When it comes to affordable wireless Bluetooth headphones that has good sound depth as well as good reviews, Tagg Inferno vs Crossbeats Raga would be one of the top comparisons in anyone’s list. Both the wireless headsets are price just over 2000 INR, so wouldn’t make your pocket empty like other expensive one’s Bose QC 35. Let us  goo through the main features of Tagg Inferno and Crossbeats Raga and later decide which one you should go for.

TAGG® Inferno

  • Bluetooth 4.1 earphone
  • In built mic
  • Call control
  • Noise cancellation
  • Ergonomic design
  • 7 hours of music play time, 180 hours stand by (100 mAh battery)
  • PX4 sweatproof resistance

CrossBeats Raga

  • Bluetooth 4.1
  • Up to 8 hours battery backup
  • Battery Level displayed on device
  • IPX-4 Rated Sweatproof
  • Supports connectivity to multiple devices
  • Mic and full phone control (volume, pause, forward/back, answer phone calls)
  • Advanced noise cancellation

As you see, the specifications are neck and neck for both the headphones so as the price. But what is distinctive among these two?. Let us find out if there is any

Design & Usability

TAGG Inferno

By looking at the design you can see that these are sporting earphones, but you can use it for normal music listening as well. The Tagg Inferno is made out of plastic which has a soft texture on them which makes them feel nice in hand and bit premium too. Since these are wireless headphones there is only one short flat cable connect in the earphones together. If you dont like the all black color, there is also one with red wire.

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The earphones are IPX 4 sweat resistant which means you can even wear them even in small rain or in Gym with full of sweat in your ears without worrying about them getting damaged. Also, the ear hooks does the job pretty well avoiding the earphones to slip off from the ears.

Controls and the power button of the Tagg Inferno located on the right earbud. There is also a in built microphone for taking calls. For music controls you have volume button on the top, when you long press them it acts as a forward button too. The power button acts as a play/pause button.

Apart from the earphones, you’ll get a carry case which is a hard shell case makes it easier for you to carry. Also, you’ll get different sized eartips and a USB cable to charge the device.

The battery life on these headphones are pretty good. On the box it says 8 hours of music play back and 6 hours of talk time. The actual tests were giving approximately what was advertised.

Crossbeats Raga

These earphones also have very good build quality and fits nicely in the ears without any problems. The body is sort of rubber plastic mixed material, so you dont feel it slipping off your hands often. The buttons are found on the right earbutton. But the built quality of the controls aren’t great.

The earhooks helps the headphones falling out of your ear when you walk or do jogging. You may find little difficult to wear this in the beginning but once you gets the hang of it, it int going to be a problem.

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These earphones are also IPX 4 certified which means you can wear it during small rain or sweaty ears will not make any issues to them.

The battery life is stellar on this headphones. You could get 8 hours of play time easily with 75 % of volume.

Audio Quality

Tagg Inferno

The audio quality of these earphones are amazing with great lows, highs and mids.It doesnt disappoint the base lovers, but it is not as good as some other headphones in the market for the same price. Trus me it is good, but not overpowering. Overall, the audio quality is nicely balanced and wide.

Crossbeats Raga

These earphones has well tuned mids, great bass and good highs. Noise cancellation not as good as the Tagg Inferno, but it is almost does its job.


For the price of $35  or 2000 Rupees, these are value for many earphones. But in my opinion the Tagg inferno is a better option due to its rugged construction, better placement of the buttons and superior music quality.

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Comments (11)

  1. Which wireless headphones is better that tagg inferno..my main purpose is calling..please reply

    1. Both Tagg inferno and Mivi Thunderbeats are good for calling. I’d prefer Mivi because the mic is on the connecting string so it will be more reachable overall.
      amazon link for Mivi thunder beats: http://amzn.to/2IGEYlw

  2. I want to use it during gymming, running and normal usage.
    Which is a better option at this price range?

    1. Both earphones are good for gymming and running since they both are rated IPX4 water resistant and sweat proof. If you consider the build quality and music quality, Tagg inferno has a slight upperhand.

    2. Both earphones are good for gymming and running since they both are rated IPX4 water resistant and sweat proof. If you consider the build quality and music quality, Tagg inferno has a slight upperhand.

  3. I am looking for one with good music quality for all geners
    Need suggestion .
    Are there anything better than these two for the same price range?

    1. Nope.
      Crossbeats Raga all the way!

  4. Please suggest me which one is best tagg sports+ or cross beat pulse as i want to use for full day calling n music both.

  5. Please suggest which one is best among tagg sports+ or crossbeats pulse as i want to use for calling n music all the day.

  6. Plz suggest me Which one is best among tedd, crossbeat and mivi.. nd Which model.. as i want durable one with good sound nd base quality for calling and listening music

  7. Is it comparable with the noise shots? (Sound-wise)

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