Review: Trust Zamak GXT 414 Gaming Headset

Testing headphones is not always the easiest thing to do; just like opinions about film and games, there is a lot of liking and taste and then how well they perform in relation to their price. So already when I picked up the Trust Zamak GXT 414 headphones from the box, I thought they were very nice and that I could easily carry them out on the town. I have tested a number of headphones from Trust and although they are usually very comfortable, I can think that they leave a lot to be desired in terms of design. I am thinking, among other things, of the Trust Ironn headphones that I reviewed some time ago. They were large and comfortable, but they are hardly any tricks that you would want to wear out among people.

Trust Zamak GXT 414 Gaming Headset

Now the Trust Zamak GXT 414 are primarily gaming cheats and they are designed so that they can be used for your Xbox, Playstation, Switch and of course for your computer. The designers have also thought of and sent with a cord with a button so you can control your mobile phone with them. That button has really been missed by me on other models.

Trust Zamak GXT 414 Gaming Headset

The mic is detachable so you can use the headphones without having a large mic straight in the face, which is a nice plus. Then the headphones are insanely comfortable. They do not squeeze and I have worn them for many hours without feeling the slightest discomfort.

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In addition to Trust Zamak being comfortable, practical and quite stylish, they actually have really good sound as well. I have tested them both on games, movies and in phone calls and they have a clear and distinct sound in all situations. The only thing I can miss – because I’m so terribly spoiled with my Plantronics RIG 600LX – is proper bass. The base in Zamak is perfectly okay, but does not really have the pressure I would like. Then the headphones have no surround, which makes it a little harder to hear where the enemy comes from when you play Division 2, for example.

In summary, it must still be stated that these are really a couple of affordable lures, with a price tag of about SEK 750 at the time of writing. Not a must, but definitely worth a warm recommendation.

Review: Trust Zamak GXT 414 Gaming Headset
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