Though Lypertek may not have created an earphone that represents an upgrade in all facets, their new model is substantially better to live with day to day than the TEVI and the vast majority of TWS earphones for that matter.
Audiofly’s new TWS model balances sound quality and daily usability better than most and at a cheaper price point, albeit with a rather safe tuning.
Pros – Class-leading design and excellent build, Highly linear tuning, Dead neutral tonality, Satin Audio cable Cons – Limited bass … Continue Reading GAudio Nair Review – Swiss Utility
Updated impressions of the retail Opera now published here! Pros – Highly defined yet coherent midrange, Outstanding imaging, Squeaky clean … Continue Reading NXEars Opera Review – Vector
Pros – Excellent bass extension and control, Highly musical midrange, Clean yet detailed top-end, Excellent finish and flexible housing design … Continue Reading Craft Ears Four Review – Stasis
Pros – Outstanding sub-bass extension and power, Gorgeous build and design, Upholds a relatively natural midrange Cons – Not balanced … Continue Reading Campfire Audio Polaris II Review – Grand
Pros – Perfect ergonomics with tiny, low-profile housings, Universal MMCX, Excellent balance, Outstanding midrange timbre and resolution Cons – Smooth … Continue Reading AF1120 MK2 Review – Composition, Coherence, Cleanliness
Introduction – Audiofly are an Australian manufacturer that has gradually risen from obscurity to modest popularity, though you still won’t … Continue Reading Audiofly AF1120 Review – Neutral+