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    Cooler Master launches MH751 and MH752 gaming headsets

    Headsets “focus on audio quality, mic quality, and comfort”. Cost £75 and £95 respectively.
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    Re: Cooler Master launches MH751 and MH752 gaming headsets

    Is the guy on the front page gaming?


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    Re: Cooler Master launches MH751 and MH752 gaming headsets

    Virtual 7.1 support? Dont most motherboards have this software and sticking to 2 speaker support is always better?
    Don't think I'll ever go back to buying a build in mic headset, too often the built in mic is poor and often the whole set is heavy. Spending around £150 on headphones alone is worth it imo, then get a stand alone or attachment mic.

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    Re: Cooler Master launches MH751 and MH752 gaming headsets

    both headsets provide “superior audio performance”
    Oh.... shall I chuck my Sennheisers and Beyerdynamics all in the bin, then?

    TBH, most headsets perform about the same, these days. My Steelseries Siberias are actually just as good as £400+ Sennies, with the only governor being my system sound settings....

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