Content and Packaging
The Lavi D headphones comes in a simple packaging. Details about the product can be found at the back of the box.
Inside the packaging, you will find the Lavi D along with an auxiliary cable, USB to micro-USB cable, and a quick start guide.
Here’s a closer look at the Lavi D Over-ear Wireless Headphones. It has a lightweight plastic frame. The function buttons are on the cans of the headphones. A neat LUXA2 branding can be found on the side of each can.
Contrary to the Lavi S, the Lavi D’s cans have an oblong shape which I personally prefer. It fits my ears inside perfectly. The leather pads help create seal around your ears which naturally amplifies audio. It doesn’t feel hot in the ears given that the headphones is very light at 189 grams only.
The headband has enough cushion for it to be comfortable to wear for long hours or until the battery dies based on my experience.
The headband has an extendable arm for you to adjust.
On the right cup, there’s the power button which also functions as the Bluetooth button with a long press. You can also find the volume control buttons on the right cup.
Still on the right cup, a rubber cap hides the 3.5mm plug for the auxiliary cable and the micro-USB plug to charge the Lavi D.
On the left cup, there’s the play/pause button, back and forward track buttons. There’s also the built-in microphone in this cup.
Move on to the next page for the testing and user experience.