Lypertek’s previous headphones in the PurePlay Z3 and SoundFree S20 were budget stars, but Lypertek has bigger ambitions in mind with its latest earbuds.
The PurePlay Z7 (£199 / $199 / €199) are set to take on the big brands in the true wireless market, featuring an updated design, improved feature set and hybrid-driver technology.
The hybrid-driver technology is the combination of two specially designed balanced armature drivers and a titanium coated dynamic driver inside each earbud.
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