HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless 4P5D4AA Manual

HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless 4P5D4AA Manual

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HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless 4P5D4AA Manual

Overview

Overview

Specifications

Headphone

Microphone

Connections and Features

Battery

Wireless

Physical

*Tested at 50% headphone volume. Battery life varies depending upon the usage.
**Wireless range may vary due to environmental conditions.

Setting up with PC

  1. Connect the wireless USB adapter to the PC.
    Setting up with PC Step 1
  2. Right click speaker icon > Select Open Sound settings > Select Sound Control Panel
    Setting up with PC Step 2
  3. Under the Playback tab, click on "HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless" and click on the Set Default button.
    Setting up with PC Step 3
  4. Under the Recording tab, click on "HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless" and click on the Set Default button.
    Setting up with PC Step 4
  5. Under the Playback tab, verify that "HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless" is set as Default Device and Default Communication Device. Under the Recording tab, verify that "HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless" is set as Default Device.
    Setting up with PC Step 5 Setting up with PC Step 6
  6. To set up DTS Headphone: X, please download the HyperX NGENUITY software at hyperxgaming.com/ngenuity and follow the instructions in the app to install the required drivers. DTS Spatial Audio is controlled within NGENUITY software.

Setting up with PlayStation 4

  1. Connect the wireless USB adapter to the PlayStation 4 console.
    Setting up with PlayStation 4 Step 1
  2. Set Input Device to USB Headset (HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless)
  3. Set Output Device to USB Headset (HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless)
  4. Set Output to Headphones to All Audio
  5. Set Volume Control (Headphones) to maximum.
    Setting up with PlayStation 4 Step 2

Setting up with PlayStation 5

  1. Connect the wireless USB adapter to the PlayStation 5 console.
    Setting up with PlayStation 5 Step 1
  2. Go to the home page and select Settings > Sound
  3. Under Microphone, set the following:
    • Input Device to USB Headset (HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless)
      Setting up with PlayStation 5 Step 2
  4. Under Audio Output, set the following:
    • Output to Headphones: All Audio
      Setting up with PlayStation 5 Step 3
  5. Under Volume, set Headphones slider to maximum level.
    Setting up with PlayStation 5 Step 4

Controls

Controls

Status LED

Status Battery Level LED
Searching - Slow breathing green
Connected* 90% - 100% Solid green for 5s
10% - 90% Blinking green for 10s
< 10% Blinking red for 10s

*Battery level indication
*The status LED will automatically turn off to conserve battery life

Power button

Mic mute / mic monitoring button

  • Press to toggle mic mute on/off

Volume wheel

Volume Wheel


Permanent hearing damage can occur if a headset is used at high volumes for extended periods of time

Voice Prompt Notifications

By default, the headset will emit voice prompts and tones to indicate the current headset status or behavior. See table below for details:

Headset status Notification
Power On "Power On", "Battery level is ##%"
Power Off "Power Off"
Connected to wireless USB adapter "Connected"
Disconnected from wireless USB adapter "Disconnected"
Battery level check "Battery level is ##%"
Maximum volume reached 3 tones (high)
Minimum volume reached 3 tones (low)
Low battery (15%) 4 tones (mid, low, mid, low)
Microphone muted 2 tones (high, high)
Microphone active 1 tone (high)
Mic monitoring on/off 2 tones (mid, mid)

Tone Notifications

In NGENUITY software, the headset voice prompt notifications can be disabled. When disabled, the headset will emit tones to indicate the current headset status or behavior. See table below for details:

Headset status Tone Notification
Power On 1 tone (high)
Power Off 2 tones (high, low)
Maximum volume reached 3 tones (high)
Minimum volume reached 3 tones (low)
Low battery (15%) 4 tones (mid, low, mid, low)
Microphone muted 2 tones (high, high)
Microphone active 1 tone (high)
Mic monitoring on/off 2 tones (mid, mid)

Charging the Headset

It is recommended to fully charge your headset before first use.

When charging the headset, the headset status LED will indicate the current charge status.

Status LED Charge Status
Solid green Fully charged
Breathing green 10% - 99% battery level
Breathing red < 10% battery level

Wired charging

Wired Charging

To charge the headset via wired, plug the headset to a USB port with the USB charge cable.

HyperX NGENUITY Software

Go to hyperxgaming.com/ngenuity to download the NGENUITY software. Software features include:

Manually Pairing the Headset and USB Adapter

The headset and USB adapter are automatically paired together out of the box. But if manual pairing is needed, follow the steps below to pair the headset and USB adapter.

  1. While the headset is powered off, hold down the power button until the headset status LED starts blinking red/green rapidly. The headset is now in pairing mode.
    Manually Pairing Step 1
  2. While the USB adapter is plugged in, use a small tool (e.g. paper clip, SIM tray ejector, etc.) to hold down the button inside the pin hole until the USB adapter LED starts blinking rapidly. The USB adapter is now in pairing mode.
    Manually Pairing Step 2

The headset and USB adapter are now paired together.

Contacts

Questions or Setup Issues?
Contact the HyperX support team at: hyperxgaming.com/support/

Videos

HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless - Review Video

Documents / Resources

Download manual

Here you can download full pdf version of manual, it may contain additional safety instructions, warranty information, FCC rules, etc.

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