Extremely unknown HyperX launches Stinger 2 gaming headset

HyperX, a peripheral brand originally owned by Kingston and later sold to HP, is extremely unknown today and launched the Stinger 2 gaming headset, priced at 299 yuan. This is a wired headset, equipped with a 50mm driver unit, and supports DTS Headphone:X spatial sound. According to officials, this feature unlocks accurate 3D audio space and positioning, providing an immersive home theater audio experience with immersive, precise sound positioning.

In other respects, the HyperX Stinger 2 uses Hyperx's special memory foam and soft leather, and the ear cups can be freely rotated at a 90-degree angle when resting between games, making it easy to hang it on your chest. The headset is available on multiple platforms including game consoles, smartphones, and PCs and laptops. Equipped with a one-to-two audio control extension cable, which can be used with the onboard sound card.

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