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Grab the HyperX Cloud Pro gaming headset with a carrying case for just $50

The HyperX Cloud Pro gaming headset bundled with a carrying case (opens in new tab) is down to $49.99 on Amazon. The headset by itself (opens in new tab) is going for $73, and this bundle normally sells for around $95. Today's deal matches a low we haven't seen in a few months.

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The Cloud Pro works with most gaming consoles and PCs, has in-line audio volume control and muting, and uses a strong, durable aluminum frame. The 53mm drivers produce powerful audio. It comes with a two-year warranty and a carrying case for travel.

The Cloud Pro uses a durable aluminum frame and is backed by a two-year warranty, so you know it's going to last you a while. I'm not sure how long it will last for you, but I bought one during Prime Day 2018. It has been a part of my computer station ever since and is still going strong.

The in-line controls include volume adjustment and the ability to mute the mic. The mic also has some noise-cancelling so your voice still comes across crystal clear even while the game is blasting or your friends are raging in the background. You can also detach the mic if you are not using it.

With this headset, you'll be able to keep gaming all night. For one thing, it has long-lasting comfort thanks to the memory foam ear cushions. You'll hardly feel it on your head. Plus, the 53mm drivers pump out powerful sound that will keep you immersed whether you're exploring open worlds or hunting down enemies in the new Call of Duty.

The carrying case is a hard shell case with soft lining to protect your headset while you store it. It's actually designed to hold several different HyperX headsets, including the Cloud II (opens in new tab), so you can always try some different options. It's made with high-quality materials that won't disappoint.

Need another audio option? Grab the Anker Zolo Liberty true wireless earbuds on sale for $60. Probably not the best option for gaming, but you'll find these Bluetooth earbuds are much more suitable for listening to music while you're moving around.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.