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Cooler Master's MH600 Series gaming headsets are all about sleek design and portability

By Hoots the Owl - on 9 Apr 2020, 12:54am

Cooler Master's MH600 Series gaming headsets are all about sleek design and portability

Cooler Master MH600

Cooler Master has announced the MH600 Series of gaming headsets, a new line-up of headphones focused on performance and portability. The MH600 Series comprises three headets so far, the MH630, MH650 and the MH670, but only the latter two will be available to buy in Singapore. 

Each of these headsets have their own unique features, but they still share the same set of core functions.  For instance, they were built to be pretty portable with detachable cords, foldable frames, and swivelling ear cups. 

There's a focus on sound quality as well, and all the headsets come with 50mm neodymium drivers and an adjustable omnidirectional boom microphone that can be detached. The microphone is supposedly able to prioritise picking up your voice over annoying background noises, so your teammates can hear you more clearly.

Cooler Master MH650

The MH650 supports virtual 7.1 surround sound and boasts fully customisable RGB illumination. The RGB lighting isn't too obnoxious either, taking the form of two fairly tasteful rings around the ear cups. Cooler Master built it for console and PC gamers, and it uses a single USB connector so you don't have to fumble with separate cables for audio and your microphone. A USB Type-C adapter is included as well, for those who want to use the headset with their phone.

Meanwhile, the MH670 is basically a wireless version of the MH650. With 2.4GHz wireless capability, you can keep your workspace neat and tidy. That said, you can use it in wired mode as well with its 3.5mm jack, so it'll work with PCs, consoles, and mobile devices alike. The included USB Type-C adapter will even let you game wirelessly on your mobile device. Of course, there's support for virtual 7.1 surround sound too, but this can be disabled with the push of a button. 

But unlike the MH650 which has mesh, fabric ear cups, the MH670 uses leatherette cushions, which will probably be less breathable, especially if you're gaming for long hours.

The MH650 is available to buy now at S$149. The MH670 will be available later in May at S$179