITECH G633||HYPERX CLOUD 2|
|Headphones Form Factor||Full size||Full size|
|Sound Output Mode||Surround Sound||stereo|
|Frequency Response||20Hz-20KHz||15Hz–25,000 Hz|
|Sensitivity||107 dB SPL/mW||98 dB|
|Impedance||39 Ohms (passive), 5k Ohms (active)||60 Ohm|
|Diaphragm||1.6 in||2.1 in|
|MICROPHONE||LOGITECH G633||HYPERX CLOUD 2|
|Microphone Technology||electret condenser|
|DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT||LOGITECH G633||HYPERX CLOUD 2|
|Weight||13.19 oz||11.29 oz|
|FEATURES||LOGITECH G633||HYPERX CLOUD 2|
|Features||Superior sound performance with Pro-G audio drivers.|
Adjustable RGB lighting and custom tags.
Custom sound profiles.
Multi-Source Audio Mixing.
Foldaway, Noise-Cancelling Mic.
Soft and breathable materials.
7.1 Dolby Surround Sound, lighting configuration, and G-key programming require Logitech Gaming Software to be enabled.
Advanced USB audio control box with built-in DSP sound card.
Hi-Fi capable with 53mm drivers for supreme audio quality.
Hardware-driven virtual 7.1 surround sound.
Comfortable, 100% memory foam on headband and leatherette cushions.
Pro-Gaming optimized with closed cup design for passive noise cancellation.
Compatible – USB connectivity for PC & Mac. Stereo compatible with PS4, Xbox One and mobile.
Xbox One stereo adapter required; not included.
Expert Reviews of Logitech G633:
By PC gamer
This top-tier gaming headset has everything we’d want from something in its price range except street-friendly…
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By Tom’s Guide
The Logitech G633 Artemis Spectrum is the real deal, combining excellent audio for both games and music with a comfortable design, intuitive software and a bevy of extra features that make it ideal for PCs, consoles and mobile devices.
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Expert Reviews of HyperX Cloud 2:
For me, it’s between the Kingston HyperX Cloud II and Polk Striker P1 Multiplatform. The HyperX Cloud II looks and feels better in my opinion, but you have to use USB audio instead of your sound card if you want the inline control box. When spending this much on a headset we’d rather not have to choose between having less features or lower quality audio.
The HyperX Cloud II is attractive for many reasons, including its modular and comfortable design, premium build quality, great 7.1 surround and stereo sound, and affordable price. It’s also great for laptop gamers since it obviates the need for a dedicated sound card, and overall is one of the best headsets I’ve ever used.
By Enos Tech
When all is said and done, the HyperX Cloud II headset offers the full package. As mentioned, they only thing that tops their quality looks is the quality of the performance which comes at a very fair price when considering other options currently on the market. The Cloud II is a well worthy headset and its versatility only helps to make sure you get the most from them possible.
Then it struck me. That comic book I bought so long ago, it was so cheap and yet I got so much enjoyment out of it. I don’t want to use the word cheap because that has some negative connotations to it, but the value it provided for the price was genuinely amazing. The Cloud II’s are the same and at this moment in time, they are without a doubt my favorite headphones for gaming and general PC usage.
The Kingston HyperX Cloud II is one of the most well-rounded gaming headsets on the market.It is a very comfortable and understated headset, backed by solid construction and performance. It is also pitched at a price that will not break the…
The design and the features are premium. It designed with matte black finish with a little bit of glossy look. The comfort is also good and little bit bulky but it’s not that much heavy. The sound of the headset is also good and the mic is extendable and sound good for gaming.
HyperX Cloud 2
The HyperX cloud 2 probably debunks everything I’ve ever said and really gives the competition a whole new field for gaming headsets. The design looks as simple and same like other cloud headsets. The sound of the headset is very impressive but mic doesn’t works that much good.
The build quality on this headset is actually pretty good. The plastic doesn’t feel that cheap, it actually feels pretty premium and I don’t think the hinges will break anytime soon as like they did with the G35.
HyperX Cloud 2
This headset comes in three color version, black with red, black with gun metal and white with pink color. There’s also the steel headband, I kind of like the way the red in the black looks, it gives us some really good contrast.
The sides of the headset where the cups are connected would snap off and the headset is fairly comfortable it and it fits perfectly on my head and I feel like I could wear them for hours and hours without my head being in pain. The things on the side that you are just the size with, the straps are way too light.
HyperX Cloud 2
I had a doubt why they call this one cloud even it’s not wireless. I was instantly reminded that these are called the cloud because they are insanely lightweight and very comfortable like these are just clouds on my head. So, the name definitely says true to the product, a very comfortable pair of headset. You definitely have enough padding up top on the headband and it has very nice stitch headband with the HyperX logo on top there.
It just looks very high-quality and premium. The ear pads are full leather and they have very nice foam on the inside and the matte finish on the ear cups with the brushed metal logo on side of the ear cup is a very nice touch to the headset.
The headset has free programmable buttons on the back that you can basically assign any key. There’s also a microphone mute button which I find fairly useless since the microphone mute when you split up basically. Also, the mic is extendable. There’s also wheel to control the volume and on top, there’s a button to choose between pc and mobile input and output.
The headset also has RGB lighting on the back of both ear cups and two Logitech logos on each side. The RGB colors are completely customizable and you have basically 16.8 million colors to choose between but since most of them are basically shades of each other, so most of them look kind of the same.
In the software, you can also choose with parts of the heads that you want to light up. So, if you want the logo to light but not the sides or vice versa or if you want to turn both off. In the box, there’s some manuals and there are two cables, one is a micro USB to USB cable which is used to connect a PC and the other cable is used for console and mobiles.
