Cooler Master MH650 Overview
Our final headset is the MH670, which is a wireless gaming headset. As far as what you get in the box you have the MH670 headset, wireless USB dongle, type-C to type-A adapter, micro USB charging cable, 3.5 mm audio cable, user’s guide and a fabric carrying bag.
The MH670 is still the same size as the other two headsets, but is the heaviest coming in at 346.5g.
The big change beyond the wireless connectivity is that Cooler Master has replaced the fabric over the cushioning on the headband and earcups with PU leather. I definitely prefer PU leather over fabric as it is more comfortable and cancels out noise better.
As far as connections and buttons on the earcups it is very similar to the MH650. On the left earcup you have a volume slider, microphone mute button, 3.5mm jack, and a compartment for the detachable microphone. Moving over to the right earcup you have a 7.1 button which toggles the virtual 7.1 on and off, a micro USB connection for charging, an indication LED, and a power button. Having the 3.5 mm jack on this headset means that you can use it wired and opens it up to more devices, especially those that do support the USB dongle.
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.