Cooler Master MH751 Multi-Platform Gaming Headset Review
Peter Donnell / 1 week ago
There is certainly no shortage of gaming headsets on the market these days. However, there’s certainly always room for one more! The new MH751 from Cooler Master may not have the most memorable product name, but it’s ticking all the right boxes when it comes to features. It comes with support for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, as well as mobile devices. Rather than have a half dozen headsets kicking around, you only need one, regardless of where you’re gaming; be that on the couch or on the go!
The multi-format support is obviously the big selling point here. However, jack of all, master of none, doesn’t apply. It’s equipped with powerful 40mm Neodymium drivers, soft leatherette ear padding, a good quality Omni-directional boom microphone, and more. At £74.99 it’s not overly cheap, but it’s not stupidly expensive either, and the feature set is pretty robust for that price range. There is a higher-end MH751, which has both 3.5mm and USB connectivity with virtual 7.1 too. However, that model is priced at £94.99. Either way, let’s dive in for a closer look at and listen to what it has to offer!
- Superior Comfort – Swiveling ear cups, plush cushions, and lightweight construction provide the perfect fit for hours of comfort during the longest listening sessions
- Multi-platform Compatibility – 3.5mm connection adapts to multiple devices including PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices.
- Hi-fi Sound – 40mm Neodymium drivers and soft leatherette ear pads work in harmony to provide a full and balanced sound with excellent noise isolation
- Crystal-clear Communication – Omni-directional boom microphone is easy to position and reduces background noise for clear voice capture
- Portable Form Factor – Detachable cable, detachable microphone, and fold-flat hinges improve portability for transport and usage beyond the gaming environment
- Sleek Styling – Make a statement without the sound and fury; superior audio performance is heard, not seen.
For in-depth specifications, please visit the official Cooler Master product page here.
What Cooler Master Had to Say
“The MH751 Gaming Headset offers high-quality sound with high-comfort fit for your longest battle royale sessions. 40mm Neodymium drivers provide full, balanced 2.0 sound for total immersion and full situational awareness of your surroundings. The omnidirectional boom mic keeps communication in your squad crystal clear while reducing any annoying background noise. Additionally, the earcups provide a combination of comfort, with plush cushions, leatherette pads, and swivelling base to keep you fighting for hours at a time. Superior in comfort and sound, the MH751 is your choice for extended gaming sessions.” – Cooler Master
What’s in the Box?
The headset comes packaged in a very robust box, with thick padding. You could confidently give this box a good kicking and the headset should be fine. Not that you would, but it’ll withstand a rough time in the hand of a courier, so that’s something.
In the box, you’ll find the headset (obviously!), a detachable boom microphone, and two cables.
The first cable is a longer 4-pole 3.5mm cable with an in-line controller for volume and microphone muting. This is your main cable, it’ll work with console controllers, mobile devices, etc. However, for PC use where you want to use both the microphone and headphones, you’ll need the additional Y-split cable.
The microphone is nice and durable, with a large filtered head, flexible boom, and a durable 3.5mm mount.