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- Overview of Lenovo Thinkplus LP1S
- Build quality
- Connection quality
- Sound quality
- Sound quality features
- General comment
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Recommended for people like this
- People who like sound with a sense of depth
- People who value resolution
- People who value a sense of depth
Overview of Lenovo Thinkplus LP1S
This review will give an overview of Lenovo Thinkplus LP1S. A complete review of this product can be found here .
- Total Score: 8.3 / 10.0
- Package: 8.5 / 10.0
- Build quality: 8.5 / 10.0
- Fit: 8.5 / 10.0
- High range: 8.0 / 10.0
- Mid range: 7.0 / 10.0
- Low range: 8.5 / 10.0
- Less distortion: 8.0 / 10.0
- Communication quality: 9.5 / 10.0
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- Continuous / maximum playback time: 4h / 12h
- Waterproof performance: Equivalent to living waterproof
- Supported codecs: SBC
Features of Lenovo Thinkplus LP1S
- Bluetooth v5.0, supports most Bluetooth devices, low power consumption
250mAh charging case can fully charge two earbuds approximately 5 times, providing over 24 hours of autonomy
- Waterproof technology, no more need to worry about water or sweat
- Enjoy the strong bass of the dual moving coil mounted dynamic drivers
- Popular touch control feature, supports switching songs, making calls and calling voice assistants
The package meets the price level.
- Lenovo Thinkplus LP1S
- Charging case
- USB Type-C cable
Build quality meets price standard.
The fit is good.
I tested it by connecting it to a Cayin N6II/E02 with SBC.
I don't know because I haven't been in crowds, but it is stable in the home. Distance tolerance is excellent, and the connection is seamless and intact even at a distance of about 5 meters. Communication was never interrupted, even across obstructions, and I was able to listen to music consistently.
There may be a small amount of background noise, but most people probably won't notice it.
The operating interface is a touch type.
|Power ON||Open the charging case lid and remove the earphones|
|Power OFF||Store the earphones in the charging case|
|Pairing||Automatically enters pairing mode when the earphones are powered on and there is no other connection.|
|Song playback||Tap multifunction button twice|
|Stop playback||Tap multifunction button twice|
|Volume +||Tap the right multifunction button twice|
|Volume -||Tap the left multifunction button twice|
|Answer call||Tap multifunction button twice|
|End call||Tap multifunction button twice|
REW Frequency Response
Sound quality description
The following review was tested on a FiiO M15 with a SBC connection.
Lenovo Thinkplus LP1S has a V-shaped sound signature.
Please see here for detailed reviews on sound quality.
Lows / Bass
The Lenovo Thinkplus LP1S is quite linear and reaches relatively deep.
The drums have plenty of heft and impact. Rumble is a bit weak, so the sense of realism can be a bit lacking. Tightness also seems a bit poor.
The electric bass also sounds black enough, but lacks a little bit of sink and sounds a bit warm.
The low frequencies are quite dominant over the midrange in terms of volume, which makes the midrange sound a bit muddy.
The midrange of the Lenovo thinkplus LivePods GM2 Pro has a backward leaning structure with an emphasis on thickness and depth. Resolution is quite good and transparency is good.
The midrange tends to sound dry, and the texture is inaccurate and extremely edge-enhanced, making the sound noisy to the ear and difficult for me personally to get used to.
Cymbals, guitars, and snares lack smoothness and sound gritty, and vocals have a strong sibilance sound, and songs with many "t" and "s" consonants tend to be a bit too aggressive.
Linearity is not bad, so it is not too difficult to understand, but it sounds like it could give you a headache if you listen to it for too long.
Highs / Treble
High frequencies have excellent extension and plenty of detail. Localization is also quite good.
The adjustment is smooth with relatively good sound image consistency, and the overtones are for the most part quite natural. However, the highs tend to sound noticeably rougher, with more brilliance in the highs, and cymbal crashes, for example, sound a bit aggressive and loud. Subtlety is also a bit lacking.
Sound quality general comment
- Original sound fidelity: B
- Recommendation: D-
- Personal preference: D-
The Lenovo Thinkplus LP1S is not very audiophile-friendly, as the midrange is not very well done.
Sound quality features
- Good detail
- Soft and pleasant sound
- Excellent resolution
- Sound field with a sense of depth
- Good sense of weight
- Weak core and lacks power in the midrange
- Significant lack of high-frequency extension
- Unnatural texture
- Lacks subtlety
The Lenovo Thinkplus LP1S are low-cost earphones with high-resolution sound, which may not be bad if you want to enjoy V-shaped, heavy bass and midrange with a sense of depth. However, the reproducibility of the midrange is basically poor, especially the core of instrumental sounds and vocals sounds weak, so it may be quite a choice for some people.