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.
The TWS800 is Hifiman’s flagship true-wireless in-ear based on the Topology Diaphragm driver design. It features a high-impedance driver and custom discrete amplifier.
Pros – Excellent wireless range, Strong battery life at high volumes, Excellent passive noise isolation, Great vocal definition, Natural treble … Continue Reading Hifiman TWS600 Review – Indie
Pros – Revealing signature, Class-leading technical ability, Gorgeous design and case, Excellent battery life, Harman-target tuning Cons – No app … Continue Reading ADV. M5 TWS Review – Rejoice
Pros – Outstanding bass performance, Very clean midrange, Excellent battery life and connectivity, Tactile controls, Signature same with ANC on … Continue Reading Master & Dynamic MW07 Plus Review – Multi-tool
Pros – Huge bass with excellent extension, Rock solid fit and isolation, Good battery life, Tactile controls Cons – Very … Continue Reading Helm Audio True Wireless 5.0 – Proceed with Caution!
Pros – Very balanced sound, Excellent driver control, Strong battery life, Solid call quality Cons – No app integration or … Continue Reading Lypertek TEVI Review – A New Hope
Pros – Well-controlled bass, Natural midrange, Comfortable and well-isolating, Both earpieces support mono mode Cons – Abysmal call quality, Cheap … Continue Reading Astrotec S80 Review – Perfectly Generic
Pros – Excellent call quality and aware-mode, Strong noise isolation, Great fit and seal, Full sound works well in noisy … Continue Reading Sennheiser Momentum TWS Review – Shake & Bake