Cooler Master Introduce The MH751 & MH752, Two New Gaming Headsets

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅06.11.2018 22:39:41

The releases just keep coming from Cooler Master this autumn, but this time they're not foraying deeping into the cooling ecosystem. Instead the focus today is on audio, and more precisely two new gaming headsets: the MH751 and MH752.

Although their name belies it a little, Cooler Master are no strangers to peripherals in general and audio in particular. The latest designs highlight a need for the combination of great audio and lightweight construction, making the experience of playing games and listening to music over long sessions as comfortable an experience as possible.

Read the Vortez launch-day review of Cooler Master's MH752 here

"We wanted to create a headset with a focus on audio quality, mic quality, and comfort. The MH751 and MH752 are a result of this vision. Both are light weight and can be worn hours on end providing unparalleled sound for all types of use."
- Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager.

The more affordable of the two models is the MH751. A stereo headset, it incorporates a pair of 40mm Neodymium drivers for a balanced sound. Connectivity is via a single 3.5mm jack, and so it's compatible with PC, XBOX and PS4 as well as most mobile phones. The toolkit is rounded off by an in-line remote and omnidirectional microphone. The MH751 is priced at 74.99 inc. V.A.T. in the UK.

At a slight premium comes the MH752, with a couple of major upgrades over the MH751's standard features. Gone is the stock 3.5mm jack and in-line volume control, replaced with USB connectivity and a removable remote/USB DAC unit. By utilising this DAC the MH752 is capable of Virtual 7.1 Surround, making in-game sound more directional and immersive. At 94.99 inc. V.A.T. it's still comfortably under that all-important 100 price barrier.

MH752's in-line remote/USB DAC

MH 75x Headset Feature Summary:

Superior Comfort

Swiveling ear cups, plush cushions, and lightweight construction provide the perfect fit for hours of comfort during the longest listening sessions

Multi-platform Compatibility

3.5mm connection adapts to multiple devices including PC, Xbox One, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices.

Hi-fi Sound

40mm Neodymium drivers and soft leatherette ear pads work in harmony to provide a full and balanced sound with excellent noise isolation

Crystal-clear Communication

Omni-directional boom microphone is easy to position and reduces background noise for clear voice capture

Portable Form Factor

Detachable cable, detachable microphone, and fold-flat hinges improves portability for transport and usage beyond the gaming environment

Sleek Styling

Make a statement without the sound and fury; superior audio performance is heard, not seen.

More information on both these headsets is available at, and don't forget to check out our launch-day review of the MH752 here.

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