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AVIOT TE-D01g True Wireless Stereo Review


Goh Beng Yeow
Goh Beng Yeow, the Founder / Editor at Porta-Fi™, is a recipient of the IT Youth Award in Singapore. Twice nominated for EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards, Beng Yeow has previously founded startups such as PDALive.com, Coded Pixels Consultants and was a Tech writer for TODAY, a national daily newspaper under MediaCorp. Since 2017, he has been writing, editing and producing commentaries, interviews, news and reviews on Porta-Fi™. In 2019, Beng Yeow was appointed Advisor to LHDC™, the industry's latest low latency and high-definition Bluetooth audio codec.

Sound Quality

Similar to prior models from AVIOT, the TE-D01g features a single 6mm dynamic driver with a graphene-coated diaphragm. Coupled with Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX codec support, the TWS is theoretically capable of delivery CD-like audio quality supporting up to 48 kHz / 16-bit LPCM audio data.

AVIOT TE-D01g True Wireless Stereo

The TE-D01g exhibits coherence across the frequencies, providing a well-balanced output from the sub-bass to ultra-high frequencies. Depicting a warm sound signature suitable for various genres, the TWS is an all-rounder with a good soundstage that is wide enough with presence to allow accurate sound imaging for rather enjoyable listening.

At the low-end, the sub-bass was warm and soft all the way up 60 Hz, vibration is smooth but soft. It can be felt but the sense of contrast is low. Moving up to the lower-mids, there is the presence of depth but a distinct lack of definition, details and decay.

The TE-D01g depicts a more natural presence of vocals, piano, cymbal and strings at the midrange translating to better sound imaging on the soundstage. There is a slight bump at 3 kHz which is at the middle of the upper midrange again adding presence but not enough to cause listening fatigue.

The high frequencies starting from 4kHz seemed suppressed, allowing the midrange to be brought to the front with transparency which is positive for vocals, female vocals in particular though lacking in sparkle and airiness.

AVIOT TE-D01g True Wireless Stereo

Lastly, between the two types of ear tips provided by AVIOT, the urethane foam ear tips will provide a better listening experience.

Part 1: Introduction, Design and Build
Part 2: Usability
Part 3: Sound Quality
Part 4: Product Specifications
Part 5: Review Ratings, Summary

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  1. Went through the review of this newly launched yes, would love to try them but not unless they are launched in the Indian market.

  2. A great review. I bought this before reading this review. I see the author mentions aqua jogging and that’s one reason I bought this. But I found that with my iPhone XR which is also BT 5.0 capable, reception was spotty even within a 5 meter range. Having said that, I’m now also tempted to try the TE-D01d and see how that sounds like.

    • Thank you. 5 meters should be OK, unless there are a lot of interference, I have yet to test this on a iPhone XR so I cannot comment.

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