Cooler Master’s MH751; Full Of Sound, Not Lighting
Look Ma! No RGBs!
The Cooler Master MH751 gaming headset has several things to recommend it, not least of which is the lack of RGB-itis; though if this upsets you then you can always grab a glowing stand. The headset sports familiar 40mm neodymium drivers with a response range of 20-20,000Hz and a 26Ω resistance which is good for those without a dedicated headphone amp. The steel frame does not flex nor bend, so you can stick it in a bag and not worry you will pull out a working headset at the end of your trip, though the weight may dissuade some from choosing the MH751.
OCC were impressed by the quality and comfort of the headset, though they would have liked to see a slightly longer cord on it.
Maybe our entire gaming audio experience didn't undergo a metamorphosis, but the MH751 is a great entry into Cooler Master's arsenal of headsets. It has easily taken the place of the Corsair VOID RGB for PC gaming, and the Turtle Beach Recon 70 for PS4 gaming. The MH751 is sleek, very comfortable, sounds great, and is convenient. With no RGB lighting on the headset, Cooler Master seems to have been able to put more money into the things that really matter on this headset - comfort and sound quality.