Soundcore by Anker Liberty 2 Pro True Wireless IEM

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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AlexCzar
106
Apr 16, 2021
Have they fixed the hissing noise that torments podcast listeners?
Marcus22687
226
Apr 16, 2021
Headfonics review https://headfonics.com/anker-soundcore-liberty-2-pro-review/ "The Liberty 2 Pro is a solid but classic V-shaped TWS tuning a high contrast low-end and treble tuning. This errs more to vivid and exciting than mellow or reference like in tone, at least with the stock tuning. "
MingRose
61
Apr 16, 2021
These are meh. I've had these since close to launch. Never have connectivity or charging issues. That being said, the case is huge, they're extremely bass heavy (and physically heavy) as others have mentioned and they're not comfortable for more than an hour. They stick out of the ear pretty far. They've just become a backup. I have smaller ears and was never able to get a comfortable snug fit, but they go come with a large assortment of tips and wings so I imagine more average size people might have more luck with fit.
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Jeremiah_R
72
Apr 16, 2021
These are pretty bass heavy unless you run the personalized tuning, then you can smooth it out. I suppose so they can account for people who want obnoxious amounts of bass.
MingRose
61
Apr 16, 2021
I've tried the app. I don't really like the idea of EQ things though. They're convenient and simple if I'm in a pinch.
Frizle
24
Mar 28, 2021
Do these have noise cancelling like the Life A2? I noticed the Life A2 model touting noise cancelling and I wanted something for cutting grass.
dreamingscorpio
6
Mar 29, 2021
I own a pair and while they provide good noise insulation they don't have any active NC.
MultiMr
0
Mar 21, 2021
Good price! I have them since a year from now, close to launch
topher339
26
Mar 21, 2021
I've had these since launch and have been very happy with them. They're the best wireless buds I've used (not that I have used very many), though a bit bass heavy. I use them for casual and exercise use. The right bud sometimes takes some fiddling to get it to charge in the case but having dropped the case a few times I can't really blame the product. My only real complaint is the size of the case. It's simply not pocketable. You need a bag or a jacket pocket to toss them into. I suppose a dual button setup per bud would have also been nice to have. It does have a rather useable app, though, which is always appreciated.
Rowdy2026
449
Mar 26, 2021
How do they compare to AirPods?
topher339
26
Mar 28, 2021
That, I can't answer. I've never used any airpods. From what I've heard, though, they have better audio but the airpods are better as far as livability.
katron
0
Mar 20, 2021
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consumeddbywater
2
Mar 19, 2021
I've had a pair of these for around a year now, and there are some pretty serious issues with the case. Both sides have charging problems; I typically have to reposition at least one earbud to get it to charge on each use. The left side is more problematic, and occasionally takes several attempts. Sound quality is pretty good for this price range of wireless IEMs, but they're very bass heavy, even with tuning. The Soundcore app is good, and offers plenty of control. It also has a feature that attempts to adjust each side to your ear by testing your hearing, though I have even hearing in both ears so I can't speak to its effectiveness. The IEMs are fairly comfortable for short term use and I don't have issues with them staying seated in my ears, but they are heavy so long term use becomes uncomfortable for me.
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JolietJake64
1
Mar 19, 2021
I’ve had a pair of these for 5 or 6 months and bought them for a VERY specific use. These were the only ones I could find that sit flush in the ear with controls on the top. Some of the ones I have sit even closer into the ear but the controls are either the outer shell itself to the outer shell cap is/are the controls. I got these to sleep believe it or not. I use these in conjunction with my phone or iPad to play a U-tube of ambient or thunderstorm sounds without disturbing my wife. If we're in separate rooms or on different sleep schedules I just use an echo playing the thunderstorm app. The controls being on top make all the difference. All the others would be inadvertently triggered by contact with the pillow. Suddenly raising/lowering the volume or advancing the track or video. Not ideal for my use. This isn’t a review but they work fine and the Soundcore app is actually useful enough to adjust for personnel preference. They sit and fit fine and stay in better than most of the other ones I have. I like the wireless charging case as I can use the same pad for these as the iPhone when not sleeping. I have tried these with music and Audible and I think these are great “bang for the buck” . IMO these are well worth trying for a hundred bones.
Silver64
0
Mar 19, 2021
If I wanted to use DEKONI BULLETZ EARPHONE TIPS with the Liberty 2 Pro, which size would I get, the 3mm or the 4.9mm?
DeadRegime
1
Mar 22, 2021
FYI, Comply has tips for WF1000XM3 (and a few other Sony True Wireless buds) so it still fits in the charging case. I've had no problem with them.
derzulya
89
Mar 22, 2021
Thanks! Gonna check them out. I've had a few "regular sized" foam tips at home including Comply and they never worked for me. Got the Spinfit CP360 and using with them since than.
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