The Taiwanese manufacturer of computer hardware Cooler Master has beefed up its gaming peripheral line with the introduction of the Master Pulse MH320 gaming headset. The latter is promoted as suitable for casual gamers looking for a budget-friendly and yet versatile device to nurture their gaming passion.
Bram Rongen, the Cooler Master Peripheral Product Marketing Manager commented on the new arrival. He was quoted as saying that the company did not make any compromises whatsoever in terms of quality. The lightweight design and the self-adjusting headband with a steel support structure make the MH320 a good fit for players who engage in long gaming marathons.
The MH320 is a corded, stereo gaming headset that features 40mm neodymium magnet drivers. The availability of a 3.5 mm audio jack makes it compatible with both PCs and mobile devices. The headset comes with bi-directional, foldable boom microphone, but it is important to note that it is not detachable.
In terms of design, the MH320 is a standard-looking headset in all black. It has a metal frame for added durability, but it does not come at the expense of comfort as the inner band is fully padded. The breathable mesh pads and the rubberized cable further add to players’ comfort.
The device is a plug-and-play affair. Users do not have to install software and fiddle with settings. Although it does not have the so-called noise cancelling feature, the closed-back cup design essentially makes it a passively noise canceling headset. The MH320 does not possess a 7.1 virtual surround sound or other advanced features that would give gamers an edge over the competition. Still, it is expected to become one of the popular budget models on the market.
The Master Pulse MH320 gaming headset will hit the shelves by the end of August. It will arrive at a suggested price of $45 (£35).