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Soundcore by Anker Liberty 2 Pro True Wireless IEM
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Soundcore by Anker Liberty 2 Pro True Wireless IEM

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With an innovative driver design and intelligent app integration, the Liberty 2 Pro from Soundcore by Anker is making waves in the world of true wireless audio—and the pros are taking notice. Endorsed by 10 Grammy award-winning producers, the Liberty 2 Pro sets itself apart with all-new Astria Coaxial Acoustic Architecture: a design that combines a Knowles balanced armature and an 11-millimeter dynamic driver in one body Read More
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stepsand
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Oct 8, 2021
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High quality IEMs for the price
I've been looking into different IEMs and this fit me well. There are a large amount of ear tips and wings for customization, more than I've seen in other offerings and I've found the right combination for my ears pretty easily. Sound quality is better than many of the IEMs I've tried before, although the mic isn't the best. Not that I use it much anyway. Great product, would recommend.
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Kaitech
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Sep 19, 2021
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Potentially great sounding IEMs but with a fatal flaw for myself
Try as I might, I could not find a combination of ear wings and ear tips that provided a proper 'fit' and seal for my ears. I had to forcefully push these further down to hear the deep bass they provide otherwise with a "normal" fit for me it was all midrange and treble without a hint of any bass. I informed Anker and they told me to return it for a refund but since I purchased these from DROP... Drop accepts no responsibility for a poor fit and ear seal and refused to allow me to return the devices. It is amazing that Apple with their airpod pros only supply two eartips and the larger one works perfectly for me, wheras the many ear tips and ear wings provided with this device do not provide a balanced satisfactory sound without using additional force to hear the bass,,, My other device came from Status.co and their Between pro triple driver earbuds also work much better with a more balanced sound without being all mids and treble...
Lailoken2
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Sep 11, 2021
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Worth the money, period.
The sound quality is as advertised, and build quality is great, and has lots of ear cups and fittings of all sizes, and has great battery life. Can feel. Slightly uncomfortable in the ears after a full 8-10 hours of continuous use, but I'm still trying out all the sizes and fittings, that could be resolved soon. Love this product, and this price.
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thedistortion
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Sep 5, 2021
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One Of The Best Sounding True Wireless Earbuds
I have always preferred wired earphones/headphones for my music and mobile gaming because of the sound quality and latency, and was hesitant to jump on the wireless earbuds bandwagon as most of the wireless earbuds out there in the market can't really hold a candle to a decent sub $100 wired IEMs. Then came the Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro True Wireless IEM (quite a mouthful). Heard quite a lot of positive reviews about this IEM, so I decided to give this a try. I have to say, I'm really impressed. Solid build quality, from the charging case (supports wireless charging too) to the IEM itself. Comfort is amazing, with multiple different sizes of eartips and ear wings provided for a secure fit. Excellent sound quality. Punchy bass, nice mids, and very cisp highs, maybe too crisp for my liking. Sound is customizable, along with button controls through the optional Souncore app. Good battery life. I got around 7+ hours on single charge, with around 60% volume (This thing is surprisingly loud at 100%). Only downside is the meh microphone quality. But I don't make calls much, so I don't mind. Also, I'm aware of the "hissing" issue that a lot of buyers are complaning about, but I didn't experience it on my unit, or at least hear any hissing noise at low volumes. My unit was already running the latest firmware when I got it. Overall, I'm very happy with my purchase.
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ffoorrtt
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Sep 3, 2021
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Good sound, terrible mic
The sound on these IEMs is great, overall, though if I'm nitpicking I'd say the mids are slightly lacking. The downsides are that they're uncomfortable (at least for me) due to the angle at which they hang, and the mic is awful, to the point that calls are impossible as the other side can barely make out what you're saying.
walabe16
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Aug 17, 2021
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Great for the price
Have really enjoyed them so far. Sound great and the EQ and choices for sound in the app are great. Only wish is for transparency mode.
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excellent sound, clarity and fit.
sure the device switching is less than desirable but...that sound makes up for the device logistics short comings.
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Womprat57
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Jun 8, 2021
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Stunning sound, amazing OOB fit, painless pairing
I havent done the complete burn-in or setup custom ear sound, but initial impressions are these are a fantastic value. Added bonus is the EQ profiles, some are great, most are ok, better than none! Fit, finish, usage are all Aces! My first DROP investment, won't be my last, thanks DROP! Great low-cost IEM.
