Top 5 Gaming Headsets under Rs 5000 (2019)

by December 5, 2019 0 comments

Gaming Headsets are often overlooked when it comes to peripherals. But the truth is, they can be as important as the mouse or the keyboard. The ability to identify the direction of gunshots or footsteps separates good players from exceptional players. In this article, we will list the Top 5 Gaming Headphones you can buy which are under Rs 5000: 

Corsair HS35 


This is one of the cheapest headphones on the list. And the best headphone you will get in the sub 3k mark. The headphones have a few cons, like the cheap build quality and okayish sound, but it does deliver on the quality of the Microphone. The microphone is detachable Discord certified and is very clear. The audio has a great bass to it, which good for gaming but not so much for listening to music.  

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Corsair HS50 

If you can up your budget, the HS50 is the better choice over the HS35. It comes with all of its features including the Discord certified crystal clear mic. In addition, it has great build quality along with better audio. 

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SteelSeries Arctis RAW 

Arctis Raw

They fall in the same class as HS35. There are a few differences between the two though. For one, the microphone in Arctis RAW is bidirectional, whereas in HS35 it is unidirectional. It has a slightly better build quality, though the head cushion doesn’t seem to be glued on very tightly. The Audio is well balanced, rather than being bass heavy but is a bit soft. Your choice between the two would depend on your preference. 

Gamdias Hebe M1 

Hebe M1

For its price, the Hebe M1 comes LOADED with features. It has great RGB lighting and has a metal frame. On top of that, and I have no idea how they did it at this price point, it has great audio quality, which can be compared to top tier headphones on the market. The bass on this is amazing. It also comes with the bass impact feature, which is much like Skull Candy’s Headcrusher or Razer’s Nari ultimate. This feature converts the bass into a pulse, which you can feel on your head. This can either be very distracting or very immersive, depending upon the game you play. The mic also has a crisp and crystal clear sound, though occasionally it might pick up certain background noises. The downside is the design. The earpads are big, and though comfortable, it can get sweaty. The headphones might also feel a bit uncomfortable for people with big heads and might need some breaking into. If you want the features and don’t mind being a bit uncomfortable, go for these headphones. 

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HyperX Cloud Stinger 

Probably the best headset in the sub 3k mark. This comes with a stereo audio which is the best in the market. Cloud Stinger has the same audio quality as Cloud 2, which is saying something. And at this price, it is the best it can get. The mic isn’t really exceptional, just okay. It catches some distortion and breath while speaking. The build quality isn’t that great either, but it is expected at this point. It isn’t made for rough usage. But because of that, it is lightweight, and coupling that with the HyperX memory foam, it is comfortable. 

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