Software & Lighting
The software section of this review obviously only pertains to the MH650 and MH670 headsets. To customize each headset you’ll need to download the Cooler Master MasterPlus (Per. Only) software. Once you have the software installed your connected headset should show up in the list of devices.
For the MH650 the first tab we have is lighting. This will show you the RGB effects in real time on the headset and allow you to change the mode (color cycle, static, breathing, off). You can select colors from a color wheel and set the speed of each effect.
I never really understood RGB lighting on headsets, I mean if you are wearing the headset its not like you are going to see it. I guess it just makes you look “cool”. Here are some shots of the RGB on the headset and me doing some gaming with it on…
The next tab is Sound. Here you can adjust the volume of both the headset and microphone. There is also bass and treble adjustments, an equalizer, and three set sound profiles (Pop Music, Movie, Gaming (Bass+)). You can easily add new profiles.
The final tab is 7.1 Surround Sound. Here you can toggle the virtual 7.1 surround sound on and off. You also have the ability to change the location of the virtual surround sound speakers by rotating them and changing their distance for the best surround sound experience. Again here you can easily add profiles.
For the MH670 we only have two tabs, which are Sound and 7.1 Surround Sound. These give you the same options we’ve gone over above.