The Hator Hyperpunk are relatively compact and lightweight full-size headphones. At the same time, they are inexpensive, and they sound quite right. The headphones are easy to use, they don’t need additional drivers, and all they need to connect is a 3.5mm jack. This makes the headphones very versatile and suitable for PCs, game consoles, and portable devices.
What’s inside the box?
The package includes a 1.2-meter extension cable, an adapter for separate microphone and output connectors, a cable tie, and a case for storing/transporting the headphones.
Construction, Design, Convenience
As I said before, the Hator Hyperpunk is not the largest headphone in a full-size design. The manufacturer conceived this model as such, which can be used not only at home. A lot of metal is used for the additional stability of the structure. It is used to mount the bowls and decorative overlays on the bowls.
All this adds to the headphones’ stability in use, and the hands – a pleasant tactile sensation. The build quality is excellent. There are no unnecessary backlashes or creaks in the design.
What’s important is that the headphones turned out to be not particularly heavy, especially given the noticeable amount of metal in the design. The total weight of the Hator Hyperpunk is 285 grams, excluding cable. The cable itself is relatively lightweight, it is made in a fabric braid, and it must be borne in mind that it is not removable.
The headphones do not put pressure on the ears, their ear pads are moderately soft, and the cover is made of eco-leather. In terms of convenience, I have no complaints. But like any headphones, I recommend trying them on before buying.
The sound quality of the Hator Hyperpunk came out pretty good. Let’s talk about numbers first. The headphones are equipped with 50 mm neodymium-magnet drivers. The dynamic range is between 20 Hz and 20 kHz. The sound is detailed, but it feels like the sound is sharpened for power and special effects.
There is a lot of bass in the sound; it is noticeable and elastic. Highs are detailed, but compared to headphones with similar dynamics and frequency range, the Hyperpunk lacks a more comprehensive dynamic range. Sometimes, the headphones can do more, but the frequencies above and below are slightly cut off. Nevertheless, Hyperpunk can be called quite universal headphones, just not as musical as we would like.
The voice quality is good. There is no noise cancellation system, but in relatively calm conditions, this will not create problems.
The microphone itself is on a gooseneck and can be physically disconnected or disabled using the wire’s remote control.
PROS: comfortable and high-quality design, good sound, microphone
CONS: Some lack of dynamic range
CONCLUSION: The Hator Hyperpunk headphones left a good impression. They are beautifully assembled, have a comfortable design, and sound good both in games and music. Yes, the headphones are designed specifically for games, but you can also listen to music in them with pleasure. A reliable design will allow you to do this not only at home but also on the road.
The Hator Hyperpunk headphones left a good impression. They are beautifully assembled, have a comfortable design, and sound good both in games and music. Yes, the headphones are designed specifically for games, but you can also listen to music in them with pleasure. A reliable design will allow you to do this not only at home but also on the road.
- Comfortable and high-quality design
- Good sound & microphone
- Some lack of dynamic range