Announced back in April, the Cooler Master’s MH751 and MH752 features modularity where it counts, even while aiming to keep its price affordable.
Both gaming headsets comes with ear pads and headband made of pleather which are actually replaceable, increasing its lifespan. In terms of build, its foldable design and braided cables are perfect for home and even outdoor usage.
When comparing the MH752 to the MH751, there are several advantages. The MH752 features an in-line control box which allows for the toggling of 7.1 virtual surround sound, audio controls, and even houses a built-in DAC for improved sound quality. Not to mention, this control box is detachable and works with any USB-C compatible devices and headphones/earphones as it comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack input. This would be a cheap alternative for smartphones that do not feature any DAC.