Finding a gaming headset can be hard. In order to limit the large selection, we took a closer look at Trust’s GXT 444 Wayman in this test.
The headset promises a lot. Wearing comfort, noise cancelling and last but not least high audio quality. Furthermore the compatibility with different consoles and platforms. We have tested the headset extensively and now present you the impression it made.
Visually, the Wayman makes a good impression. The design is simple and elegant. The headset is completely black, so if you’re looking for colorful RGB lighting or something like that, you’ll have to look elsewhere.
The ear cups are padded and have the logo stamped on the back. They are attached to thin metal brackets, but the angle can still be changed. However, the angle is limited, so it is not possible to turn them 180 degrees. The ear cups can be pulled out steplessly and thus adjusted to your own head size. In the beginning, minimal effort is required. This is exactly why the Wayman always feels stable, whereby the good workmanship is certainly also a factor here.
The microphone can also be adjusted, again with a little resistance, and adjusted accordingly. The microphone itself has a windscreen.
The cable is one meter long. On it there is a volume control for the headphones and a switch for the microphone. The cable ends in a 3.5mm connector. In addition, the headset comes with a one-meter extension cable, which also splits the combination jack plug into microphone and headphone jacks.
I’d like to say it again at this point: The 3.5 mm port is the only port, there is no USB port or Bluetooth connectivity. That’s fine, of course, but maybe not what you’re looking for.
|Driver dimension||50 mm|
|Frequency range||100 Hz – 20000 Hz|
|Connection||3.5 mm jack, |
Separate adapter with four-pole input and 2 three-pole 3.5 mm jack connection
|Frequency range||100 Hz – 10000 Hz|