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Lypertek Tevi Truly Wireless Earphones Review & Comments

big boss

Well-known Member
Good to see a review of a lesser known brand. Can I request you to review brands like Taotronics and Mpow which are available on Amazon?
 

hrishi

Standard Member
@Greg Hook Thanks for the review! Did you test the phone call quality with these?
 

Greg Hook

Moderator & Reviewer
@Greg Hook Thanks for the review! Did you test the phone call quality with these?
No, because I have no friends and no one ever calls me. :(:laugh:
I'll test that tonight and let you know.
 

Wolkenhaus

Standard Member
Thank you for the review, they sound very promising. I'm currently looking for a pair of such in-ears with better sound quality than my Xiaomi Airdots and stumbled upon the Cambridge Audio Melomania 1. Those have very similar specs, claimed battery life (w/o case), connectivity and button mapping. Since I didn't order as of now, I'm now wondering how these two device can be compared, especially concerning sound quality when used with Apt-X. The only thing missing on the Melomania is the USB-C port.
Thanks
 

JayCee

Distinguished Member
Aren't these the same one's that were reviewed last Sptember.
 

Greg Hook

Moderator & Reviewer
Aren't these the same one's that were reviewed last Sptember.
That's just a thread isn't it? Can't see a review there.
 

Greg Hook

Moderator & Reviewer
Good to see a review of a lesser known brand. Can I request you to review brands like Taotronics and Mpow which are available on Amazon?
I'll make some enquiries!
 

youngsyp

Distinguished Member
Great review, thanks.

I got a pair of these for Christmas after trying to find the 'perfect' set for a while. I've been through the Jabra Elite 65t's, Creative Labs Outlier Air, Cambridge Audio Melomania 1's and now these and currently, they're the closest I've found to my goal. The fit is perfect, with the medium silicone tips and offers just about the best noise isolation of the 4. As the fit is so good, the sound signature stays the same no matter how long I listen to them, as they don't shift about in my ears. I think that's mostly down to the 'full size' tips, which is not common with the other 3 I've tried. I have some foam tips that I'll experiment with at some point, just to see if they can improve on an already perfect fit.
I've not had chance to fully use the battery life yet but, by all accounts, that seems to be to spec too.

I'd highly recommend them and if you're in no rush to buy a set, keep an eye out on Amazon as they've been as low as £69, twice, last year.

Paul
 

dr_jon

Active Member
Can I second the request for a call quality test, especially outgoing speech, as I have several wireless headphones (BeatsX, although died 2 months after the warranty expired, and Sony WH-1000XM3) where some of my non-native English speaking friends find it harder to understand me than from the phone alone, or my Sennheiser IE8i wired earbuds.
 

Atomicus

Active Member
Have these myself and they are very good. I am wondering what, if anything, at this price point, offers noise cancelling along with the same audio quality these do? Hard to fault though.
 

flipside

Standard Member
ooh intersting , do these have multi point ?

ok i just heard back from the manufacturer and no they dont, back to the drawing board
 
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Atomicus

Active Member
I found the Melomania completely lacking in bass... had both, so was able to compare directly, and did a blind test with two other people and we all agreed. Depends on music you listen to of course, but the Melomania were definitely lacking in this department.
 

JayCee

Distinguished Member
I had both and sold the Lypertek and got the Melomania's to replace them.
I found the opposite...the Lyperteks were lacking in bass whereas the Melomanias with the bigger foam tips supplied FOC from Cambridge Audio were better.
 

Steven

Senior Moderator
I found the Melomania completely lacking in bass... had both, so was able to compare directly, and did a blind test with two other people and we all agreed. Depends on music you listen to of course, but the Melomania were definitely lacking in this department.
I had both and sold the Lypertek and got the Melomania's to replace them.
I found the opposite...the Lyperteks were lacking in bass whereas the Melomanias with the bigger foam tips supplied FOC from Cambridge Audio were better.
Fit is key for in ears and all reviews about sound should begin with this information. An in ear may still not sound good even if it fits well but it's never going to sound good to begin with if the fit is poor
 

kosch

Active Member
What is the microphone like for call quality?
 

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