5 Best Gaming Headphones Under Rs 2000 in India (Updated)
Gaming has become more popular than ever, I mean, you can earn money from play to earn games and even streaming from YouTube too. Now, for a better gaming experience, it’s better to get gaming headphones, and these days, you can buy the best gaming headphones at a budget price too.
So today, I’m about to share with you some of the best gaming headphones which you can buy for under Rs 2000 in India.
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Redgear Cosmo 7.1
Redgear Cosmo 7.1 is an over-ear gaming headphone that is available at Rs 1799 but just like every single product online, the price may change time from time, so make sure you check out the current price on Amazon.
The gaming headphone has 50mm Audio drivers and a dedicated microphone which works great, so there is no need to buy a separate microphone for gaming or even for video calls.
Now, the Redgear said, the headphones have a noise cancellation microphone which is not true, so don’t buy the product by seeing the tagline. Altho, the microphone quality is great, you won’t face any kind of problem while talking to someone.
By the way, the mic has a Flip to mute mic feature which means, if you want to mute your voice then just flip the mic and that’s it. Also, this is made for gaming, so you will be able to hear footsteps and all kinds of sounds while playing games.
Keep in mind that, the Redgear Cosmo 7.1 has 608 grams of weight which is a bit heavy comes to other budget gaming headphones, so if you have a small head or don’t like heavy gaming headphones then you should skip this headphone.
Overall, if you’re looking for the best gaming headphone under Rs 2000 then you can consider the Redgear Cosmos 7.1, you won’t be disappointed with the sound quality or even with the microphone, it’s a premium headphone at a good price.
The EKSA E900 gaming headphone is priced at Rs 1999 but sometimes, the price does go above Rs 1999, so if you want to buy this headphone then don’t pay more than Rs 1999.
The headphone comes with 50mm audio drivers which provide balance sound quality, it doesn’t have that heavy bass which again is a good thing while playing games. It also has a detachable microphone and Eksa has claimed that it’s a noise-cancellation microphone and you guessed it, that’s not true, so don’t buy the tagline.
By the way, the microphone quality is great, there won’t be any issues while playing games or even while talking to someone on Google Meet or even on Zoom.
The headphones have 480 grams of weight which is normal for gaming, so if you want lightweight gaming headphones then you can consider Eksa E900 over Redgear Cosmos 7.1.
It has a 2 Metres rubber cable, now the rubber quality is good, it’s very bad but aga8n, I would have loved to see the braided cable.
Overall, if you’re looking for a lightweight yet good gaming headphones then you can consider the Eksa E900 but if you’re okay with a few heavy gaming headphones then I would recommend you to go with Redgear Cosmos 7.1 for a better gaming experience.
Ant Esports H1000 Pro
The Ant Esports H1000 Pro is available at Rs 1199, so the quality of the headphone will be as per price, so don’t compare this headphone with the first two options.
Again, this too comes with 50mm audio drives which provide good sound quality. Now here comes the big part, the headphone doesn’t have a microphone stick, the microphone is attached to the headphone themselves.
Now, the quality of the microphone is good but still, I feel, it would have been better if they have provided the dedicated microphone stick.
The headphone does have braided cable but it’s not the best, so if you’re a rough user then be careful with it.
Here comes the big part, if you like good-looking design and if you have a small head then close your eyes and go with the Ant Esports H1000 Pro. By the way, the LED lights will only work on PC, they won’t work on mobile phones.
Overall, if you don’t want to spend more than Rs 1200 and still, want the good gaming headphone then you can consider these headphones but if you can spend Rs 2000 then choose from the first two options.
Cosmic Byte GS430
The Cosmic Byte GS430 is a decent headphone at a great price, it comes with 40mm audio drivers while there is a dedicated microphone attached to the headphone.
The Headphone is compatible with mobile, PC, Xbox, and all the other devices because it has a 3.5mm jack and a USB port while it has 7 RGB LED lights.
Do note, that this is not built for listing to music, so don’t buy these headphones just for listing to music. The sound quality is good it can be used to watch movies or for video calls.
Now, it has good quality braided cable, so whether you’re rough or normal users, there won’t be an issue.
The headphones have 380 grams of weight which is very lightweight compared to any other budget gaming headphones, it’s also not that big too which is good if you have a small head. The cushions are comfortable too, your ear won’t hurt even after playing games for hours.
Overall, if you don’t want to spend more than Rs 699 then you can consider the Cosmic Byte GS430, it’s a good option considering its price tag.
Considering the price and features, the Redgear Cosmos 7.1 is the best option under Rs 2000 in India but for some reason, if you don’t like its design then consider the EKSA E900 gaming headphone.
Also, for those who don’t want to spend more than Rs 1000, you guys can pick from the third and fourth options.
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