HyperX, known for its lineup of gamer-oriented products, announced today, November 5, that it has achieved the milestone of one million USB microphones sold worldwide.
The company has been working with microphones in the format since 2019, when it launched QuadCast. The microphone made its debut in the premium segment, offering four polar patterns: stereo, omnidirectional, cardioid and bidirectional. This makes QuadCast a very versatile option for different uses.
HyperX’s first USB microphone also offered a tap-to-mute function, making it possible to mute with a simple touch.
Looking to expand the microphone customization options, HyperX later launched the QuadCast S, with customizable LEDs and different color patterns that can be controlled by the HyperX Ngenuity software.
But what must have really helped the sales volume was the launch of HyperX’s most affordable USB microphone option, SoloCast.
HyperX SoloCast highlighting its cardioid patternSource: HyperX
SoloCast is smaller and only comes with a polar pattern, which is the cardioid. Thus, it better detects sounds directly in front of it, being a good option for those who use it alone – hence its name.
HyperX has not released specific numbers of which of its mics are selling more or less, noting only that the sum between the three models has reached the one million mark. More information and links for sale are available at manufacturer’s official website.