Looking for a wireless headset without a lot of bells and whistles? Maybe the Cooler Master MH670 is something for you. The MH630 is the smallest of three brothers. There is also the MH650 and the MH670. In our case, the headset costs around 110 Euros, which is quite a bit for a wireless headset with virtual 7.1 surround sound. We test the headset for you!
|Frequency range||15 Hz – 25 kHz (wired), 20 Hz – 20 kHz (wireless)|
|Sound pressure level||110 dB at 1k Hz|
|Weight without cable||346.5 g|
|Weight with cable||373 g|
|Cable length and type||microUSB charging cable (1.2 m)|
|Battery life||30 hours|
|Radio range||2.4 GHz, range n. a.|
Packaging & Accessories
Cooler Master goes for the kind of packaging we generally see in the gaming peripheral market. With all sorts of info and an image of the product, but still kept simple. Black and purple are Cooler Master’s colors and therefore also seen on the box. The MH670 arrives well secured, nothing can break during transport for sure.
In the box we find all kinds of accessories. Besides the MH670 including a USB dongle, there is of course a charging/data cable. Yes, the cable is not only there to charge the headset, more about that later. You also want to use the headset on your cell phone? No problem, because Cooler Master includes a USB-C adapter in the box. The shape is debatable, but at least such an adapter is included. The jack connection is also taken care of, because a cable for it is also included.