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Final Audio EVA 2020 TWS IEM
$235
$299

Final Audio EVA 2020 TWS IEM

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$235
$299
Model: EVA Unit-01: Purple
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rscsei
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Aug 4, 2021
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Excellent!
Both the bass and the treble are clearly achieved, and the most important, The Eva 2020 presents a more than clear layered soundstage. The stereos are vividly circulated. And I personally believe that the Eva 2020 has achieved the most for any bluetooth earphone at this price range.
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Dms1998
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Jul 27, 2021
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Final audio is a great hifi brand from Japan, this headphone is nice quality and has nice voice quality .This headphone is normally comfortable, It doesn't make any pain even I wear it for a long time and run. Super long hours for music like 63 hours, apple is 24 hours, but the case is not small. Type C charging port is great. Cool voice reminder..... Actually, everything is not bad. I called my friend to test the microphone, it is bad. Also, you can't connect two devices at the same time like other true wireless. But it still a good headphone for music, It doesn't have any noise reduction(highlight), no wireless charging, no APP support. Customer services is also uncertain. The price in her is not bad, I don't have too many complaints about the price. By the way, I am not a fan of EVA... Tuning focuses on background more than vocal human voice.
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Thestealthkiller
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Aug 11, 2021
Funniest review I've ever read.
Braz
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May 31, 2021
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Great sound and quality, but...
As the other reviewer stated these have quite good sound quality when you find the right tips for you. I haven't found them uncomfortable at all in comparison to them though even with differing tips. I am in the same boat though as well being I'm not sure these justify a normally over $200 price point. It's also worth mentioning that dear god the connecting, resetting and button combos can be a pain in the ass especially if you are wanting to pair to different devices often. Don't get me wrong I am enjoying them and the style and build quality is great especially if you are an EVA fan. I just don't think I could fully recommend them to someone without disposable income or the hardest of core EVA fan. They need a little bit of design re-tweaking or a price point of around $180 to $199 to be great IMO. Edit: One thing I would like to add after having these longer is that the case is fantastic. Probably my favorite I've used. I hardly ever have to charge them.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
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Je_Saist
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May 8, 2021
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Great sound, less than stellar rubber.
This is one of those earbuds that, well, I knew beforehand, probably wasn't going to live up to the price point. Anker/Soundcore Liberty Pro 2's ride the ragged edge of what's capable on stock Bluetooth 5 controllers. As I quasi-expected, these Final Audio buds are, almost, as limited as the Liberty Pro 2's. Without LDAC or B5LE-LC3 support there just isn't a lot of room to push better sounding audio. ... yet somehow... these earbuds managed to find that room. Admittedly, they did that without the rubber they shipped with. For comparison the Soundcore Liberty Pro 2 shipped not just with the traditional earbud covers that actually go into the ears, the Liberty Pro 2's also ship an outer cover that allows the user a wider range of options to brace the earbud in place. Lacking that physical support structure can potentially place 100% of the support of the Final Audio earbuds on just how tightly they fit into the ear canal. In a word, uncomfortable. The smaller ear-canal pads the FA-TWS shipped with didn't do such a great job of helping direct or shape the sound. The medium size pads, at least on my ears, made an uncomfortable air-tight seal, with rather painful pops when taking the buds out. At which point I started digging around in my vast collection of ear-canal pads to see if I had anything that I found comfortable that would fit on the FA-TWS. I did, some Dekoni foam pads. I knew from experience that the Dekoni pads were firm enough to hold wired earbuds in place even when whipping down bike trails at 30mph+, yet also comfortable enough to be wearable for a few hours at a time. With the Dekoni pads in place, I launched back into my own audio-test playlist, a collection of tracks ripped from CD's to FLAC, some of which I pointed Drop on Twitter at. Somewhere around here is supposed to be list of Audio-Test tracks, but most of the ones I linked were primarily to GPlay/Youtube versions... and we all know Google is vague about exactly what "high quality" means. So, with VLC, tracks on an SD card, and some time waiting in a blood lab, I plowed through the likes of Liquid Tension Experiment, Bass 305, and Wintergatan's Bandcamp master downloads among others. With the Dekoni pads the audio quality was, well, surprisingly good across a wide range of frequencies and responses. $200+ good? I don't think so. Better than anything Apple offers? Yeah. Better than anything Sony offers? I think so, but it's not like I've had much time on the Sony's. Better than Raycons? Well, that wasn't really a high bar now was it? Better than the Soundcore Liberty Pro 2? Honestly, when things get complicated, when multiple harmonies are activating at once, when arpeggios dance around a melody, in those chaotic moments of sheer chord manipulation... I think the FA-TWS delivered a better listening experience than the Liberty Pro 2's. I'm, just not sure, I mean really not sure, that slight superiority is worth the buy-in price. Now, while I realize Final Audio probably is not going to visit Drop and read the reviews for things they could do to improve on the IEM's, if they did, I'd point out that the ear-canal pads that ship with the FA-TWS need a redesign, badly. They aren't quite Apple-Atrocious, but the Liberty Pro 2's scorch the FA-TWS in this regard. Maybe there's room here for an official collaboration with Dekoni. Would I recommend these to anybody else to purchase now that I have these in hand? The honest answer is no, but that's not why I bought my pair. To reiterate points made in the Drop Discussions, I really want to encourage themed products and cross-brand collaborations. I bought these not because of how they could sound, or do sound, but because it is the KIND of product I do want to spend my money on.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
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