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  • Wireless Audio (2.4GHz) w/ Zero Latency
  • Universal Connectivity: Versatile 3.5mm input allows for use w/ PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch & PC
  • High Quality 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound: 50mm Neodymium drivers w/ Omidirectional Boom Mic
  • Convenient Control w/ easy portability

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Form-Fitting Cushioning - Swiveling ear cups and leatherette cushioning for comfort during the longest gaming sessions
High-Quality Audio - Virtual 7.1 Surround Sound 50mm Neodymium drivers and Omnidirectional Boom Mic for crystal clear sound quality on both ends
Wireless Audio with Zero Latency - 2.4 GHz means no more frustrating audio and comms lag for a truly latency-free solution
Universal Connectivity - Versatile optional 3.5mm input allows for use with PC, PS4, XBox One, Switch - and even mobile devices too
Easy Portability - Everything is detachable or foldable for easy on-the-go storage in a backpack or bag
Convenient Control - Easily adjust volume mute mic and 7.1 surround sound with buttons directly on the headset

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This is one of the better non-Bluetooth wireless headset in terms of sound quality and comfortable. Now at this price it is a great deal.

I've tried many such non-Bluetooth wireless headsets on market, and came to the conclusion that none of them sound good. This is basically because of the very limited bandwidth available. Thus exceptions will be some of the 5GHz wireless ones and Xbox Wireless ones, but there's other parts of the headphone to consider too. After all, most 2.4GHz non-Bluetooth wireless sounds horrible in terms of music listening, and this is pretty unrelated to how much it cost - like some $300 ones sound worse than MH670.

MH670 is one of the better sounding ones. Don't get it wrong, the sound quality is not even comparable to a decent on-board sound card, but this one is at least acceptable. Very low noise floor (a lot of such headsets are noisy as hell), tiny distortion. Frequency response is not the best which is what they compromised on. You can enjoy non-music hearing activities without issue, and I find it very good for WFH meetings - voice sounds quite well. Mic quality is quite good too. I also have Arctis 1 Wireless which is not in the same league (most Arctis Wireless sounds worse than average). But Arctis wins on many things unrelated to sound.

Comfort level is pretty good. Downside is its heavy weight and closed-back design caused heat issue. But I find it comfortable enough to last for at least 4-8 hours. Earpads are soft and deep.

That pretty much concludes the good parts. Software is only usable. The mic is not fold-able, it sometimes annoys me. The worst issue I have on this would be the connectivity logic - when the headset cannot be reached by its dongle, the dongle reports audio device removed to host. This is a rather stupid design that causes a lot of headache. None of the other wireless headsets does this. Not sure if they fixed it or not - will check for updates later. Edit: No, same deal, no update.

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Comment on the virtual surround sound - It's a gimmick mostly. Don't imagine it will make the spatial sound immediately better than before. It won't. Virtual spatial sound is something comes with a lot of guess work - mostly guessing on how you would perceive a sound's position. Without proper personal calibration, it will take you a lot of effort to learn manufacturer's parameters. I don't find this particularly useful.

On connectivity - Edit: No it does not work on Xbox One like common expectation goes. You will need to plug it into controller (with adapter if your controller is old). But it works on other platforms I listed, wireless and virtual surround working.
I don't own PS so I cannot confirm, but it works well with PC / Mac / Nintendo Switch / Android. It is a USB Audio device and provides very standard features, so I believe compatibility is not an issue. Note that this only is about its base functionality. Cooler Master's software suite is not too well even on PC, so don't count on anything beyond the most basic to be widely compatible.

Also worth mentioning, that you can use MH670 wired. Which makes it something worth about $100 - $150 range for closed-back headphone. It sounds slightly better than MH751 in my opinion, but I know I am among the few to consider MH751 sounds not very good. Mic quality is still very nice.

