Cooler Master MH752 7.1 Gaming Headset Review

Today we’re gonna be taking a look at one of cooler masters newest headsets the MH 750 2’s so with that let’s go ahead and take a look at these things and before we get into the review I just wanted to let you guys know that I am giving away an entire peripheral suite from cooler master you’ll find a link down in the description below where you can enter that giveaway so the first impression of the MH 750 2’s is that they’re very lightweight now that doesn’t mean necessarily that the feeling of quality isn’t there though. Let’s discuss this Cooler Master MH752 7.1 Gaming Headset Review in details.

Cooler Master MH752 7.1 Gaming Headset Review

Cooler Master MH752 7.1 Gaming Headset Review

And I think there’s a common misconception or linking between the weight of a product and just the overall quality and feel and in this case the solid feel of the swiveling ear-cups and just the nature and what you can kind of bend the headset and kind of turn it and move it around everything there’s no play there and not too much wiggling or anything like that feels like it snaps back to place really well and so even though these are kind of lightweight they do feel really solidly built they have this nice matte finish on the outside where they have this silver Coolermaster logo and you’ll notice that these are not RGB which doesn’t bother me at all because I think having RGB or any type of lighting on a headset is kind of silly because really you’re not gonna see that when you’re using it and so other than just having kind of the cool experience to tie into a room unless you have other people seeing you use it there’s really no point in having it on there what it does have stylistically those it does have some nice deep purple accents which I personally like as well as this kind of  aluminum gunmetal gray color tying in with the rest of the matte black look of the headset now as far as comfort goes it’s wrapped in a polyurethane leather this sort of leatherette that it has with a little bit of padding the ear cups themselves have a really nice good squishy amount of padding which I always like it’s actually one of the more comfortable headsets and when I was testing these I wore them for quite a few hours playing a few different games and combined with the lightness of the headset and just the padded nature of the ear cups I found it to be really easy to use these for a long period of time and it wasn’t like some of those big bulky gaming headsets that have the ear cups they’re like three inches thick and and just overly boxy this felt more like wearing my audio technica m50x it’s so is really nice in that regard now one of the coolest things about this headset is that it’s built with a modular design and so that means that the omnidirectional boom mic here actually plugs in to the side of the headset and then you can position it to pretty much anywhere you want you know you can also take a little 3.5 millimeter jack plug it in to the bottom and now you can use this with a Xbox Playstation or PC and then if you want to take it a step further you can plug it into the controller which will enable the virtual 7.1 surround sound as well as give you the ability to change the volume on the actual microphone itself and a mute button as well and then that will connect to the computer via USB the cool thing about these options is that not only does it give you the ability to plug it into multiple devices but being able to swap out the microphone let’s say you could throw these headphones in a backpack and then use them with your cell phone or take them on a trip or something like that or another neat thing is that if you do happen to have a component start to go out on you like maybe the microphones starting to have a lot of crackling or something’s going bad there or maybe the cable you’re able to replace different parts of this headset much easier and not have to get rid of the entire thing I don’t necessarily know how Coolermaster goes about arming different parts of the headset but I think any time you have a  modular design it’s much easier to swap out components in that regard and I really like when they have something like that the only little thing I would say is that I wish they had included some type of blank to put in where the microphone goes that way you know if you do take it out and throw in a backpack or something a lot of dust and debris and stuff doesn’t get in there but other than that I think it is a really cool design as for the microphone sound itself we’re gonna cut over to a quick sound test so you guys can hear how it sounds for yourself so now I’m talking the guys directly through the mic on the headset and this is an omnidirectional microphone and as you can hear it’s a fairly crisp and clean sounding mic there’s not too much distortion or popping crackling and it doesn’t have that thin sound that tends to play gaming headsets so overall I’d say the quality of this one is actually pretty good so moving on now to the most important part of any headset review the overall audio quality and that’s the one thing that I can’t really display and show you guys so you’re gonna have to take my word for it the audio quality on this headset completely blew me away and surprised me just based on the price point as well as just getting a headset from Coolermaster which I haven’t really had much experience with just really surprised me with the overall quality of the highs as well as having some really nice rich bass e lows now it is a little bit bass heavy in the mix but overall for  pair of headphones actually sounds really nice and I mentioned earlier about removing the mic and taking these with you to use on a trip or you know on the go or something for listening to music and this is actually a set of headphones that I would recommend doing that with a lot of these gaming headsets do kind of offer features like that but you don’t really see them in the wild too much because realistically the audio quality just isn’t quite there but with these m87 52s i have to say that they do rival the quality of my audio technica ath m50 X’s and so with that I would say they’re not  quite as good but of headphones and this is a gaming headset so if you’re looking for something to kind of fill the best of both worlds then this is something I could definitely recommend well that’s it for the review guys like I mentioned at the beginning of the video there is a link down in the description that you’ll want to click on to enter to win an entire peripheral set from Coolermaster so be sure to check that out and while you’re down there leave me a comment let me know what you think about these MH 752 s.

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