Looking for a Budget PC Headphone for gaming


arghya139

Well-Known Member
Disciple
I have Asus Xonar Sound card
Looking to buy a Headphone within 2000 for Gaming
I know its very tight budget but thats what I can spare atm.
 

Docsaab

Member
Disciple
How about this

Currently having a lightening deal and is available at 1950
Monitor headphones have a very flat sound stage , they may not be suited to most most normal users, however he has a sound card and may be able to fiddle with equalizers and other settings to get pleasant experience , but still it all comes down to personal preference and intented usage when picking headphones
 

calvin1719

Well-Known Member
Disciple
How about this

Currently having a lightening deal and is available at 1950
Have you used this one personally? How is it?

I have a deep distrust of any one or any brands that rewrite "au" or "awe" as "o".

Also, personally, marketing anything as a "DJ headphone" makes me think the brand doesn't really know what they're doing and just trying marketing gimmicks.
 

JMak

Well-Known Member
Disciple
Have you used this one personally? How is it?

I have a deep distrust of any one or any brands that rewrite "au" or "awe" as "o".

Also, personally, marketing anything as a "DJ headphone" makes me think the brand doesn't really know what they're doing and just trying marketing gimmicks.
Nope never used Tbh
Just sent through with a lot of reviews and people are speaking good things about it.
The cushion ans size of the cup seems pretty nice as well
 

spriyadarshi

Member
Recruit
Have you used this one personally? How is it?

I have a deep distrust of any one or any brands that rewrite "au" or "awe" as "o".

Also, personally, marketing anything as a "DJ headphone" makes me think the brand doesn't really know what they're doing and just trying marketing gimmicks.
i actually am using their "studio pro 50" rn, and they really punch way above their weight, i was skeptical at first too, but they delivered perfectly, the highs are bright, mids are clear and low end is where it really shines, the bass+sub bass is just perfect and doesnt overshadow other frequencies, with a little eq tuning i easily rate them above the overhyped m50x's
 

r19

Active Member
Disciple
Its a bit costlier but I bought Samson SR 950 (it also goes by Superlux something outside) for 3k and its going strong for 6 years, only replaced wires. I'd suggest that or SR 850 though cost should be higher now
 

iPwnz

Brutally Honest
Veteran
Forget the "gaming" part and get yourself a decent headphone with a mic. Or even an IEM if you are okay with them. Nowadays "Gaming" branded headphones especially those affordable ones are thrash. My last "gaming headphone" was the Corsair V1300 about 7-8 years ago. It was really good. I paid 2.7k for it.
 

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