Best Gaming Headphones Under 4000 In India (Sep 2021)

Building a gaming PC and customizing it as per your own needs can be a costly affair. You need to get hold of a powerful processor, GPU, and high-end monitor. Additionally, you also require a good pair of gaming headphones. Now, if you do not have a huge budget for purchasing a decent pair of gaming headphones, there is nothing to be worried about.

In this article, we are going to discuss some of the best gaming headphones under 4000 Rs that you can buy today for a pleasant gaming experience. But before we get to that part, it is a good thing to know that this article deals with gaming headphones and not regular headphones. It is so because, unlike gaming headphones, regular headphones are not manufactured specifically for gaming purposes. Resultantly, regular headphones cannot match their gaming counterparts when it comes to the game experience.

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1. HyperX Cloud Stinger Core

HyperX Cloud Stinger Core

The HyperX Cloud Stinger Core is our top pick amongst all the gaming headphones offered under Rs.4000 primarily because of its looks, features, comfortability, and sound quality. Although the build quality of the Cloud Stinger Core is not that impressive, it is easily one of the most stylish headphones in this budget segment with the company’s logo mounted in red on the top of the ear cups.

The ear cups rest on an adjustable steel frame which looks quite solid. The cups themselves are padded well and are sufficiently big allowing them to easily fit over ears of all sizes. They should be comfortable even when you have been wearing them for extended periods of time thanks to their padding and comfort.

The headphones are powered by 40 mm drivers and have a frequency range of 20-20,000 Hz. Thanks to these drivers, the Stinger Core has one of the best sounds in this segment. You might find the bass to be a little less on the Stinger Core, despite being gaming headphones. Although, it is not much of a letdown because the sound it produces is well-balanced. Overall, the Stinger Core would definitely help you enhance your gaming experience.

Talking about controls, you get a scroll wheel to control the volume, a power on/off button and a button to mute and unmute the mic. It is important to note that the Stinger Core cannot be folded and you do not get a carry case or pouch either. So you need to be careful when traveling.

Overall, the HyperX Cloud Stinger Core is easily the best gaming headphones in the sub 4000 rupees segment and we would highly recommend it for playing games like CoD, PubG, Apex Legends, Fortnite, and more.

Pros & Cons:

  • Decent build
  • Comfortable
  • Good quality cushioning
  • Ideal for Indian summer
  • Decent gaming sound quality
  • I didn’t find any major con (as gaming headphones)

Specification:

  • Type: Over-Ear, Wired
  • Compatibility: Laptop, PC, Mobile, Nintendo, Steam deck, Xbox, Playstation
  • Drivers: 40mm
  • Frequency: 20Hz-20,000Hz
  • Weight: 213g
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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2. Asus Tuf H3

Asus Tuf H3

The Asus Tuf H3 is our second choice when talking about the best gaming headphones under 4000 Rs. The Tuf H3 is powered by powerful 50mm drivers and operates in the frequency range of 20-20,000 Hz.

Although the H3 is not the best-looking headphones in this segment, they are not the worst either. The body of Tuf H3 is constructed using plastic and it is wrapped in faux leather. Resultantly, the headphone has got a cheap look to itself. But we are not complaining since we are talking about budget gaming headsets right?

The subpar build quality does offer a major benefit- it makes the headphones super comfortable. You can don these headphones for extended periods of time and your ears would not hurt. Additionally, the headset applies just the right amount of force adding to the comfort levels. Despite this, you might want to take short breaks in between because things might get a bit warm. The left earcup houses the controls for volume and mic. Asus has done a great job with the placement of these controls and they should bother you.

If you can deal with the average build quality and design, the H3 is a great product thanks to its audio performance. The headphones offer great bass without compromising on the audio quality. Playing FPS games like PubG and CS: GO would be a great experience because you will be able to hear the background sounds like footsteps, and gunshots quite easily and clearly. This would allow you to judge the position of the enemy better. The headphone features a non-detachable microphone that has a decent performance. Your teammates should have no trouble listening to you. However, you do not get the option of controlling the mic.

Overall, if you are looking for an affordable gaming headset that offers decent performance and if you can compromise on the build quality, Asus Tuf H3 should definitely be the product that you are looking for.

Pros & Cons:

  • The sound quality is great
  • Clear microphone
  • Incredibly comfortable
  • Average build quality.

Specification:

  • Type: Over-Ear, Wired
  • Compatibility: Laptop, PC, Mobile, Nintendo, Steam deck, Xbox, Playstation
  • Drivers: 50mm
  • Frequency: 20Hz-20,000Hz
  • Weight: 340g
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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3. Corsair HS35

Corsair HS35

The third spot on this list of ours is grabbed by Corsair HS35 and for the right reasons. The HS35 is one of those few budget gaming headsets that features all the basic gaming requirements while leaving out the features that are unwanted. Despite the average build quality, the Corsair HS35 is easily the best-looking headphone on this list.