HyperX Cloud 2
Out of the box, you get a lot of nice included things. It comes with actual real leather ear-pads on the headset itself but it also come with a set of velour ear-pads and has very nice own little carrying pouch for you which is definitely nice enough. Also, it comes with a double prong connector, so if you don’t want to use a USB you can just plug it right into the double prong connector for your microphone and the audio and also you’ll get the USB sound-card option for this headset which I’m going to recommend obviously if you’re going to be using this with your PC.
These are also compatible with not only PC but Mac, Xbox one, and ps4, so console gamers can definitely use these. I do believe, using the actual microphone isn’t an option for this though like you just have to use for listening to audio but nonetheless, the very cool feature.
On the bottom of the headset, you’ll see a little rubber cover, this is where you’re going to be plugging in the optional microphone just like a little boom mic. If you’re using this with your PC. So, you’re not using the mic, if you just want to listen to music or hang around with them, you don’t have the mic in and it’s going to look very nice and discreet without having a giant hole on the bottom of your ear cup.
It does have about a 3 foot braided 3.5 millimeter headphone jack already connected. This is what you can plug into PC, your smart phone and if you want to use this with the USB sound card, it comes as a whole separate unit which you just plug in to the top of it and that has maybe like another 6 feet or so of braided USB cord which and you can then plug into your PC.
On the back of the sound card, you’ll find a clip which can clip to the side of your pants or something close to you. So, when you’re gaming you don’t only have to fidget around and look for it, you can just be gaming and easily adjust the volume.
It’s honestly pretty good for a gaming headset. I’ve definitely heard worse. It is noise cancelling and when I testing it in audacity, it barely picks up any background noise when I’m not recording. I definitely think it’s great for being a gaming headset. It can’t really compare to the snow ball and when talking Skype, team-speak, and the ventrilo or whatever you’re using, it will sound a bit worse of course as it is with all microphones but in audacity at least it sounds pretty great.
When talking in the microphone, you can actually hear yourself which is incredibly useful for people that experience them being too loud in teams weekend. So, you can basically monitor yourself in real time.
HyperX Cloud 2
Since the boom mic is very bendable and flexible, you can position it wherever you want I think it’s gonna pick up the most of your voice. It’s not the best, this is kind of disappointed. There’s certainly a lot worse out there but since you want all-in-one gaming headset, this is not bad and it’s simply gonna do if you’re just talking your friends on team-speak or getting with your friends over the Internet. So, not a bad mic overall.
For listening to music, they are definitely acceptable but of course you can’t compare them to non-game headphones in the same price range as they are quite a bit better because those are focused just for pure audio quality. But, for a gaming headset these are pretty good, definitely an improvement on old models.
When gaming, as soon as I joined the battlefield 4 game, I really felt the surround sound. The positional audio was pretty accurate but it doesn’t really matter as you still get a great experience with the surround sound. You can somewhat tell where the enemies are and I feel like it’s an improvement over the old 7.1 surround sound headset that I have tried.
HyperX Cloud 2
Honestly, these are hands-down, the best sounding gaming headphones. I’ve used a lot and tested a ton of gaming headphones in the past years and these just take the cake all across the board. I tested these and I played a lot of different genres of video games, far cry, ARMA, the certain experience with the whole ambient massive world, the long dark which is nice open world kind of game planetary annihilation counter-strike, supports different games a lot of different audio samples to them.
I know that headphones obviously have a lot better sound but you can hear stuff in these that you don’t ordinary hear in other gaming headphones because when you’re plugging the USB, the sound bit-rate gets down sampled so much but with these they really just stand out from the pack.
The interesting thing in this is on the sound card itself. It has a volume up and down and your chat volume up and down but right in the middle, it has your little option for plugging in 7.1 surround sounds. When you click, it enables it and lights red. I always kind of avoid 7.1 surround sound because it’s a gimmick, it’s not true surround sound because true 7.1 surround sound would mean you need to have 8 speakers all around you but when playing counter-strike and playing different games, this is probably the best emulated surround sound that I’ve listened to on any gaming headset so far. I hate surround sound it’s a gimmick but this is honestly a really big step forward to me possibly ever switching from 2.1 stereo to 7.1 surround sound.
This has great build quality, not squeaking, no cheap plastic, it just feels sturdy and i don’t think it will break anytime soon and the microphone is actually pretty good. The headset also features only be lightning, they are pretty useless for the user but they look pretty cool on desk. Another plus for it is they are very comfortable and it has 7.1 surround sound with wide sound-stage and the positional audio is actually pretty great. They included software is easy to use and it has a lot of features including an equalizer that is pretty great. The buttons as a set can be program to basically anything.
The negative things are the weak cups traps or the bands on the side, they tend to change easily. If you care about good quality when listening to music, a pair of headphones and an external microphone might be a better solution for you because this headset is fairly expensive. So, I feel like you could afford a pretty great pair of headphones and an external microphone, You can get any other headset rather than choosing this one. If you are you-tuber, the external mic will be recommended.
HyperX Cloud 2
The pros of the headset is the price. So, around a hundred dollars you are getting a very high quality premium gaming headset and I think that this is just a steal for these premium sound quality, super build design, and just the overall light weight factor of it is really awesome. The thing also really cool since they have a 7.1 surround sound or sound card on the actual headset. There is no crappy clunky software you have to download and the cord is very long and braided, so you’re not have to worry about it being too short.
The negative point of this headset is I think the one thing would be the mic but again it’s a lot better than other ones out there. I am very impressed with this headset, I would highly recommend them. So, if you are in the market for a new gaming headset this will hands-down be your best option.