The Tevis are the best tws/IEM I have ever heard under 10k. Mind you that includes wired IEM's under 10k too. I've owned Shure se215s, Tin T2, Tin T3, Blon BL 03s and listened to many others around 10k. This pair has everything better than those and guess what. They are a true wireless one. Charge is also great. I've got around 7-8 hours in AptX mode. In terms of tonality and sound signature they are almost neutral with ever so slightly elevated bass with the updated firmware which they come with by default now. Imaging is great and has above average soundstage and layering which almost matches that of the Tin T2s which is known for it's flat response and above average soundstage. They response well to eq too. For me this pair is the endgame until I go for high end wired gears. I use aftermarket JVC spiral dot tips with them and they isolate very well. Be cautious when commuting with these on. Would recommend!
This was my first purchase from GearsForEars. I was pleasantly surprised, they existed, and not too far off from where I live. Due to the pandemic, had to rely on online delivery. They were quick in all correspondences in messenger and very honest in their responses. If business stems from service first, profits later, GearsForEars has a bright future in bringing an audiophile experience to Bangladeshis at competitive prices. Wish them all the best.
At approx US$ 100, this is a bargain. It certainly lives up to its reputation as the Sennheiser Momentum killer. Allow 30 hours of playing to drive-in the buds. Finding the ear-plug involves trial and error. Tested the Tevy with Miles Davis, Keith Jarrett, and John Coltrane- and of course Pink Floyd's Dark Side, Wish You Were Here and Meddle. The low notes are clear. The mids are crispy, while bass does not overpower. Once the buds drive-in, the audiophile experience is wonderful. I compared the Tevy with a Bowers and Wilkins PX. Noise cancellation isn't perfect. That's understandable from the US$ 100 price. Battery Test: NO, I didn't get the much-boasted 10 hour max charge from 50% volume. The max I got was 8-9 hrs. Re-charging from the base is quick and fast as declared. However: the bluetooth 5.0 suffers from cracks if coming into obstruction from a wall or similar obstruction. The IPX7 certification lives up to its reputation. I washed my face wearing the buds. No problem. The buds don't fall off from my ears while I'm walking or jogging, but nobody can guarantee they won't fall out because sweat in the face will make the buds slippery. This is something no manufacture can assure- if your face sweats a lot or not. One minor problem, not that it is a problem. The buds could have been made with a better plastic. But that's understandable considering the US$ 100 price. Would I recommend this to another audiophile? YES with a 4.8/5.0 star rating. Certainly Tevy isn't in the league of Bang & Olufsen Beoplay E8, Klipsch T5, or others in those leagues- but at US$ 100, Tevy is a serious contender and a big warning to the big boys that Chinese companies could be the new tomorrow.
I really loved the sound of Lypertek Tevi. The sound is very natural and pleasing which I like. It's not bass-heavy nor treble heavy. It's are in the sweet spot and has a very balanced soundstage. The battery life is amazing, I randomly charge them once in a week or in every 10 days. Sits nicely on ears and will not fall down itself.
If you love balance sounds with detaisl then this is recommended.