Luxa2 Lavi S Wired & Wireless Headphones with External Speaker Review

by - 5 years ago

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Performance


The Lavi S certainly have a nice design, but do they have the performance to match? I’m happy to report that they do! The sound quality is very good, with a rich and punchy bass, warm mid tones and clear highs that make your music sound great. Although, I should hope they have a powerful sound given that they pack high-power 40mm drivers. Performance between the Bluetooth and wired mode is the same, which is always nice to hear, as I’ve seen some headsets that don’t perform as well wired as they do wirelessly; which sounds counterintuitive to say the least. There’s nothing remarkable about the headphone performance, but nothing bad either, but still above average for a set of on-ear drivers.

Setting up the headset is easy, obviously the 3.5mm cable is plug and play, but you’ll have to rely on the volume controls on your phone, MP3 player or other device, as the on-headset volume controls are there for Bluetooth mode only. Bluetooth pairing is nice and easy, just hold the button down till the light flashes, find it on your compatible device, click pair and you’re good to go.

The headphones work really well for music or playing games and movies on your tablet or smartphone, but it’s the extra party trick that I’m really interested in. This headset has four 40mm drivers, two for the headphones and two for the outward facing speakers. Immediately I was impressed, the speakers are loud and punchy, giving good bass and a powerful and clear sound overall. At maximum volume, you’re going to have enough sound cutting through to entertain a small group of people, so they could come in handy for that impromptu day sunbathing in the park, or a trip to the beach. Of course, there’s also what I like to call idiot mode, where you where the headphones like normal, but have the external speakers on; people will think you’ve got the loudest headphones in the world, but they’ll also think you’re a massive idiot for doing it.

The pinhole microphone is nothing fancy, but it works surprisingly well for making phone calls or activating Google Now voice commands when you’re listening to your music.

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