Just like the other products on this list, the body of HS35 is built from plastic. However, the headset is finished in a matte & gloss finish that feels premium. Additionally, Corsair offers the HS35 in multiple color options including all-black, black & red, black & blue, and black & green color tones. The company logo is mounted on the center of the ear cups and it looks decent.

Corsair seems to have done a great job in terms of comfort. Both the ear cups and the headband are padded heavily. It allows the HS35 to be super comfortable especially when combined with the lightweight build of the headphone. This means that you can play your favorite games for extended periods of time without any discomfort.

The HS35 is definitely not the best headphone when it comes to sound quality. Although the headphones are quite loud, thanks to the 50mm drivers, the headphone struggles in mids and highs. However, Corsair has custom-tuned the sound of the HS35 allowing it to focus more on frequencies related to footsteps in competitive FPS games. This means that you might be able to hear the footsteps a lot better.

Talking about the microphone, you get a non-detachable yet adjustable microphone and offers noise cancellation. Although it does not work exceptionally well, it will still filter out keyboard and mouse noises.

Pros & Cons:

  • Stylish and premium looking
  • Comfortable and lightweight
  • Comfortable mesh and memory foam ear cups
  • Decent microphone
  • Uncomfortable on bigger ears
  • Loose bass

Specification:

  • Type: Over-Ear, Wired
  • Compatibility: Laptop, PC, Mobile, Nintendo, Steam deck, Xbox, Playstation
  • Drivers: 50mm
  • Frequency: 20-20,000Hz
  • Weight: 460g
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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4. JBL Quantum 200

JBL Quantum 300

Taking the fourth spot on our list is JBL’s entry-level Quantum 200 headset. The Quantum 200 has been one of the best budget gaming headphones in the Indian market ever since its launch back in July 2020. Although the Quantum 200 is definitely not the most stylish offering by JBL, it still is a decent-looking headset.

Just like other headphones in this segment, the Quantum 200’s body is made up entirely of plastic. However, the Quantum 200 does not make use of metal anywhere not even in the headband. This is the reason why the Quantum 200 is the most lightweight headphone in this segment.

The over the ears design of the Quantum 200 sure makes an attempt to block out unwanted environmental noises. Additionally, the over-the-ear design prevents your mic from picking up the voices you hear which prevent the echoing of the sound.

The Quantum 200 is definitely one of the most comfortable headphones in this segment thanks to the extra thick padding around the ear cups. The headband is adjustable and padded well. It means that you can find the perfect fit without compromising on comfort. Even if you have been using the headphones for hours continuously, you should have no trouble.

JBL decided to provide the Quantum 200 with a simple yet attractive appearance. Unlike a lot of gaming headphones, the Quantum does not feature RGB lighting or highlighted logo, or even dual-tone colors. This means that the headphone can be used for other purposes as well and not just gaming.

Now let’s talk about the audio quality of the headphone. Well, the Quantum 200 is adequately loud, thanks to its 50mm drivers. Just like most other JBL headphones, the Quantum 200 performs really well in the lows but it struggles a bit in the mid and the highs. The headphones produce a good amount of bass which would surely enhance your gaming experience. When playing FPS games, these headphones would surely help you figure out the enemy location, and hearing their footsteps would not be a difficult task.

Overall, the JBL Quantum 200 is a great choice if you are looking for a gaming headset on a budget. For more info please check our JBL Quantum 200 detail review.

Pros & Cons:

  • Stylish look and decent build
  • Lightweight and comfortable
  • Ideal for work from home and day-to-day use
  • Clear and balanced audio profile
  • The bass note is average
  • Average surround sound

Specification:

  • Type: Over-Ear, Wired
  • Compatibility: Laptop, PC, Mobile, Nintendo, Steam deck, Xbox, Playstation
  • Drivers: 50mm
  • Frequency: 20Hz – 20kHz
  • Weight: 245g
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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5. Cooler Master CH321

Cooler Master CH321

The Cooler Master CH321 is our next choice on this list of best gaming headphones under 4000 Rs. Cooler Master CH321 has been developed specifically for gamers which makes it a great choice if you are looking for a budget gaming headphone. It is one of those headphones that features RGB lighting and it depends on personal preferences. The headphone uses an overhead metal frame design and it sits quite comfortably on your head. However, the metal frame is non-adjustable because of which it might not be a great choice for people with large heads.

Talking about the build quality, the CH321 is built quite well. The entire body is made up of plastic whereas the headband is made from metal. The headphones do not weigh a lot and along with a decent clamping force, the CH321 is quite comfortable. The ear cups too are quite large and your ears should easily snug into them even if they are not small. The cups are padded adequately and offer decent noise insulation. As a result, you should not have any troubles even when you have been using them for extended durations of time.

