Trust has launched its new wireless gaming headset made partially of recyclable materials.
Named GXT 391 Thian, it comes in black and features two 40mm drivers with a frequency response from 20Hz to 20,000Hz. As you may have guessed from looking at the pictures, this is an over-ear headset with a closed back.
The drivers in question are made of neodymium and run in stereo mode only. This may not sound as fancy as other gaming headsets with 7.1, 3D audio, etc, but channel numbering isn’t everything, as hard-to-quantify sound reproduction is even more important.
The Thian is quite light, weighing only 197g, while being rated at 13 hours of continuous usage in wireless mode using a 5.8GHz connection. It can also be connected via a 3.5mm jack using the included 1.2m audio cable. Also included for charging is a USB Type-C-to-A cable.
Having a 3.5mm jack makes it compatible with pretty much everything that has an analogue output, while the inclusion of USB-C is useful for modern devices.
Finally, Trust emphasised the use of the recyclable packaging by avoiding any plastics or foam and using easy-to-recycle cartons.
The Trust GXT 391 Thian is priced at €69.99 and comes with a one-year warranty.