|Item model number||MH-752|
|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.3 x 4.29 x 10.31 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||11.3 x 4.29 x 10.31 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||October 16, 2018|
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Cooler Master MH-752 MH752 Gaming Headset With Virtual 7.1 Surround Sound, Plush Earcups, and Omni-Directional Boom Mic
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- The MH752 gaming headset features premium quality sound with unprecedented comfort, ideal for those long battle Royale
- 40 millimeter neodymium drivers with virtual 7.1 surround sound Offer the situational awareness needed to hear footsteps and chests, while plush, lightweight ear cups provide a fit so comfortable, your pillow feels like bricks in comparison
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The MH752 Gaming Headset features premium quality sound with unprecedented comfort, ideal for those long battle royales. 40mm Neodymium drivers with virtual 7.1 surround sound offer the situational awareness needed to hear footsteps and chests, while plush, lightweight ear cups provide a fit so comfortable, your pillow feels like bricks in comparison.
- Unprecedented Comfort
- Multi-Platform Compatibility
- Virtual 7.1 Surround Sound
- Premium Sound Quality
- Crystal Clear Communication
- Timeless Good Looks
Plush cushioning, leatherette padding, and swiveling cups result in a new level of comfort.
Choose between 3.5mm or USB to connect to PCs, consoles, and most mobile devices.
Virtual 7.1 Surround Sound
USB sound card enables an expanded soundstage for situational awareness ideal for those seeking a victory royale.
Premium Sound Quality
40mm Neodymium drivers create a fuller, more balanced soundstage for all gamers.
Crazy Good Comunications
Omni-directional boom mic keeps your communications crystal clear while simultaneously reducing any background.
Timeless Good Looks
No flashy lights or bizarre tribal logos - sleek, pitch-black styling keeps it classy.
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The MH752 gaming headset features premium quality sound with unprecedented comfort, ideal for those long battle Royale. 40mm neodymium drivers with virtual 7.1 surround sound Offer the situational awareness needed to hear footsteps and chests, while plush, lightweight ear cups provide a fit so comfortable, your pillow feels like bricks in comparison.
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I haven't played with the USB soundcard that does the 7.1 emulation yet but the headphones themselves are f'n Stellar for $100
As much as I love this headset, I simply cannot recommend buying one unless you only plan on using it for a couple months. Guess for now I will have to go back to using my Turtle Beach headset that I have used for over 6 years!
Note: I am still giving this 3 stars despite the issues simply because the headset was great while actually functional and because the company gave me no grief when trying to return it past the specified return date
UPDATE: Coolermaster rejected my RMA Request and Ignored the ticket I opened asking for an update. And Kept my headset. So they ripped me off when i bought the device, and now they pretty much stole my headset as well. If anyone reads this, avoid Coolermaster Products at all Costs. I searched around Reddit and found that many people have the same experience. Terrible Company. I ended up having to buy a HyperX cloud 2 headset. I didnt want to spend even more money, but Cooler Master left me no choice.
Now on to the actual product.
The Cooler Master MH 751/752 headphones sound great, the comfort is unbelievable, it's extremely light weight, the quality and build is surprisingly good, I really, really like these and definitely recommend. For gamers that want an all-around set that is perfect for music/movies, and happens to come with a game DAC for 7.1 and microphone, this is it.
For comparison, I received a Sennheiser 58X Jubilee's earlier in the week, and for gaming sound, it's a toss up. I wanted closed back headphones for situations where I need more noise isolation. I played a couple hours with the MH 751/2 and it was great. I've switched back and forth between the two and sound differences were very subtle. The biggest difference was in the fit and comfort, especially after a few hours.
I don't use the DAC that was included, as I use the GSX 1000.
I'm blown away by the sound and the comfort. It's a surprisingly good headset. Had I bought this first, I would have just had these because I'm happy with them. Since I got the 58x first. I guess you can say that I wasn't as impressed, so i wanted to see what I was missing.
The included Audio/Mic Y splitter causes a constant hissing/buzzing noise from the headset if they are plugged into different sources. In my case, I have the splitter attached, with the audio portion connected to an external DAC/AMP and the mic going directly into my PC. Regardless of volume setting, mic setting, audio settings, there is a constant loud hissing noise from the mic. If you unplug the mic, there is no interference, and if you connect the mic directly to a separate audio source (remove from the HS itself), there is no hiss.
I haven't been able to figure out if it's an issue with the included Y splitter, or if it's an issue with the headset itself, but it's enough to ruin the experience for me. Please note though, if you plug this headset and mic into the same source, there's no issue.
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The build quality, sound and comfort out of the box are very good.
I have a decent PC soundcard plus a very good speaker system and when connected directly to either input the sound quality is very good with resonant but not overpowered bass, clear mid and high ranges all well balanced.
I bought these primarily for high-end gaming and as such are extremely good but was pleasantly surprised that they are also very good for music and film too, and when using wireless mode, the sound is potentially slightly better when paired with the sound editing/equalising software to adjust to taste/per media.
The set charges very quickly (about 1-2 hours max and lasts for extended periods of wireless use)
I also found the mic to be loud and clear when gaming.
There is no charge indicator to show charge level as far as I can tell.
The operating buttons on the headphones are virtually indistinguishable from each other and need to be learned positionally.
These are very good headphones which only audiophiles would prefer not to use. They are fairly expensive but you get what you pay for and as such they are definitely good value for money.
To start with the good the microphone is suprisingly good, it doesnt do good job at filtering noise but for a headset mic is really good. Headset itself is really light and comfortable, the ear cushions are made from material and not fake leather so it's more breathable and doesn't get as hot.
Aaaand now the bad, biggest one is that they sound empty with very little bass. Part of the problem are those material cushion ear cups, they bleed a lot of air thus reducing bass but even when I squeezed them closer to ears they were lacking any good sound. I've a pair of 9 pound in-ear earphones for my phone and even those sounded way better. I'm not claiming the drivers themselves are bad but with overall package the sound is bad. For that alone I cannot recommend these.