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“Lypertek Unveils PurePlay Z7 Triple Driver Earbuds With Qualcomm’s New Chipset”

There have been a lot of dual-driver earbuds on the market in recent years. Dual-driver earbuds have two speaker units within each earbud that take turns handling the midrange and bass, while the other handles the treble. Multiple drivers are available in certain earbuds or In-Ear Monitors, but they are usually very costly.L

Lypertek one of the most exciting and affordable headphone brands, has now announced the release of a pair of true wireless headphones with a triple hybrid driver setup. Inside each housing of the PurePlay Z7 earbuds are two specially engineered balanced armature drivers and one titanium-coated dynamic driver, dividing the music into three frequency ranges.

Large battery life, fantastic sound, USB-C charging, and IPX7 waterproofing for a low price? True wireless earbuds from Lypertek are almost too nice to be true

Lypertek’s balanced armature drivers are said to have optimal performance and reliability, as well as the ability to operate inside a small earpiece housing. Lypertek engineers achieved this by redesigning the driver without a nozzle, resulting in a smaller size that allowed for more precise tuning.

The dynamic driver in the PurePlay Z7 is made of standard Mylar film with a high-purity PPF titanium coating on top. This new driver arrangement, according to Lypertek, provides the extended dynamic range required to achieve the PurePlay Z7’s sound quality, which includes a strong and well-controlled bass, a midrange that provides rich clarity to vocals, and simple and expansive highs that deliver “a rare true wireless listening experience.”

The Lypertek PurePlay Z7 can work with the newly released PureControl software, which allows users to tweak the sound using a high-quality EQ and presets. The app can also be used to enable an ambient sound mode, configure button controls, update firmware, and monitor the location of the earbuds using the ‘Find My Earbud’ function.

Lypertek switched to Qualcomm for the QC3040 chipset, which enables access to the new Bluetooth 5.2 technology as well as support for AAC and aptX Adaptive audio codecs for extremely low-power performance.The high-end chip’s TrueWireless Mirroring feature provides improved communication and phone call efficiency thanks to the inclusion of cVc 8.0 audio technology, which helps to cancel noise and eliminate background noise.

The Lypertek PurePlay Z7 also has wireless charging and a whopping 80 hours of battery life, with 10 hours from a single charge and a further 70 hours of standby power from the included charging case.

Pricing and Availability: The latest Lypertek PurePlay Z7 triple driver headset will be available in June 2021 for £199 / $199 / €199.

Technical Specifications:

  • Lypertek tuned a triple hybrid driver configuration (2BA + 1DD).
  • Superior audio that captures every musical and spatial detail
  • User customization is possible with the Lypertek PureControl app.
  • Earbuds have 10 hours of playtime and a charging case provides an additional 70 hours of playtime.
  • Fast Charging and Wireless Charging ( from a 15-minute char to a two-hour playback)
  • To prevent unintended clicks, use a tactile multi-purpose button.
  • Media replay, calls, ambient sound mode, and voice assistants are all under your control.
  • Qualcomm’s QC3040 chipset supports Bluetooth 5.2.
  • Compatibility with aptX Adaptive and AAC codecs
  • A Lypertek wireless charging pad is available as an add-on.

Large battery life, fantastic sound, USB-C charging, and IPX7 waterproofing for a low price? True wireless earbuds from Lypertek are almost too nice to be true.