The GH50 offers RGB LED lighting and is therefore always connected via USB. In contrast to the other GH headsets, MSI also installs a removable microphone. The company also promises that the headset should be foldable and should therefore be particularly suitable for transport.
The GH50 is delivered in a color printed cardboard box as usual. This contains the headset with the permanently installed connection cable. In addition, there is the attachable microphone and a black carrying case with the typical MSI kite on it. MSI's newcomer relies on the typical headset design: the GH50 lies on the ears and on the head on pads with imitation leather cover. Externally, the headset is largely made of gray plastic, while the headphones are mostly black. There is also the MSI logo, which is illuminated by several RGB LEDs.
Inside the headband there are two metal strips that connect the headphones. These can be seen when you take off the headband - you can extend it by around three centimeters on each side. In addition, the headset should fit snugly against the head thanks to the earcups that can be rotated forwards and backwards and tilted easily. On top of that, the ear cups can be folded in as a whole. This makes the headset a little smaller and makes it easier to transport.
The MSI GH50's microphone is made of the same black plastic as the earcups. Accordingly, it is rigidly attached to the headset. A normal jack plug is used for the connection, so in the event of a defect, you should be able to replace the microphone.
With the Immerse GH50, MSI has launched a well-rounded product that offers a lot for the money. Solid workmanship, well-implemented RGB lighting and lots of freedom in adapting to the wearer. The sound quality is at the level of the competition, with MSI particularly emphasizing the bass - slightly at the expense of details in this frequency range.