|Brand Name||Trust Gaming|
|Item model number||21467|
|Hardware Platform||PC;Xbox 360;PlayStation 3;Wii;iOS;Smartphone;Tablet|
|Item Weight||11.13 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 17.1 x 9.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||10.04 x 17.13 x 9.45 inches|
Trust GXT 38 120-Watt 2.1 Gaming Speakers with Subwoofer for PC, Xbox 360, and PS3, Black
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- Trust Gaming: top selling European gaming brand co-developed with pro gamers
- 2.1 speaker set including wooden subwoofer with a total peak power output of 120 Watt (60 Watt RMS)
- High quality sound with deep bass. 4-in-1: Compatible with PC, Wii, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
- Convenient wired volume control with headphones and iPod/mp3 connections. Extra volume and bass control at the side of the subwoofer.
- Smart power management: goes to stand-by when not in use
|Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available for 1 or 2 day shipping due to federal regulations that require it to ship via ground ship methods only. This product can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.
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Trust GXT 38 2.1 Gaming Speaker Set
High quality sound, overwhelming bass and an impressive design: the Trust Gaming GXT 38 2.1 Speaker Set combines these features and brings your gaming experience to the highest level. The GXT 38 can be easily connected to your PC, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360 or TV.
Booming Bass & Tunable Sound
With 120 watts of peak power the GXT 38 creates an unbelievable wall of sound! The wooden subwoofer with 7-inch driver produces bass you can feel. The two satellite speakers are designed to display the middle and high tones crisp and clear. The bass level is tunable and can be adjusted easily on the control panel on the side of the subwoofer.
Powerful and tunable to your preferences; perfect for any type of game!
- 120 watts peak power (60 watts RMS)
- XL wooden subwoofer with 7-inch driver
- Crisp & clear sound with deep bass
- Convenient wired volume control pod with headphones and audio input connections
- Extra volume and bass controls on the side of the subwoofer
- Compatible with PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii
- Smart power management: switches to stand-by when not in use
The speaker set features a rugged design with prominent red accents.
The matt black subwoofer combined with the glossy black satellite speakers fit perfectly to every gaming setup.
Convenient Control Pod
The wired control pod features a large knob to adjust the volume.
In addition the control pod features a headphone jack and a 3.5 mm input to connect your smartphone, tablet or iPod.
For PC & Consoles
Thanks to the included converter cable, you can easily connect the speaker to your PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 or Wii.
Smart Power Management
The GXT 38 Speaker Set has Smart Power Management built-in to save energy. The speaker set automatically switches to standby mode after 60 minutes of inactivity.
The speakers automatically switch on again once your PC or game console starts producing sound again.
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|What to expect||Compact speaker set with 8 watts output power||Premium design speaker set with rich sound and deep bass, for PC and laptop||120W 2.1 Gaming speaker set with wooden subwoofer||120W 2.1 Gaming speakers set with pulsating LED illuminated wooden subwoofer||120W 2.1 speaker set with wooden subwoofer and Bluetooth built-in|
|Peak power||8 watts||28 watts||120 watts||120 watts||120 watts|
|Wooden subwoofer with tunable bass||✓||✓||✓|
|3.5 mm connection||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Type of control||In-line||On-speaker||Wired control pod||Wired control pod||Wired control pod|
|Compatible with PS3/Xbox 360/Wii||✓||✓|
|Compatible with PC/ Tablet/ Smartphone||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Power supply||USB-powered||USB-powered||Wall power||Wall power||Wall power|
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2.1 speaker set including wooden subwoofer with a total RMS power output of 60 Watt; compatible with PC, Wii, Sony PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360
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My background with stereo and speaker setup is above average; I sold and installed both automobile and home audio/video packages, so I do feel I have a decent foundation of audio fidelity to accurately comment on this purchase.
Upon receiving the package I immediately took notice to how lite the box was(less than 10lbs). When I looked at the subwoofer my worst fears were realized when I peered through the enclosure port and was able to see how small the magnet was on the woofer. I decided to hook it up and see how it produced anyways.
At very low volume, the system does okay. But as soon as you put any power to it the subwoofer flattens out and has real problems sustaining its excursion properties without distortion. This could be due to the amplifier quality, size of the woofer for the enclosure(too small for a port enclosure with a 7" woofer-IMO), the woofer properties itself, etc.
The desktop speakers are much the same as the subwoofer. They perform okay at low volumes, but as soon as you turn it up you start to see a distortion in the midrange frequency. The crossover frequency on the midrange speaker is too low and this is allowing cone excursion that distorts the sound quality. You can actually hear it at higher volumes when a low frequency goes to the system and it comes through the midrange causing roll-off.
I tried adjusting both the subwoofer volume and overall system volume to try and find a happy medium, but could not find one that was decent throughout the volume range.
I would really like them to publish the THD of the amplifier at the rated 60 watts RMS(120 watts peak). I'm sure this would tell the story of the above findings.
With all this in mind, the system is okay value for a 2.1 setup with Bluetooth for $85. For somebody who is not concerned with sound reproduction/quality at higher levels than this setup may work just fine for you. I would have possible kept it for my kids if they didn't already have better low grade units.
The Trust Tytan is a beautiful looking setup. The black gloss finish on the satellite speakers is nice and the grills accent against the white cones gives it a pleasing look. The Bluetooth function worked well and was easy to establish on both my phone and laptop.
If you are looking for a subwoofer with tighter resonance and distortion-free SPL at higher volumes, then this setup is NOT for you!
If you are looking for sound quality with low harmonic distortion and a high s/n ratio, then this setup is NOT for you!
I would suggest spending a little more and get in at the entry level with Klipsch Promedia or Harmon Kardon Soundsticks.
If you can foot the bill, even spend a little more for a decent set of M-Audio or Audioengine platforms.
Pros: Aesthetically pleasing, affordable, easy setup, Bluetooth, Separate subwoofer/main volume control on amplifier in addition to remote volume control, good length wires on satelites.
Cons: Poor sound reproduction at higher volumes, high distortion at higher volumes, and poor resonance overall.
ALOT of BASS that you can adjust
Easy to set up
its actually 120V and NOT 220V as the picture on amazon says, be careful..
I like having the speaker control module sitting on my desk as it is convenient to control volume and nice to have a headphone jack at arm's reach.
This wire configuration is similar to my old Logitech Z313 speakers, but there are notable differences:
1. All wires on the True speaker are notably longer (sorry I don't have specific measurements). This makes a BIG difference in usability. I was able to move both speakers to the edges of my large computer desk, subwoofer on the floor, and volume control on surface of the desk, and all wires were long enough to make it happen. With my old Logitech speakers, that was impossible.
2. Sound Quality is superior to Logitech. Bass sounds great.
3. My desk looks cleaner.
Overall my first impression = very positive.
The left speaker already broke. Either a bad connection or loose wire. I don't know. It appears it is no longer under warranty. The speakers now are unusable, and I have to replace them. I don't know what happened but I don't see too many easy options for repair.
My rating is downgraded.
I took all wires apart and put them back together and was able to fix it, again. I think a wire was kinked. I had to put the subwoofer on my desk rather than the floor, because wires weren't long enough. But I still like the sound and not bad for the price. Upgraded to 4 stars.