Looking for the best gaming headphones under 3000 Rs in India? Worry not! You’re about to find out the best wired and wireless gaming headphones under the budget of Rs 3000.
No matter if you’re a beginner to gaming or a professional, spending too much on your headphones, might seem like cheating on your own money.
This brings the sweet spot of under 3000 Rs gaming headphones in the Indian market, a well-deserved segment for value for money headphones today.
So without any further delay, let’s begin.
Best Gaming Headphones Under 3000 Rs
|JBL Quantum 100||₹ 2,499.00|
|Redgear Cosmo 7.1||₹ 1,999.00|
|Redgear Cloak||₹ 1,899.00|
|Eksa E900 Pro||₹ 2,999.00|
|Lenovo Legion H300||₹ 3,099.00|
|Eksa E3||₹ 2,499.00|
|Rapoo VH150||₹ 3,199.00|
|EKSA PC||₹ 2,499.00|
|Amazon Basics||₹ 1,999.00|
|boAT Rockerz 510||₹ 1,999.00|
JBL Quantum 100
The first on our list is the first edition of “The Quantum Series” of gaming Headphones by JBL.
These headphones go over your ears putting you in the center of all the action. Unlike the other two headphones in the Gaming series by JBL, the Quantum 100 doesn’t come with RGB lighting. On the downside, they might feel a bit tight on your head after a long listening session.
Also, the build quality isn’t particularly good, the headphone is extremely frail and that makes up for a serious concern sometimes. One of the best headphones under 3000 Rs as they’re simple, easy to control, and don’t empty your pockets.
- Full control over the voice system
- Detachable Mic
- Braided Audio Cable
- High-Quality Microphone
- Ear cups don’t fold inwards.
- Cheap Plastic
- Poor noise isolation
Redgear Cosmo 7.1
These headphones are the best headphones you can find under the range of 2000 Rupees. They provide 7.1 surround sound and have an amazing build quality.
The headband is made out of metal keeping the build strong and durable. They also come with an in-line controller which works perfectly without any issues.
The noise cancellation feature for the mic and the headset both take your gaming experience to another level. The gaming headset also comes with RGB lighting, giving an extra look to your gaming set-up.
You should go for this gaming headset if you’re setting up your personal gaming space and are on a slightly lower budget.
- Good Build quality
- Noise Cancellation
- In-line controller
- Feels heavy on your head
- Noise leak issues reported
- Not suitable for listening music
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A surprisingly good quality headphone at a very low price. The RedGear Cloak costs as low as 1100 Rupees on amazon/flipkart sales.
The design is simple and elegant, giving the headset a touch of versatility to be used for other purposes as well. The earcups are soft comfortable and huge. Earcups being huge can be an advantage or a disadvantage depending on how big your ears are and with what you are comfortable with.
There is also a touch of RGB lighting which has random patterns. It has 50mm drivers which further enhance your gaming experience.
Considering their price, this gaming headset doesn’t have the best sound quality; this might cause problems in first-person shooter games. Mobile gamers will need to buy a splitter to connect this headset to their mobile as it has separate jacks for audio input and mic.
You should buy these headphones if you’re in for a short period of gaming for a year and want one for a very low price.
- Value for money
- 50mm drivers
- Comfortable Earcups
- Low Sound
- Poor built quality
Eksa E900 Pro
This is one of the best products on our list today. The 3.55 cables make the headset available on many platforms which include PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One S, smartphones, Mac, and PC. The drivers are 50mm which provides a warm bass.
The noise cancellation on the Mic is beyond amazing. It also provides a 7.1 surround sound if you connect the headphone to the PC with a USB.
The material of the build is fiber and not plastic. Hence, the build is strong. The 3.5mm pins are gold plated but the USB isn’t. The cushions are very comfortable and feel almost weightless.
- Very Lightweight
- Good Noise-cancellation
- Strong Fiber Build
- No RGB lighting
- Not so portable
- No inline mic
Lenovo Legion H300
These headphones come in the same price range as the Eksa E900 Pro i.e. 2600 Rupees. They are worth the price giving comfort and too good sound quality. The earcups are very comfortable which are made of leather.
