Lypertek PurePlay Z7: three emitters and Qualcomm QC3040 chipset
The distinctive headphone brand Lypertek has introduced the PurePlay Z7 in-ear wireless model. Despite the minimal dimensions of the cases, these are three-driver headphones.
The bass in PurePlay Z7 is handled by a speaker with a mylar diaphragm coated with a high-purity PPF titanium layer. The upper and mid-frequency ranges are processed by a pair of branded armature drivers. Lypertek engineers managed to significantly reduce their already small size.
A tactile universal button on the headphone case will allow you to control playback, calls, turn on the ambient sound mode and activate the voice assistant. At the same time, its design prevents accidental operation, and functions are reprogrammed from the PureControl app.
This newly developed app will give you full access to all the functions of your headphone. It has an equalizer with preset recording, you can customize controls, update the firmware and even find headphones using the “Find My Earbud” function.
Electronics Lypertek PurePlay Z7 is based on the fresh Qualcomm QC3040 chipset with Bluetooth 5.2 support. The headphones connect to the smartphone using TrueWireless Mirroring technology. CVc 8.0 technology will improve the quality of your telephone connection. Audio codecs AAC and aptX Adaptive have seriously reduced the power consumption of the novelty.
As a result, together with the Lypertek PurePlay Z7 charging case, they are ready to provide a full 80 hours of sound. The headphones themselves will work for 10 hours on a single charge. The rechargeable case can be charged with Lypertek branded wireless charger, which must be purchased separately. The novelty will be released in June 2021.
In Europe, Lypertek PurePlay Z7 headphones will cost 200 euros.