LYPERTEK TEVI: Reveiwed by Jayavarma J

by Jayavarma Jayadevan August 07, 2020 3 min read

LYPERTEK TEVI: Reveiwed by Jayavarma J

Disclaimer:

The LYPERTEK TEVI True Wireless earphones have been sent to me as a loaner by Headphone Zone for my genuine thoughts. I am not in affiliation with either Headphone Zone or Lypertek. 

Introduction:  

To be honest, I have never heard the brand LYPERTEK. Then one day, there started a buzz about a new kid in town (True Wireless Town). Few acclaimed reviewers even compared these to the famous Sennheiser Momentum TWS, which kicked my curiosity to the next level.

About the product: 

TEVI True Wireless earphones comes with most of the features one would expect and I must say they’ve done a great job with respect to offering a lot of features and specs like Hyundai offers in their cars. TEVI has the Qualcomm 5.0 BT with both aptX and AAC codecs and thus by catering to both Android as well as Apple users. It is also IPX7 Waterproof, hence it should be fine with your regular activities such as walking, running, gym. Claimed battery back up is 10 hours from the earbuds + 70 additional hours from the carrying/charging case, which according to me is a great thing.

Unboxing:

TEVI comes in a simple white box with transparent plastic on top revealing the earbuds placed separately and the carry case. Following are the contents


  • Carry/Charging Case
  • Left and Right Units
  • USB A to C charging cable
  • 3 sets of silicone ear tips (S,M,L)
  • 1 set of foam ear tips (I hope it’s a S size) Information booklet

Sound:

Devices used:
1. Iphone X
2. Nokia 6.1 Plus
3. iBasso DX 160
4. Macbook Pro


  • Bass:
    Bass is natural with good quantity as well as quality. It has nice and natural slam to it. Means, you’ll hear the bass as it is in the track. They’re not boosted/bloated at all. They mostly won’t satisfy you if you’re a bass head.
  • Mids:
    This is where the TEVI shines brilliantly. Natural mids with luscious vocals is really a deal breaker when it comes to a balanced sound signature and Tevi gets full points here. If you’re vocal lover, you won’t be disappointed at all with the TEVI. Mids transparency is surprisingly good for a True Wireless.
  • Highs:
    Airy, detailed treble response. It is slightly leaning on the bright side though and at times it can be fatiguing based on which genre you’re listening to. A bit more fine tuning with the high frequency would’ve made this perfect. One can address it with slight EQing if they find it sibilant.
  • Soundstage:
    Wide soundstage for a True Wireless and the airy presentation makes it a pleasant listening experience here.
  • Connectivity:
    TEVI offered a strong connection with my iPhone, Nokia as well as the MacBook Pro. I didn’t experience any signal drops while listening even when I was away from all the 3 devices by at least 10 to 15 feet. It was not the same with the iBasso DX 160 though. Frequent drops even when the device is with me. It’s not the same case when I pair the Sennheiser Momentum In Ear Wireless(Neck Band Version).

Conclusion:

TEVI ticks all the right boxes. Natural, balanced sound signature with a slight hint of brightness and a 70+ hours of combined battery life at 7000INR ! I would say it is total Value For Money

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