Cooler Master MH650 Overview
The MH650 is the USB gaming headset of the group. In the box you’ll find the MH650 headset, detachable microphone, user’s guide, and a fabric carrying bag.
The MH650 is pretty much the same as far as size and design as the MH630. So it is a medium-sized headset and weighs in at 322.5g (cable included).
One of the few differences is on the earcups themselves. You still have the same Cooler Master logo, but the circle around the earcup is a clear diffused plastic as this headset has RGB lighting, which we’ll show you in a little bit. Also the “R” and “L” on the inside of the earcups is grey rather than purple. The headset still makes use of foam cushioning and fabric on the earcups.
The controls and connections on each of the earcups are a little different as well. On the left earcup is a volume slider, microphone mute button, wired connection for the USB cable, and a compartment for the microphone jack. I am not a big fan that the USB cable is permanently attached to the headset. On the opposite side of the headset is a 7.1 button which toggles the virtual 7.1 on and off, a LED that will light up red to let you know the headset is functioning, and a lighting button that will toggle between different RGB modes.
For those wondering about the USB cable, it is a 2.2m (7.2 ft) braided USB cable.
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.