The quality of this headset is beyond its price. The mic provides noise cancellation. The 50mm drivers deliver stereo sound. It doesn’t disturb any voice chats and nor does the mic take in any voice except the gamer’s voice.
- Strong Build
- Comfortable leather Earcups
- Noise Cancellation
- Good Quality Cables
- No play/pause buttons
- Cable Length
Another addition by Eksa to today’s list of budget gaming headsets. These headphones are very convenient to use. They also go with many options.
The box comes with USB Type-A to C, 3.5mm cable, a microphone, and a splitter. Once you install the driver, the audio quality is excellent. You can listen to every note of music and every footstep.
The mic is detachable but the problem is that the wire is very delicate and loose. The noise cancellation doesn’t work completely and the wire is very bendy and it’s scary to use.
- Very lightweight
- Everything can be controlled
- Compatible on multiple platform
- Amazing audio quality
- Low-quality mic wire
- Red Lights cannot be switched off
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A piece of elegant, good quality, and minimalistic yet classy piece of technology. The built of the earphone is very durable. It has a matte leather finish to its Earcups and headband.
The headband on the inside is made of plastic but is very better than the other plastic headband headphones out there. There are 2 3.5mm ports to the headphone one for the detachable mic and the other for audio.
There is also a USB Type-A port to turn on the blue backlit of the headphones. This is an amazing deal for gamers who also want to use this headset to watch movies and listen to music.
The only disadvantage to this headset is that it covers the whole ear but has no outlet for airflow. This might lead to excessive sweating if you aren’t in a cool environment
- Leather finish for headband
- Detachable mic
- Stylish design
- No outlet for airflow to ears
The third edition by Eksa to this list, proving to show how they are taking the perfect opportunity to take advantage of the rising gaming market in India.
We advise you to buy these headphones as soon as possible before they start becoming overpriced!
Coming to the product, the build is similar to the other two gaming headsets of Eksa mentioned in this list. The two major differences are that this headset comes with RGB lighting adding to the style of your gaming setup. The looks of this headset are stunning and they are comfortable to wear too.
- Adds style to your gaming setup
- Noise cancellation mic
- Compatible with multiple platforms
- RGB lighting
- Mediocre Customer Reviews
- Poor build quality
As the name suggests, this headset completes the basic gamer’s needs. It isn’t too fancy in terms of function and design. The headphone is made up of plastic and brings decent overall built quality on the price.. The mic isn’t the best either.
You can use these headphones on several platforms which include PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
- Good for entry level gamers
- Okay build quality
- Bad quality mic
boAT Rockerz 510
The gaming headset by the audio tech giant boAT. While they focused on keeping the price of this headphone to the minimum, they didn’t fail to deliver in terms of quality.
It has a 400mAh battery which lasts for 10 long hours and takes only 3 hours to charge. It also comes with an AUX cable if you’re more comfortable with a wired set-up.
The audio quality is phenomenal and doesn’t disappoint a bit. You can control the volume with the help of the control board on the earphones.
The Bluetooth feature has a 10m range. Overall, this is one of the only Bluetooth headphones which we thought was good enough to be on this list and is one of the best in terms of gaming aid too.
- Pocket Friendly
- 10m Bluetooth range
- Deep bass
- 50mm driver
- Poor noise cancellation
- Looks plasticky and cheap
If you’re a budget gamer who wants to enhance your experience in terms of sound, this list is the one for you.
If at all you can’t decide which one you want to go within the list mentioned above, we’d suggest that you go with the RedGear Cosmic 7.1. It provides features beyond its worth and doesn’t disappoint even after long times of use.
The runner up to our list here today is the Bluetooth headset by boAT, its well-developed Bluetooth feature which has always maintained its quality gave them the edge here.
Let us know if you found this list helpful. Until then, Happy Gaming!