The MSI Immerse GH30 is one of the newest additions to the crowded $50 gaming headset market. Much like most other models that fall into the same price bracket, it's a simple no-frills analogue headset equipped with a pair of 40-mm dynamic speaker drivers and an in-line remote control with a volume wheel and a microphone mute switch.
The twist, if I can call it that, is that the headset is foldable, and its microphone is detachable—two features we don't normally expect in this price range. Add to that the bundled carrying pouch and it's quite obvious MSI sees the Immerse GH30 as a headset you might want to take outside of your gaming chambers and use on the go. We saw similar conceptual attempts in the past with headsets such as the Roccat Cross (reviewed here). There, it worked nicely, so let's figure out if that's the case with the MSI Immerse GH30 too.
- 40-mm dynamic drivers (neodymium magnet)
- 32 Ω impedance
- 20-20,000 Hz frequency response (specified by the manufacturer)
- Closed-back, over-ear design
- Detachable unidirectional microphone
- In-line remote control with volume dial and microphone mute switch
- 1.5 m braided cable (TRRS) + 0.3 m braided cable with TRRS-to-TRS adapter
- Weight: 222 g