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Cruzzy
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Jun 8, 2021
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Very very good
I love music and I have some really good gear eg wired iems and a mojo I listen to them with the sound on these earbuds is floorless straight out of the box they don’t sound as if they’re Bluetooth connected at all no time lag etc either glad to have done my research beforehand but would recommend these for anyone who likes their stereo equipment!!! I’d give them an easy 10 for sound quality and I haven’t even accessed the sound app where they may even sound more bespoke love them and drop!!!!!
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Lordlocks
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Sep 15, 2021
You are a very good writer. I am curious about this EDS that the doctors missed for four decades. I have had a lot of health issues my whole life and I just get shut out like I just make this shit up. There in my head. I just need to exercise more and my back wouldn’t hurt, which I know that is probably true but even walking hurts because my hip and knee are screwed up. I don’t know if you can message me on here but if you can I don’t mind. I would like to here more about the effects of EDS.
SuperFlyEDSguy
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Sep 20, 2021
Thank you again for the kind words. The funny thing is that I hated English in high school, and gravitated towards technology in college. Once I started writing things that I took a personal interest in, I decided that I would try to brush up on my vocabulary and grammar. Between writing more-and-more and being an avid reader, my writing talents became much better. I am not a professional writer by any stretch, well, technically I am as I have been paid it write, but you know what I mean. Regardless, I’m retired now, so I get to write for fun. I have been working on an autobiography, but it’s been on hold for the past year-or-so as it’s been a difficult one, not to mention having major spine surgery in May. Regarding my autobiographical data, you seriously couldn’t make this shit up! Well, my friend, here’s the deal on EDS. In a nutshell, most GPs don’t have a clue what it is, and most specialists will miss it too! I once heard that EDS is not rare, it’s simply rarely diagnosed! I had to argue with my primary at the time as she didn’t want to diagnose ‘something like that’ as she wasn’t confident enough in doing so. At the very least, I appreciated her honesty and candor. I pushed her to send me to a rheumatologist for a consult as EDS is a disease of the connective tissue, and who better to see?! It felt like it was only two minutes with the rheumatologist before having a proper diagnosis. Her boss came in too, and told me that I score very high on the hypermobility scale (I scored “at least a 7/9, but likely 9/9), so it was significant. Hypermobility is the main feature of EDS, and basically if you have loose joints and can (or could) do contortionist stuff, it means your joints are hypermobile (literally, as they extend far beyond ‘normal’ flexibility). What you’re telling me does sound familiar, but not just with me, also with many stories I’ve heard from other EDSers over the last few years. There are hallmark comorbidities with EDS. If you have those comorbidities, plus the hypermobility, EDS is likely and seeing a rheumatologist should be at the top of your list. FYI, comorbidities are secondary diseases that accompany a primary one, for example us EDSers commonly have digestive issues such as GERD; neurological problems such as brain fog and even ADHD are pretty common too. I definitely feel your pain, but aside having a shitty GP at the time, I had great specialists that I built relationships with, to include a shrink that wrote it’s ‘not in my head’ somewhere in my chart. If you could get a shrink of some sort (psychiatrist, psychologist, clinical social worker, therapist, etc.) to ‘officially’ evaluate you and rule-out malingering, even better, I’d highly recommend it! Even if not EDS, there’s something going on with you, and though you deserve attention and resolution, getting a proper diagnosis is going to take time! You see, hypermobility is a spectrum disorder, and even if not EDS, you could be diagnosed with a similar condition on the spectrum. From the brief bit of information that you shared, it may be something else, most likely rheumatological. Until you get a proper diagnosis, doctors will keep feeding you the same lines of shit over and over again, simply because they cannot appreciate the severity of the symptoms (and likely excruciating pain) that you live with. The bottom line is that I believe you. You’re going to have to learn how to properly advocate for yourself though. You are your best advocate! Period. Sadly, if it is EDS, or similar disease such as generalized hypermobility, there is no cure as it’s genetic. There are things that could make your quality of life extremely better though. As I’ve said, and will say again, you’re going to need to do some pushing and get to the bottom of it, because until you have a proper diagnosis, they will continue telling you the same routine crap that they tell everybody. The thing is, you’re not everybody! There’s an online EDS group on Inspire.com. Sign-up there and private message me, and then we can discuss some details. I have the same username there too. That’s probably the easiest way for us to not only exchange information, but to get you into a group that could be supportive or at the very least informative!
VSik
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Jun 2, 2021
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Great value
My first wireless IEM and they sound great. The equalizer app works great as well.
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