Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 pro Review

Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro Review

Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro are genuine wireless noise-canceling earbuds. The portable design, adjustable noise reduction modes, and long battery life will assist long-haul passengers. This headset is a far better (and less expensive) solution for iPhone users than the standard AirPods. Audiophiles may be put off by the earbuds’ highly sculpted sound signature, but for the price, these earphones get far more right than wrong.

Design and use:

The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro has an IPX4 rating, which means it can withstand perspiration and light water splashes. Because the earbuds are so light (just 5.2g), you won’t have to worry about them falling out of your ears during even the most strenuous exercises. Anker is one of the few affordable brands that offer an ear tip fit test to aid in the selection of the best ear tips.

Strong Performance:

The Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro earphones from Anker provide some of the best noise canceling. Meanwhile, Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are by far the finest in terms of noise cancellation. If noise cancellation isn’t a priority, the JBL Live 300TWS offers better sound quality in a more exercise-friendly design.

Software:

To get the most out of the Liberty Air 2 Pro, you’ll need the Anker Soundcore app. Choose a custom EQ based on how sensitive you are to different frequencies of sound, or personalize your earbuds with the results of a hearing test. The app also has a connection to the streaming service LÜM, which allows users to listen to music from customized playlists.

Sound Quality:

The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2’s preset frequency response amplifies notes below 100Hz roughly three times louder than mid-range frequencies. The 808 bass notes in rap tracks like Post Malone’s Motley Crew are so powerful that they drown out the vocals and synth instrumentals. If you listen to the earphones in a calm environment, you’ll notice how loud the bass is.

Noise Cancellation:

The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro’s active noise cancellation is comparable to the Apple AirPods Pro. ANC affects high frequencies, however, it is most active against tones below 1kHz. Although Anker’s headset does not have as excellent noise reduction as the Sony WF-1000XM4, it should suffice for most users.

Battery:

True wireless earbuds with noise-canceling are the Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro. They lasted 4 hours and 50 minutes in our tests with steady playback at 75dB(SPL). The case may be charged in 15 minutes and provides 180 minutes of playback. Any Qi-compatible wireless charger can also be used to charge the case wirelessly.

Pros:

  • Audio performance with a lot of basses and a lot of brightness.
  • For the price, excellent noise canceling. 
  • There are numerous ANC modes and a customizable EQ in this app. 
  • Design that is resistant to water.

Cons:

  • The fit of in-ear headphones can impair audio and noise cancellation. 
  • The sound signature is slightly altered by noise cancellation. 
  • Not recommended for audiophiles.

Conclusion:

The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro true wireless earphones aren’t flawless, but they have a sculpted, bass-forward sound profile and some of the greatest noise cancellations.

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