Cooler Master MH630 Overview
We are going to start things off with the MH630, which is the stereo gaming headset. As far as what you get in the box you have the MH630 headset itself, detachable microphone, 3.5mm audio cable, 3.5mm split cable (microphone & headset), users guide, and a fabric carrying bag.
Taking a first look at the headset it has official dimension of 192 x 85.5 x 191.5 mm. I would say it is around a “medium” sized gaming headset. It weighs in at 304g (with cable connected) so again medium weight.
One thing that is nice about all three of these headsets is that they are designed to lay flat. That not only makes them ideal for travelling, but also for resting around your neck without the earcups annoying you. Each earcup has the Cooler Master logo on it as well as a purple accent.
The MH630 makes use of 50mm Neodymium drivers. The earcups are made of mesh fabric with a foam cushioning. On the inside of each of the earcups is a “L” and “R” denoting left and right. The headband also features a section of foam cushioning covered by fabric.
The earcups are mainly made of plastic, but they do not feel cheap by any means. The headset is adjustable and we can see that the headband is metal.
On each the left earcup you will find some connections and buttons. There is a volume slider, microphone mute button, 3.5mm connection for the main audio cable, and a small compartment that houses your microphone connection. I really like that 3.5mm cable is not permanently attached to the headset.
The included microphone easily attaches to the left earcup. It is adjustable so you can move it around to be in the perfect position for you. I also like that it is detachable so when you aren’t using it, it is not in your way.