Final Audio EVA 2020 TWS IEM

Final Audio EVA 2020 TWS IEM

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Commemorating the release of the anime film Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time, Final Audio has created a true-wireless IEM with features for fans and audiophiles alike. Available in three colorways, the EVA 2020 delivers detailed sound with neodymium drivers specially tuned to eliminate high-frequency sound often caused by Bluetooth connections Read More

Evangelion-Inspired, Audiophile-Approved

Commemorating the release of the anime film Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time, Final Audio has created a true-wireless IEM with features for fans and audiophiles alike. Available in three colorways, the EVA 2020 delivers detailed sound with neodymium drivers specially tuned to eliminate high-frequency sound often caused by Bluetooth connections. To get the most out of the Bluetooth signal itself, the EVA 2020 supports Qualcomm’s high-sound-quality aptX codec, as well as AAC and SBC codecs. A sonic nod to Evangelion enthusiasts, each model features a voice-guidance suite (in both English and Japanese) with newly recorded commands from Miki Nagasawa:  the voice of Maya Ibuki. Completing each pair of EVA 2020 earphones, aluminum housings optimize sonic performance with signature Evangelion appeal.

Final Audio EVA 2020 TWS IEM
Final Audio EVA 2020 TWS IEM
Final Audio EVA 2020 TWS IEM
Final Audio EVA 2020 TWS IEM
Final Audio EVA 2020 TWS IEM
Final Audio EVA 2020 TWS IEM
Final Audio EVA 2020 TWS IEM

Model

Specs

  • Final Audio
  • Drivers: Neodymium magnet dynamic drivers
  • Bluetooth chipset: Qualcomm 2CC3020
  • Bluetooth version: Bluetooth 5.0
  • Bluetooth codecs supported: aptX, AAC, SBC
  • Bluetooth profiles supported: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP
  • Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Battery capacity: 50 mAh (per earbud), 950 mAh (charging case)
  • Battery life (continuous music playback): 6 hours (aptX), 9 hours (AAC, SBC)
  • Battery life (talk): 4 hours
  • Battery life (charging case): 5 extra earphone charges
  • Charging time (inside charging case): 2 hours

Included

  • Charging case
  • 5 pairs of Type E Truly Wireless Exclusive Edition eartips
  • USB-C charging cable

Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is May 11, 2021 PT.

Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.

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For anyone looking for these, they are still available at local enthusiast shops and online throughout. I bought mine some 50 days ago and want to share that I think these buds have the best sound of all the sub-$300 earbuds out there. Momentum comes close, but this is better in soundstage and bass. The colors and the case are great too as well as the bluetooth. But literally everything else sucks: 1) included eartips are just unusable, 2) I put Spinfit tips on mine and it got better, but it just won't stay in my ear because the shape is not ear friendly and the heavy housing sticks out and pulls the earbud out, 3) the mic is one of the most horrendous I've ever heard on a bud, my $20 buds can outperform it easily, 4) there are no controls to speak off, 5) it can only connect to one device at a time, 6) bluetooth reconnect is great, but connecting them for the first time or resetting them to connect to another device is a horrible chore as the buds literally need to be reset to connect to anything else, and when entering the bluetooth pairing mode, it takes them a good minute (yes, a MINUTE) to start appearing in BT device lists, 7) everything is cheap plastic, and combined with the buds' inability to stay inside the ear, that means one fall away from damage, even the case, that's expected to be opened and closed about 3 times a day, has now after only over a month begun creaking as I open it, there are no good materials in this. Tl:DR; phenomenal sound, but at its current price, it's honestly outrageous, even if it targets deihard anime fans (which I am). This has $300+ sound in what feels like a $20 body and presentation, but still priced at the high end.
To be fair these are $180 IEMs (19,800 yen in Japan) that have been out since last year. They're available in multiple places at around the same $230-250 price tag. Taking into consideration the oversea shipping and any other fees that may be associated plus these being a collaboration item, I think the price is reasonable. Final Audio does not skimp out on audio quality for any product so at the very least you'll get IEM quality of about $180+, add a $20-30 oversea shipping, any additional fees that may have been included (licensing fees of the voices maybe?), and then the collab premium (and the voice recordings) it all comes out to be pretty close to what you're paying here. But of course there are plenty of options for pure dollar per IEM performance so if someone is looking to get the most out of their $250 and don't care much for NGE, these can be passed on. Take into account I may be slightly biased. I love NGE and I've also got several decent IEMs and cans but I also enjoy almost all sound signatures (mostly neutral) and have found a place for these IEMs so for someone who's looking for a one and done, I don't know if I would hold this in the same regard. It's definitely a fun sound signature though and if you like listening to more pop-y or upbeat mid-focused music these are great without giving a harsh sound. Also a special note about the eartips from Final Audio are awesome. It comes with 5 additional sizes (total of 6) and these tips are some of the better feeling tips that aren't memory foam. It can sit in my ear for prolonged periods and I barely feel it. So if all else, look for these eartips, they're very nice and should fit on most other standard IEMs.