The Cooler Master MH670 comes in a very compelling package. Boasting a plethora of nifty audio features, 50mm neodymium drivers, virtual 7.1 surround sound, and the ability to connect wirelessly through a conventional 3.55 audio jack, and via USB. Cooler Master seems to have thought of everything when looking at the spec sheet. They almost nailed it too, but there are a few kinks that still need to be ironed out before it can be considered an almost perfect set of cans.
Cooler Master never skimps out on a premium feeling product. Starting with the unboxing experience, the MH670 is neatly packaged in carefully laid out plastic and cardboard. In the box, you get the headset, the Bluetooth dongle, USB Type C adapter, a charging cable, and the most satisfying to the touch soft material carrying pouch. The headset itself comes in a sleek and elegant matte black finish, with a few gloss and a metallic accents to break the monotonous colour scheme. Looking as clean as it does, the MH670 could easily pass for a premium headset that can be compared to the likes of Sennheiser and Audio Technica headsets. That’s no small feat, especially when you consider that this was made for gaming in mind.
The padded cushions on each cup and the headband make this one of the most comfortable headsets I’ve used to date, and the metal headband inspires me with confidence that it won’t break should anything happen to it. The build quality is phenomenal. Even the detachable mic fits firm into position and can be adjusted without it coming loose.
The headset itself comes in a sleek and elegant matte black finish, with a few gloss and a metallic accents to break the monotonous colour scheme.
The Virtual 7.1 Surround Sound lives up to its name...
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18 June 2020
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