HyperX Stinger Core 7.1 and Razer BlackShark V2 X are two headsets that promise a good sound experience for the user. The models stand out for having a 7.1 sound system via software, ensuring “space” audio, and promise good value for money. The HyperX model is available for $49.99, while the recently launched Razer was announced for $59.99. Check below for more details about the two gaming headsets and find out which one is better for you.
HyperX Stinger Core 7.1 vs Razer BlackShark V2 X Features
|Specifications||HyperX Stinger Core 7.1||Razer BlackShark V2 X|
|Launch||June 2020||August 2020|
|Drivers||40 mm||50 mm|
|Response frequency||20–20,000 Hz||12–28,000 Hz|
|Impedance||16 ohms||32 ohms|
|Connectivity||3.5mm and USB||3.5 mm|
|Colors||black||Black and green|
|Weight||215 g||240 g|
Regarding the design, the two headsets have a similar and very traditional look on the gamer segment. The models are available in black and were developed to provide the best possible comfort to users who use this peripheral for a long time. Both have a microphone attached to one of the shells and a malleable structure, allowing the user to adjust it in the best way.
HyperX Stinger Core 7.1 weighs about 215 grams while the Razer BlackShark V2 X is a little more robust, weighing about 240 grams. The first has more fixed shells, which follow the design of the headset stem. The second one, on the other hand, has a different look and should guarantee good flexibility when placing on the head.
One of the main points to be analyzed is the sound quality offered by both brands on their devices. HyperX Stinger Core 7.1, for example, has 40 mm drivers and works with frequencies in the range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz. The number follows a pattern found in the market and should represent good bass, medium, and treble on the headset.
On the other hand, seeking to win the dispute with its rivals, Razer developed a headset with specifications superior to the HyperX headset. Starting with the drivers, the Razer BlackShark V2 X brings a 50 mm output. In addition, the accessory must have good bass, with a frequency response between 12 Hz and 28 kHz, surpassing the HyperX model also in impedance: it is 32 ohms against the rival’s 16 ohms.
HyperX stands out for the inclusion of a 7.1 sound system via software, thanks to a USB adapter. The user can also make adjustments and update the product firmware through the Ngenuity PC app. In addition, the model’s microphone is noise-canceling, ensuring good audio capture for online matches or conversations through Discord channels, for example.
The Razer BlackShark V2 X also promises to provide a good user experience for users. The brand claims to deliver a high-quality microphone and noise-canceling system for the audio, in addition to 7.1 channels implemented directly in the shells of the product. These features should ensure good immersion in both the HyperX headset and the Razer model.
The Razer BlackShark V2 X is currently available with a price starting from $59.99 HyperX Stinger Core 7.1 has been on sale for some time. The gamer model was announced by the manufacturer, however, the device can already be found in e-commerce with a price of around $49.99.