Cooler Master MH751 Gaming Headset Review

  1. About the MH751...
  2. Sound Quality
  3. Conclusion
  4. Online Purchase Links

Overall opinion about the MH751…

The CM MH751 is a decent sounding headset but it doesn’t stand out for its sound quality. However, it is still a solid package as you get a well-built headphone with user-replaceable cables and a detachable microphone. The MH751 headset is the most comfortable headset I have heard in a long time and for extended gaming sessions that is very good to have feature.

This isn’t the USB version so you should have a reasonably good soundcard if you want to make full use of the headset. Also, it lacks the very in-demand RGB lighting effects so if you like your gaming headset with some bling this doesn’t have any of that.

However, if you want a nice well built comfortable headset with good sound with good to have features like user-replaceable cable and detachable mic then the CM MH751 should be on your shortlist.

Another point I should mention is that I have had three older headphones die as the built-in USB DAC failed and now those headphones have been sent to the thrash. Since the MH751 has a detachable cable and no electronics which can fail you can probably use the MH751 for a far longer time than any headphone with a built-in USB DAC. That said music lovers, people with poor onboard sound cards and people who want some fancy RGB lighting effects should look elsewhere.

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