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Trust GXT 414 Zamak Premium Review – High Comfort Gaming Headset

With the GXT 414 Zamak Premium, Trust today introduces a new headset to the market. This headset is aimed at gamers, but is not characterized by typical “gaming features” such as RGB lighting or virtual multi-channel sounds. Instead, Trust concentrates on the essentials: The GXT 414 is a normal 2.0 headset with a 3.5mm jack and a detachable microphone.

The headset is available from today on and will cost 74,99 Euro at the start. Currently the price is € 74.99. Whether Trust can supply a good headset for this and how the GXT 414 can assert itself in the core disciplines of sound quality and wearing comfort will be clarified in the following test.

Scope of Delivery

Trust is limited to the essentials when it comes to the scope of delivery. In addition to instructions and warranty information, there is a sticker with the GXT logo, the clip-on microphone and a total of three 3.5 mm cables to connect the headset’s four-pin connector to an appropriate end device or to divide it into two three-pin connectors.

Technical Data

Model Trust GXT 414 Zamak Premium
Transfer system Headband
Headphone format Over-Ear
Impedance 64 Ω
Cable length 100 cm jack quadripole, 100 cm jack quadripole to tripole, 130 cm jack quadripole (with microphone)
Weight 273 g
Connector plug 3.5 mm jack
Frequency range 20 – 20,000 Hz
Frequency range (microphone) 100 – 10,000 Hz
Price € 74.99
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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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