Talking about audio performance, you would surely notice that the bass has not been well-balanced. The headphone struggles in mid-range and you might find the vocals to be a bit muffled. However, you should be having no problems when playing games. You will be able to hear the footsteps of your enemy clearly. Additionally, when watching movies with a lot of action scenes, the audio quality might surprise you by enhancing the fight sound effects. Needless to say, the headphones do not offer the best audio quality but it’s not terrible either.

The CH321 features a non-detachable microphone and its quality is great considering the price point. The audio transmitted by the microphone is quite clear and your teammates should have no trouble listening to you. However, the only thing the CH321 lacks is a dedicated button to switch the microphone on or off.

One of the main USPs of the CH321 is its RGB lighting feature. Although you do not have the option of controlling it, it still looks appealing, especially for gaming purposes.

Pros & Cons:

  • Good build quality
  • Very Comfortable
  • Ideal for big size ears
  • Robust cable
  • Decent sound quality
  • Default RGB color cycle only
  • Only USB, not for mobile

Specification:

  • Type: Over-Ear, Wired
  • Compatibility: Laptop, PC, Mobile, Nintendo, Steam deck, Xbox, Playstation
  • Drivers: 50mm
  • Frequency: 20Hz – 20kHz
  • Weight: 255g
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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6. EKSA E900 Pro

EKSA E900 Pro

The EKSA E900 Pro is our last choice on this list of best gaming headphones under 4000 Rs. EKSA is a company that focuses solely on gaming headsets that are meant for budget-conscious buyers. Overall, the EKSA E900 Pro going to give you everything you need. It offers good build quality, bass reaches audio and ultimate comfort. In addition, the E900 Pro also has USB Type-C connectivity along with a 3.5mm audio jack, which means there is no nay boundary for gaming console compatibility.

The EKSA E900 Pro comes in sleek black and red color variants, which gives you the eye-catchy look and gives you. It has a good amount of range movement which means that you can easily go with this gaming headphone if you have long hair or a large head. Earpads are also padded with leather, therefore, they will be comfortable and soft to wear. Most importantly, earpads are designed in such a way that it fits with most of the ear sizes and shapes.

It also supports the 7.1 surrounds sound effect, and it works as promised. I have tested E900 Pro with PUBG PC and Call of Duty Mobile, and I was quite impressed with the performance that it offers. And thanks to the comforts offered by this headphone, I didn’t feel any sweetness or irritation on my ears even while using this headphone for hours.

However, with most budget gaming headsets are made up of plastic, the EKSA E900 Pro comes with an aluminum frame. You also don’t get any RGB preference in this headphone, but yes, you will get red LEDs that completely match the color scheme.

Pros & Cons:

  • Decent bass reach sound output
  • Good for all-in-one use
  • 7.1 surround sound
  • Comfortable for everyone
  • Decent microphone
  • USB Type-C support
  • Little bit bulky

Specification:

  • Type: Over-Ear, Wired
  • Compatibility: Laptop, PC, Mobile, Nintendo, Steam deck, Xbox, Playstation
  • Drivers: 50mm
  • Frequency: 20Hz-20,000Hz
  • Weight: 290g
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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7. Lenovo Legion H300

Lenovo Legion H300

The Lenovo Legion H300 is a great choice if you are looking for a headphone for your long gaming sessions because it has been designed for the same. The H300 was first introduced by Lenovo in the CES 2019 event and even after 2 years, it is still one of the best budget gaming headphones.

First things first, the Lenovo H300 does not look like a gaming headphone because it has no flashy RGB lights nor it has funky color tones. Rather, the Lenovo H300 features a minimalistic design and it still looks quite decent. The Legion H300 features an all-plastic build which is why the headphones are lightweight at only 320 grams. In fact, the only part of the headphones that use metal is the headband. The ear cups are quite large and they are padded well. Resultantly, they should be comfortable even when you have been dawning them for extended periods of time.

Talking about audio quality, the H300 is definitely not the best in this segment. However, the headphone is sufficiently loud thanks to the 50mm drivers. Although the headphone struggles a bit during the lows and highs, it does a great job when it comes to mids. As a result, you should not have a lot of complaints about the headphones when playing your favorite games.

The bass balance is not done too well and you might find it to be a bit muffed. Talking about noise insulation, the ear cups do a decent job and they don’t let a lot of external noise make its way through. The microphone is of decent quality and thanks to the wind wiper, it does not catch on noise like clicking of the keys or sound from the fan and AC. One feature that distinguishes the H300 from other headphones in this segment is the presence of a Y-splitter cable that allows you to connect the headphones to your PC using individual ports for both audio and microphone.

Pros & Cons:

  • Above-average build quality
  • Excellent sound insulation
  • Decent microphone
  • Bass is not well-balanced
  • Size might cause trouble

Specification:

  • Type: Over-Ear, Wired
  • Compatibility: Laptop, PC, Mobile, Nintendo, Steam deck, Xbox, Playstation
  • Drivers: 50mm
  • Frequency: 20Hz-20,000Hz
  • Weight: 290g
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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