Evil Audio Syver True Wireless Headphones Review

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Evil Audio Syver True Wireless Headphones Review
Relatively comfortable fitspeaker built into the case
Unremarkable sound quality
6.9Overall Grade

True wireless headphones are all the rage these days, but evil audio is trying to differentiate itself from the rest of the pack with a new pair of true wireless headphones with a charging case that can be used as a bluetooth speaker - evil audio Syver true wireless headphones.

The headphones are available at a reasonable price of $100. But are headphones worth buying, given the built-in speaker? Or should we keep looking? We're putting the wicked audio Syver headphones to the test to find out.


The first thing to notice about these headphones is their design, and they are not bad looking headphones, by any means.

The headphones themselves are relatively small, which bodes well for making them more comfortable. They each have an unholy sound logo and buttons on the side of each. The button layout isn't the best and you have to press quite hard to actually press the button. The result of this is that you will be pressing wands into your ears to control the audio, which can make it extremely uncomfortable.

In the case of charging it looks like a small module that controls the volume and power buttons for the actual speaker on the front. On the back, you get a microUSB port for charging - which was a little disappointing given the presence of USB-C. The speaker is located on the bottom of the charging case. The lid is a little frustrating to use - it has a latch on the side that you have to use to open the lid, and that takes extra steps to use the headphones. A magnetic lid would have been a little more appropriate.

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In the box, in addition to the headphones themselves, you will receive a charging cable and a total of four pairs of tips, including those that are already installed on the headphones.


As mentioned, the headphones themselves are quite small and the end result is that they are relatively comfortable to wear. They should fit easily in the ears of most.

The buds stayed in our ears quite easily, which was nice. Now, we generally don't recommend using these earbuds for sports as they will fall out with too much movement, but they are more than enough for everyday use.


The sound quality of the headphones themselves is perhaps more important than that of the speaker, and while it's not terrible, it can certainly be better.

Let's start with the bass, which is relatively powerful. The beat of the drums and bass guitars is able to punch through the mix, however there is quite a bit of mudiness during playback.

That the mudiness extends into the low mids, while the highs seem to be cut in some places and boosted in others - making for a slightly odd sound profile.

By far the worst thing about these headphones is the high sensitivity. The highs are relatively weak overall, resulting in muffled-sounding listening experiences. If you're a fan of detail and clarity in your music, you'll probably want to look elsewhere.

The speaker seems to have different issues compared to the headphones. As long as there is at least slightly high frequencies into the speaker, there are few low frequencies to speak of. Which is to be expected from speakers of this size, but still worth noting.


The battery life on these headphones is 4 hours on a single charge, which is pretty lackluster. The most advanced wireless headphones can last at least 5 or 6 hours on a charge - and the result of low battery life is that you won't be able to listen for long periods of time without recharging.

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The Wicked Audio Syver headphones connect to a listening device via Bluetooth 5.0, and we found that they generally maintained good connectivity throughout testing.


Ultimately, the wicked audio Syver true wireless headphones provide a decent design and comfortable fit, but don't seriously let down by lackluster sound quality.

As a consequence, there are other options that we would recommend before that. First of all, we recommend checking out the JLab Audio true wireless headphones like the JLab JBuds Audio Air-Sports, which provide a more secure fit and much better sound quality.

Shop Price
Evil Sound $ 99.99
frequency range 20Hz - 20kHz Active Noise Cancellation No
Driver size 8.2 mm Noise suppression Unknown
Driver type Dynamic Headphone controls Yes
Closed Microphone No
Sensitivity 105 dB cushion material Gel
Nominal resistance
32Ω Magnet Material Neodymium
Total harmonic distortion
Unknown Water resistance Protection IP65
Rated input power
Unknown Battery life 4 hours
Maximum input power
Unknown Wireless distance 10m (33ft)
Wireless connection
Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity Length of cable N / A
Wired connection
No Case type Charging Case
Detachable cable
N / A In the box
  • Headphones
  • Charging Case
  • Ear tips (x4 pairs)
  • Charging cable
The weight Unknown Colours Black

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