I love mine for the intended purpose I bought them and that is gaming.
I also find them great for some tracks but find that something is off that makes them sound abrasive in the mids at times.
This ‘quality’ for me makes them sound amazing on some metal and electronic tracks, but terrible on others. Kind of a double edged sword.
in terms of separation, bass extension, sound stage and even with the dulled highs (for a Beyer) I find the tygr objectively Bettwr than the Hd6xx.
But in river and general straight up enjoyment of music I prefer the Hd6xx.
compared to the DT880 I simply found the tygr sounded a bit rough around the edges and less refined. It was kind of like comparing the hd58x to the 6xx. I liked both but comparatively the dt880 just had more detail and a cleaner sound.
the DT880 however I felt the bass was a little more boomy than the tygr (didn’t have multiple amps on hand so may have just not been driven well enough), while having less kick and a more v shaped sound.
It really depends what you are after and as always what you prefer.
Personally I found the dt880 and Hd6xx were great as they were different enough that both make sense in a collection and imo both punch above their price point.
The tygr is kind of like the love child of the dt880 and Hd6xx in the sense that it’s literally somewhere in between.
If you have either the Hd6xx or dt880 and plan on listening to music primarily then I personally wouldn’t bother with the tygr. But if you don’t have either it’s definitely worth trying out.
if you are using it for gaming or movies, the tygr is fantastic and I am thoroughly enjoying mine for this use case.