Driver size: 400 mm
Impedance: 145000 Ω
Cyber Acoustics ACM-7002
Weight: 0.11 g
|Microphone type||Boom microphone|
|Microphone sensitivity||42.0 dB|
|Microphone frequency||100 - 10000|
|Microphone direction type||Omnidirectional|
|Colour of product||Black|
|Frequency range||20 - 20000|
|Driver size||1.57 in|
Page 4 - Conclusion
Paying for comfort
This headset sounds and fits like a dream, and it only costs a fraction of some of its more expensive competition.
Cooler Master's new analogue gaming headset hits all the right spots: it's comfortable, performs very well, and offers good value for your money!
The Cooler Master MH751 & MH752 might not be the most recognizable gaming headsets of 2019 but they're something special. We'll tell you why in this review
Cooler Master are a long held favourite manufacturer of us here at Play3r, and today we have one of their headsets from the newest lines, the MH751.
Introduction MH751 There is certainly no shortage of gaming headsets on the market these days. However, there's certainly always room for one more! The new MH751 from Cooler Master may not have the most memorable product name, but it's ticking all the right boxes when it comes to features. It comes with support for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, as well as mobile devices. Rather than have a half dozen headsets kicking around, you only need one, regardless of where you're gaming; be that on the couch or on the go! The multi-format support is obviously the big selling
The Cooler Master MH751 are basic wired gaming headphones. They have a comfortable fit, a well-balanced sound profile, and a detachable boom microphone that offe...