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How does this compare to the Wireless Headset that is included in the SteelSeries Gaming Bundle being sold at Best Buy?
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How does this compare to the Wireless Headset that is included in the SteelSeries Gaming Bundle being sold at Best Buy?
That comes with an Arctis 1 Wireless which is a stereo headset. I just got one of these reviews look promises will compare to the Logitech G533
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$79.99 for me currently
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Will the dongle work in the switch docked or is it 3.5 preferred for console/mobile?
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$79.99 for me currently
For all until the mail in rebate
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How does this compare to the Wireless Headset that is included in the SteelSeries Gaming Bundle being sold at Best Buy?
I wore the arctis 1 for all of 5 seconds before I realized how uncomfortable the headphone is. The clamping force is just too much. If you have a large head, the arctis 1 will not be a viable option.
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The ear pads on these look like they would make your ears sweat badly.
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That comes with an Arctis 1 Wireless which is a stereo headset. I just got one of these reviews look promises will compare to the Logitech G533
I got my son the Arctic 1 for his PS4 and the mic went out in a week. We ordered a replacement and the same thing happened with it. Reviews also mention this.
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This is one of the better non-Bluetooth wireless headset in terms of sound quality and comfortable. Now at this price it is a great deal.

I've tried many such non-Bluetooth wireless headsets on market, and came to the conclusion that none of them sound good. This is basically because of the very limited bandwidth available. Thus exceptions will be some of the 5GHz wireless ones and Xbox Wireless ones, but there's other parts of the headphone to consider too. After all, most 2.4GHz non-Bluetooth wireless sounds horrible in terms of music listening, and this is pretty unrelated to how much it cost - like some $300 ones sound worse than MH670.

MH670 is one of the better sounding ones. Don't get it wrong, the sound quality is not even comparable to a decent on-board sound card, but this one is at least acceptable. Very low noise floor (a lot of such headsets are noisy as hell), tiny distortion. Frequency response is not the best which is what they compromised on. You can enjoy non-music hearing activities without issue, and I find it very good for WFH meetings - voice sounds quite well. Mic quality is quite good too. I also have Arctis 1 Wireless which is not in the same league (most Arctis Wireless sounds worse than average). But Arctis wins on many things unrelated to sound.

Comfort level is pretty good. Downside is its heavy weight and closed-back design caused heat issue. But I find it comfortable enough to last for at least 4-8 hours. Earpads are soft and deep.

That pretty much concludes the good parts. Software is only usable. The mic is not fold-able, it sometimes annoys me. The worst issue I have on this would be the connectivity logic - when the headset cannot be reached by its dongle, the dongle reports audio device removed to host. This is a rather stupid design that causes a lot of headache. None of the other wireless headsets does this. Not sure if they fixed it or not - will check for updates later. Edit: No, same deal, no update.

--------
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Comment on the virtual surround sound - It's a gimmick mostly. Don't imagine it will make the spatial sound immediately better than before. It won't. Virtual spatial sound is something comes with a lot of guess work - mostly guessing on how you would perceive a sound's position. Without proper personal calibration, it will take you a lot of effort to learn manufacturer's parameters. I don't find this particularly useful.

On connectivity - Edit: No it does not work on Xbox One like common expectation goes. You will need to plug it into controller (with adapter if your controller is old). But it works on other platforms I listed, wireless and virtual surround working.
I don't own PS so I cannot confirm, but it works well with PC / Mac / Nintendo Switch / Android. It is a USB Audio device and provides very standard features, so I believe compatibility is not an issue. Note that this only is about its base functionality. Cooler Master's software suite is not too well even on PC, so don't count on anything beyond the most basic to be widely compatible.

Also worth mentioning, that you can use MH670 wired. Which makes it something worth about $100 - $150 range for closed-back headphone. It sounds slightly better than MH751 in my opinion, but I know I am among the few to consider MH751 sounds not very good. Mic quality is still very nice.
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Random Frank P hyped these up. He has a review up i think
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Ps5 compatible?
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Seems like this could impact home wifi? Anyone experience with these?
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Pretty horrendous Fakespot ratings. It's not everything but it's something to consider.
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