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Cooler Master MH752 Gaming Headset

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Compared to the analogue Cooler Master MH751, this gaming headset comes with a USB sound card and does, as such, cost more, but also supports virtual surround sound.

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On the other hand, in case your onboard (or external) sound card is decent, the MH751 will offer you everything you'll get with the MH752 and a better-sounding microphone.

What do you consider a decent onboard/external sound card?
 
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On the other hand, in case your onboard (or external) sound card is decent, the MH751 will offer you everything you'll get with the MH752 and a better-sounding microphone. What do you consider a decent onboard/external sound card?
In theory, anything from ALC892 onwards (for onboard). In practice, any integrated sound card that gives you enough volume and doesn't cause microphone hum/buzz/static will do. Unfortunately, it's impossible to generalize, as the microphone input quality is very dependent on various other factors (other components in the system, the PC being properly grounded and so on).

Both the 751 and 752 are based on these, according to Z reviews.
I agree with him. From the first page of my review:

There's no official confirmation, but it appears to me as though this headset came to life by rebranding and adding a detachable microphone to the Takstar Pro 82 headphones, which are known as good and inexpensive studio monitors. Nothing wrong with that approach at all—the Takstar Pro 82 headphones have already proven themselves as detailed and superbly comfortable, so it makes sense to use them as a basis for a gaming headset.
 
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