Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro, video analysis:
Liberty Air 2 Pro, beautiful headphones
Although it may sound a bit superficial, when you buy a new product the first thing we usually look at is its design. And, of course, this is what I want to start talking about.
The perception of something “nice” varies from person to person, but there are aspects of these True Wireless headphones that I think the vast majority of users will like. Starting with the box, we are looking at a small square case of a reduced size with a silky plastic finish.
On the back it has the button to activate the sync and USB-C connector to charge it. The front hides three small LEDs that will indicate the state of the battery both when it is charging and if we tap the synchronization button. And what I found most curious about this cargo box is the opening system to access the headphones. Sliding up we will open a lid to see the two headphones. These remain fully attached to their charging position as soon as we approach them and they are not the type of headphones that you have to fix well as we put them on. We simply bring them closer together, release them and they by themselves snap into the correct position.
Finally, two details that I had not mentioned until now is that these Liberty Air 2 Pro are available in 4 colors (blue, pink, black and white) and, in addition, this case is compatible with the wireless charging. So you can have a base on your bedside table or in your workplace and leave them charging there without using any cables.
As for the headphones themselves, they are of the type cotton swab but in an intermediate version neither too short nor too long. Personally I really appreciate this because if it were too short I would find them uncomfortable to take them out of the box and fit them in the ear.
And, like most hearing aids of this type that are hitting the market lately, they have a silicone pad that some will like it and others not so much. But, yes, we cannot complain that they do not adapt correctly to the ear if we take into account that Anker adds a total of 9 pairs of different sizes.
In addition, this model includes a touch pad on the swab itself in which we can perform different actions through touches. A little further ahead I will tell you how we can configure it to our liking.
After having tried them for a while, I can tell you that this is a model that they like the view, they are comfortable and very light, something that I had not told you yet. Although I am not a lover of headphones that include the silicone mushroom to adapt to the ear, I cannot complain in the physical section of these Liberty Air 2 Pro. Of course, spend the necessary time to find the model of ear cushion that fits your ears better, you will appreciate it.
But of course, there is no use having a coating that is pleasing to the eye if later this is not accompanied by good sound quality and functionalities.
The sound that these Liberty Air 2 Pro reproduce is more than correct. We found some powerful bass, the sound is surround, of course and I have not detected any strident frequencies in this regard. They are not by far a flat response headphones for audiophiles, because from the first moment we will be able to notice that they boost the bass for a bigger punch, something Anker has dubbed PureNote diaphragm.
Another aspect that I have loved about these headphones is their active noise cancellation. With silicone pads, a notable improvement is usually achieved but, thanks to the 6 microphones that they have on their body, we will get quite impressive noise cancellation. And this aspect comes in handy to tell you about another plus of the Liberty Air 2 Pro: its smartphone app.
From this app, compatible with Android and iOS, we can handle different parameters such as:
- Noise cancellation level: as I mentioned, here we can regulate the noise cancellation to our needs or tastes. There are 3 different modes ranging from normal (without noise cancellation), transparent mode (which can let the voices through or, if we need it, temporarily deactivate the cancellation) and the noise cancellation mode (with different cancellation modes.
- Equalization: as in other headphone models, these have an equalization system in which we can vary between different default modes, or, adjust the frequencies to our liking manually. In addition, these hearing aids have the technology HearID, which will analyze our sensitivity to customize the equalization as precisely as possible.
- Gestures: as we mentioned earlier, in this app we can also set up the tapping system to our liking. This is not too wide either because we can only adjust a double tap on each earphone or a long pressure, which leaves us 4 different settings. I think it would have been nice for Anker to add a triple tap at least for more customization.
A very important detail that True Wireless hearing aids should watch out for is the autonomy. On this occasion, the manufacturer promises 7 hours of use on a single charge and, using its case, a total of up to 26 hours of use. Are they compliant or is it just marketing? Well, the truth is that, in my case, I have to say a resounding yes.
Using these headphones while walking or working has never triggered the low battery alert. Also, thanks to USB-C, with some 10 -15 minutes charging I have for almost 3 more hours of use. But, without a doubt, in this regard for me the key is wireless charging. While I work, I put the case back on the charging base and when I’m done, I put it there. Therefore, we could say that I have “infinite battery”.
At this point, and as you may have already imagined with the nod to the triple “B”, it’s time to talk about price. You can buy True Wireless from Anker for 129.99 euros at Amazon right now.
Are they cheap headphones? Yes and no. Considering your design, sound quality and performance which has among which the adaptive equalization and noise cancellationThey are well worth the cost. I understand that not everyone can spend more than 100 euros on a device like this but, if you want a model that meets the typical “good, nice and cheap” this is one of the options that you should consider.
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