Tuesday, February 18th 2020

Cooler Master Introduces the MH600 Gaming Headset Series

Cooler Master, a global leader in designing and manufacturing innovative gaming peripherals and PC components, has unveiled its latest lineup of headsets for gamers of all types: the MH600 Series.

The MH600 Series emphasizes high performance and premium sound quality with a core suite of features standard in every model:
  • Swiveling ear cups and fabric mesh cushioning for superior, long-lasting comfort
  • Hassle-free portability with detachable cords and foldable frames
  • Adjustable omnidirectional boom mic for superior voice quality and minimal background noise
  • Premium sound quality with 50 mm neodymium audio drivers
The MH600 series includes three different models:

MH630: Crystal Clear Comfort and Comms
The base model of the MH600 series, with a 3.5 mm audio jack for universal compatibility with PC, console, and even mobile gaming.

MH650: Leveled-Up Immersion
Upgraded with ambient RGB illumination and virtual 7.1 surround sound for superior immersion and sound quality, with single USB connectivity that's ideal for hardcore PC and console gaming.

MH670: Your Audio, Your Way
Choose your ideal listening experience with interchangeable 3.5 mm or 2.4 GHz wireless capability for lag-free, virtual 7.1 surround sound audio.

"All gamers want solid performance from their headsets, but we understand that they also have a varied range of needs based on their playstyle, personality, etc.," says Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager. "The MH600 Series gives gamers three options that cater to their unique preferences, all with solid core features so they don't have to compromise on quality."

The MH600 Series is available for purchase on Amazon for $59.99, $89.99, and $119.99, respectively.
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5 Comments on Cooler Master Introduces the MH600 Gaming Headset Series

#1
jmcslob
They look comfortable for people with big ears.
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#2
milewski1015
To quote a recent video guide to gamer audio gear I watched the other day: "...and the problem with an RGB gaming headset is A: it's got an LED in it which usually means it came from the manufacturer of your keyboard, and B: the manufacturer of your keyboard shouldn't be making f*cking audio equipment"

Quotes from serious audiophiles aside, the padding on the ear cups and headband looks nice and plush. However, the RGB probably saps the battery life pretty good and I'd imagine the microphone quality isn't that great either. Sufficient for gaming, sure, but probably sub-par for anything else. Idk, I'd be interested to see if these are significantly different from any other run-of-the-mill gaming headset
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#3
bonehead123
Anutha day, anutha set of canz......with the obligitory "gaming" moniker thrown in for good measure...

y/A/w/N/////
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#4
Cheeseball
Not a Potato
Are these still Takstar 80/82s or a cheaper OEM? The MH-751s and MH-752s are pretty good (considering they're a clone of the HyperX Clouds which are clone of the aforementioned headphones).
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tungt88
Headphone Hydra
Cheeseball
Are these still Takstar 80/82s or a cheaper OEM? The MH-751s and MH-752s are pretty good (considering they're a clone of the HyperX Clouds which are clone of the aforementioned headphones).
The Cooler Master MH751/752 are slightly reworked versions of the Takstar Pro 82 (v2). The HyperX Cloud line is mostly slightly reworked from the Takstar Pro 80. The Takstar Pro 82 is a considerably different (and objectively better, from all measurements) headphone than the earlier Takstar Pro 80.

Basically, it boils down to this:
  1. HyperX did the "smart thing" and took a bang/buck headphone (Takstar Pro 80), reworking it into the HyperX Cloud line. Then skip forward a few years later ...
  2. Cooler Master "copied" HyperX's plan, but took the newer (and better) Takstar Pro 82, reworking it into the MH751/752 line.
  3. The Takstar Pro 80 and the Pro 82 are VERY different headphones with completely different drivers.
  4. Please see here for a good review of the Takstar Pro 82: DIYAudioHeaven review of the Pro 82 (v1 and v2)
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