Beyerdynamic Enters The Gaming Market in India With TYGR300 R Open Back Gaming Headphones

Beyerdynamic TYGR 300 R carries a price tag of Rs. 15,499 in India.


Beyerdynamic, a German audio company, has now launched new gaming-focused headphones in the country. The Beyerdynamic TYGR 300 R is an open back circumaural gaming headphones that are adapted for accurate and fast in-game sound localization. The TYGR 300 R wired headphones sport a strong lightweight design with a metal headband. It comes with velcro-gripped leatherette cushions for the earcups but lacks a microphone, which might be a bummer for some. Let us have a detailed look at Beyerdynamic TYGR 300 R price in India, features, specifications, and availability.

Beyerdynamic TYGR 300 R: Price in India

The price of Beyerdynamic TYGR 300 R gaming headphones is Rs. 15,499 in India. It is available to purchase exclusively via amazon in the country.

Beyerdynamic TYGR 300 R: Features and Specifications

The Beyerdynamic TYGR 300R is a gaming-focused headphone that comes with a 1.6m tangle-free cable. Whilst the 3.5mm node on each end of the cable is gold-plated to provide fast and clear audio output. It also includes a 1/4-inch adapter, so users can use these headphones even with professional equipment. The company also includes a bag and a velcro-gripped leatherette cushion with the TYGR 300 R.

The frequency response of the TYGR 300 R is between 5Hz to 35,000Hz, while the impedance is 32 Ohm. These come with a dynamic transducer and include an acoustic fleece, soft ear cushions, and a spring steel headband. The TYGR 300 R does not require specific drivers, and users can simply plug it with the help of 3.5mm port.

Beyerdynamic decided to skip the microphone on the TYGR 300 R for some reason. The exclusion of a mic is a bit strange considering these are targeted towards gamers. So if you plan to use these while gaming session, you will have to rely on the external microphone to communicate with teammates while gaming. What are your thoughts on Beyerdynamic TYGR 300 R? Do let us know in the comments below.