Cooler Master, a global leader in designing and manufacturing innovative gaming peripherals and computer components, today announces the addition to its audio line with two new gaming headset, the MH751 and MH752.
“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.” says Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager.
The MH751 headset offers high quality sound and a comfortable fit through its light weight yet durable and flexible construction. Leatherette ear cushions provide good sound isolation and a comfortable fit during extended gaming sessions. Its 40mm neodymium drivers provide full, well-balanced sound, while the removable mic keeps communication crystal clear.
The MH752 gaming headset features premium quality sound through 40mm neodymium drivers and included USB DAC with virtual 7.1 surround sound providing users the positional awareness needed to hear footsteps and chests during gameplay. This lightweight headset harbors the same unpreceded comfort as the MH751. Users can further customize the MH752 through its easy to use software suite.
Both headsets come with a removable cable along with a smart lock system. They feature swivel design ear cups and include a velvet carrying pouch for easy storage and travel making both models ready to take on-the-go. The MH751 and MH752 are multi-platform compatible; choose between 3.5mm jack and USB to connect to PCs, consoles and mobile devices.
The MH751 and MH752 will be available at Cooler Master selected resellers, respectfully, for $/€79.99 USD and $/€99.99 USD in mid-November, 2018.
Cooler Master MH751 and MH752 headsets are on the way
Posted on Tuesday, November 06 2018 @ 10:32 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cooler Master introduces two new gaming headsets; the MH751 and MH752. Both models look the same but have a different in-line controller. The MH752 is the more advanced mode, it has an integrated USB sound card with virtual 7.1 surround sound support. Availability is slated for mid-November, you can expect the MH751 for $79.99 (79.99EUR), while the MH752 will cost an extra $20 (20EUR)