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CLOUD 2 or REVOLVER?
World devajn 
Which headset ya'll think? Hard to chose.
2016-11-26 13:15
cloud 2
2016-11-26 13:18
#2
rain | 
Netherlands Nivex 
Cloud II, hands down. I tried revolver at some event and it was complete garbage.
2016-11-26 13:19
Elaborate?
2016-11-26 13:20
#6
rain | 
Netherlands Nivex 
Not comfortable, bad sound isolation, lots of echo in every sound (like some bad special effect was build in). Microphone is also crap, even though that's with most headsets, the Cloud II still has a better one. It's even more expensive despite all of this, lol.
2016-11-26 13:29
#4
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Germany ChristallClear 
I was so confused by the caption, I thought you were gonna compare Cloud) to the R8 /disappointed
2016-11-26 13:20
#5
Dosia | 
Germany Lucasius 
No headset at all. They're all overpriced as hell. Get decent headphones and a seperate mic.
2016-11-26 13:27
#7
rain | 
Netherlands Nivex 
^This is best. Any good headphone + modmic is better than any headset.
2016-11-26 13:32
#9
Dosia | 
Germany Lucasius 
I'm still surprised why anyone in the year 2016 still buys headsets. It's the same as buying prebuilt alienware-PCs or macs for gaming.
2016-11-26 13:36
Not interested in separate headphones and a mic.
2016-11-26 13:39
#13
Dosia | 
Germany Lucasius 
Then get a modmic. It's literally the same thing as having a headset and still provides you with way better sound quality.
2016-11-26 13:41
#15
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Sweden larsbananas 
While sound quality is better I've found that a lot of headphones aren't as comfortable as Cloud/QH-90's. Comfort is at least my highest priority. But to be perfectly honest I haven't tried enough headphones. There surely are comfortable headphones out there too.
2016-11-26 13:49
#16
Dosia | 
Germany Lucasius 
Yeah they're definitely comfortable. I think something like the ATH-M20x look pretty comfortable and their sound quality is supposed to be pretty good (haven't tried them myself though) and they would be something in his price range if he really wants to have a "headset-combo", which means getting a modmic (assuming his price range of about cloud2/revolver). I'm certain with enough research (which you should always do with (relatively) expensive sound equipment) you'd be able to find something that beats a headset in every major criteria.
2016-11-26 14:00
#20
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Sweden larsbananas 
I'm sure you are correct :) I've just been lazy and found the QH-90/Cloud to be pretty damn neat for a gaming headset.
2016-11-26 15:05
#8
North America stddd 
HD598+ClipMic
2016-11-26 13:35
#10
autimatic | 
Poland NAR1 
Cloud 1, Cloud 2 sucks :)
2016-11-26 13:39
#12
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Sweden larsbananas 
Cloud II hands down. If you can't buy Qpad QH-90 or Cloud I. I got Cloud 2 due to the QH-90 not being stocked and the Cloud I was out of stock. The USB soundcard is absolutely horrible, no equalizer either so the sound is total crap. I can't use my real soundcard due to cable being too short without volume control. Though I have one at home but that's 250KM away. But I also looked at the revolver and it looked like a heap of cheap plastics. In other words, bad build quality. The cloud II is really, really good for a gaming headset. Except the USB soundcard which is subpar to even onboard sound. Before plebs start to state that there's no difference in onboard soundcards and discrete ones, it's about the amplifier solely. There's an extreme difference in max volume, sound quality is the same if you don't got electrical interference.
2016-11-26 13:40
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World Tenshi_R 
cloud 9
2016-11-26 14:02
Cloud 2 no doubt, beats my siberia v3 and razer kraken by far in terms of sound quality, comfort and isolation
2016-11-26 14:02
cloud 1 ;d
2016-11-26 14:02
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