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Gamers and streamers who want to become professionals and build up a community base may start with whatever headset they have lying around at home, but eventually, viewers will expect high levels of interaction and crisp, clear audio.
At this stage, gamers, streamers, and content creators --- whether on YouTube, Twitch, or another platform -- will need to invest in a professional-grade kit. However, buying these items can seriously hurt your wallet. With this in mind, we've kept an eye out for decent deals for the streaming community, and today, we have one for you.
Beyerdynamic has existing sales on a range of headphones, earbuds, and microphones. Among these sales are $120 (40% off) a pair of TYGR 300 R gaming headphones, now available for $179, and $60 (40%) off a FOX studio microphone, with a price drop of $149 to $89.
Made in Germany, the TYGR 300R headphones are open-backed and have been designed with materials including acoustic fleece to provide professional and immersive sound for gaming. The reported frequency response is 5 - 35,000Hz with a nominal sound pressure level of 96 dB.
If you're interested, the organization also has a range of other bundles and sales available which can be accessed in the beyerdynamic deal section.
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