A Closer Look
The GS750 has an all-black finish with a plastic molded base and aluminum headset stand. The stand itself feels very well constructed and should have no issues even supporting the heaviest headset. The GS750 also has a bit of heft to it weighing in at an impressive 1.5lbs.
Looking down at the Qi wireless base it is molded plastic with an embossed Cooler Master logo outline in the center.
On the GS750’s left side is a single USB 3.0 port with its right side including both a 3.5mm audio/microphone jack and a USB 3.0 port.
Moving to the back of the GS750, is the connector for the included AC adaptor and a USB connector to connect the stand to your PC.
Looking at the back of the stand, Cooler Master has included a cable management area where you can wrap your headset wire around. I really like this addition to the GS750, and it should ensure a clean desk setup.
The top of the stand is fitted with a rubber cover providing a soft area to place your headphones. This should help protect your headphones from the sharper corners of the aluminum frame and from digging into your foam headband. In addition to the rubber cover, the lip at the edge should also prevent your headset from sliding off the stand.
The bottom of the GS750 is made from a rubberized pad with a geometric type design. With the combination of the rubberized pad and the GS750, it should stay in place on your desk quite well.
Our Cooler Master MH751’s look right at home on the GS750.