An oversized 11mm driver provides stunning power to the low end while adding bass punch with real impact to fuse your audio with irresistible intensity.
A customized Knowles balanced armature driver produces intricate detail and high-end for balanced and deeply nuanced listening.
A dynamic driver and balanced armature driver aligned coaxially; treble inside bass, direct-to-ear. The result is completely natural sound with minimum interference or distortion.
Every instrument is presented perfectly across an expansive soundstage for a stunning representation of what the sound engineer and artist dreamed you would hear.
Turn on Transparency mode while you’re listening to music to let in the world around you when you need heightened awareness of your surroundings.
LDAC is 3 times more efficient at transferring data from your device to your earbuds to preserve hi-res sound quality. In addition, Liberty 2 Pro Upgraded Version are Hi-Res Audio Wireless certified. Note: Use the soundcore app to turn on LDAC.
Use the soundcore app to analyse your unique hearing profile and intelligently create a sound setup that suits you perfectly. This upgraded version of HearID gives you the ability to further personalize your sound profile and add your favorite music genre to it.
Top up the charging case via a fast-charging USB-C cable or a wireless charger. When you’re short on time,15 minutes in the charging case gives you up to 3 hours of listening.
Multiple sizes of liquid silicone Earwings and Eartips are included to allow you to mix and match until you find the perfect fit for your ears.
Muy buenos auriculares, cómodos, excelente sonido, limpio, buenos bajos. En fin encantado!!!
I just got these in the mail today March 30th 2022. I am currently wearing these while I write. In short, I am very satisfied with these.
Great sound, incredibly comfortable, and I can use either earbud individually with a simple pairing and switching process. I also love the different quick choose sound profiles in the EQ. I am very happy with the charge case because the earbuds snap right in the charge spot and start charging instantly. The operation button is on top and very easy to click, but not so easy that you accidentally push it in. I'm glad that its a click button and not touch.
I recently bought a pair of Anker's lower models for about $55. I really wanted to like them because they had good sound, but they were very uncomfortable. Right now I am super happy that I returned them. I just purchased these Liberty 2 Pro Upgraded Version on sale for $69 from Anker Direct store through Amazon. These are SO WORTH that price and more. I almost feel like I'm stealing, 😆.
Overall rating 4.5, rounded up to 5. I don't think there's anything better for this price.
I wanted a "better" set of wireless earbuds for casual music listening: I wanted either AptX HD or LDAC, good battery life, and comfortable to wear for at least an hour or two. (I specifically ruled out over-the-ear headphones because I can't wear them very long, and ruled out wired earbuds for convenience. To me these are acceptable compromises.)
I was considering the Sony WF-1000XM4, but didn't want to pay that much for casual listening. I was also considering the new Soundcore Liberty 4, which on paper seems to be a great product. But I decided to try this "Liberty 2 Pro Upgraded" pair to see if was good enough for a lot less money.
So far I'm really very pleased: the sound is excellent for all my favorite music genres: classical, country, pop, rock, and latin pop, and after replacing the earpiece flaps and cushions I'm finding them very comfortable to wear as I work at my desk.
Important: to get the sound right, you have to do several things. Firstly, on my Android phone (Pixel), I went to the bluetooth advanced settings (usually hidden under developer do a web search for more details), and set the Audio Codec to LDAP, the LDAC quality to 900kbps, and made sure that the other BT settings (such as sample rate, bits per sample) were at the highest for good audio. Then I downloaded the Soundcore app, connected the earbuds, set the audio quality to LDAC (in settings), and then played with the equalizer settings until I had what sounded best to me. The app has a neat little personal-hearing tester, which is worth a try, especially if your ears are getting older. After all this I had nice clean well-balanced sound. You might try different EQ settings for different music genres if you like, it does make a difference, but perhaps not huge enough to matter for casual listening.
I've read many grumbles about LDAC, but I wonder if those are based on what you get with the default settings: in my experience getting the settings right makes a very big difference, at least for Android phones.
I expected these to be good, Ive been rocking Anker earbuds for a while. With multiple other sets I expected these to be on par or a little bit better. I was entirely mindblown when they sounded THAT much better and ruined me for other earbuds.
Sorry old Anker buds, you are my backup pairs now, these are my new jam. They stay in well (and thats been problematic for me in the past), the noise cancellation is superb, and the hearing test helped me a ton! I love em so much!
I love this sound with super bass! good choice for music enthusiast.