Unboxing & A Closer Look
Like many of the recent accessories from Cooler Master, the MH703 arrives in a mostly black box with royal purple accents. The front of the box has a profile shot of the earbuds showing both the earpiece and the back which has a purple Cooler Master logo outline on it. Looking at the upper right-hand corner, you will also notice that the MH703 is multi-platform compatible.
On the side of the box, it informs you that there is more information about the MH703 at www.coolermaster.com in a variety of languages.
Moving to the back of the box, the MH703 is shown in various positions with its notable features highlighted. Some of the mentioned features include:
- Custom ear tips
- Multi-platform compatibility
- In-line control box
The box opens from the side, which is magnetically held in place by two magnets hidden in the flap. Once open, you see the MH703 housed in a custom foam cutout which displays the earbuds, in-line controller, 3.5 angled audio jack and a branded traveling pouch.
Removing the foam from the box reveals the instruction booklet for the MH703.
Opening the clamshell pouch, Cooler Master has included some different shaped/sized ear tips and a 3.5mm audio jack splitter. On the lid of the pouch is a mesh pocket that holds the included ear tips.
The backs of the earbuds sport the signature purple Cooler Master outline which is placed on a glossy black background.
The buds themselves have a brushed aluminum finish and the larger of the ear tips are preinstalled.
The 3.5mm audio jack connector is gold plated and unlike most earbuds, Cooler Master has opted to go with an angled connector vs a straight one. This connector is known to be more durable and for the most part, desired over the straight version.
The cord has been given the premium treatment with a braided sleeve. We think it’s a really nice touch and not commonly seen in a set of $29.99 earbuds.
The in-line controller is all black with no marking and has an audible click when pressed.