Anker Soundcore Liberty Air:Review
- 1 Anker Soundcore Liberty Air Specs
- 1.1 PROS
- 1.2 CONS
- 1.3 Classic design with a twist
- 1.4 Costs and what’s available
- 1.5 Features and connections that are smart
- 1.6 Sound Quality
- 2 Conclusion
- 3 FAQs
True wireless earbuds from Anker Soundcore Liberty Air are made to be affordable. These earbuds are capable for many people, but they cost half as much as the identically styled Apple AirPods, which is crucial to note. They also offer an excellent fit, good sound, and amazing battery life. I tried a pair in New York for a few days and ended up here.
Anker Soundcore Liberty Air Specs
|5 Hours (BT)
|17.8 x 12.7 x 5 mm
- Priced well.
- Great sound with a lot of bass.
- Design that doesn’t get wet.
- Battery life isn’t great.
Classic design with a twist
True wireless earbuds can be small and only have a bud, or they can have a straight stem like AirPods. The Liberty Air earphones have a stem that looks like an Apple logo. But they come in black and white, which gives them more use. Instead of a simple speaker grille that goes into your ear, Liberty earphones have a silicone tip that goes into your ear like a normal pair of earbuds. The stem looks different than a straight-up circular stem because it is flattened along its length on the outside edge. The white design, on the other hand, will look more like a copy. Anker covered the earphones in shiny plastic, which may be fine for some people, but I prefer a matte case. Even though it’s bigger than I thought it would be, the case is not the biggest one I’ve seen that looks like dental floss. The style works as a whole.
Costs and what’s available
Anker Soundcore Liberty Air truly wireless earbuds are available now and cost £99.99 or $79.99 (AU$140). That’s a good price for real wireless buds, and we’ve already seen a fifth takeoff, making them a great pair to keep an eye out for deals on Amazon Prime Day and Black Friday. Apple AirPods, which cost $159 or AU$229, are the headphones that Liberty Air is most like. Apple’s buds are smarter because they work well with the iPhone, but people who don’t have an iPhone miss out. We keep coming back to Amazon to buy the great Funcl AI, which costs $79, AU$110, or £60. The RHA TrueConnect are our favorite truly wireless earphones, but they cost twice as much. If you can afford it, you should definitely think about them.
Features and connections that are smart
The way to pair the Anker Soundcore Liberty Air earbuds is easy. Press and hold the touch-sensitive button on one bud for your music player to find it. When you take them out of the box, they’ll automatically connect to each other and your device. They often do this faster than you can put them in your ears, which is quick. Depending on how often you tap each bud, you may be able to answer calls or skip songs. Compared to other truly wireless earphones, the settings on these were quick and stable. The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air earbuds were more reliable and useful than other buds at this price point when it came to turning on a phone’s smart helper, like Google helper or Alexa. The built-in mics are loud and clear enough for calls and voice helpers that are hard to please.
The Liberty Air buds naturally block out noise, and they are loud enough that active noise control isn’t needed. The deep sub-bass on Childish Gambino’s ‘Awaken, My Love!’ record impressed us, even though it sounded sloppy. Even though they won’t impress audiophiles, they’re great for everyday use. The Liberty Airs had trouble keeping their output under control, which led to pops and crackles. There is a lot of distortion in records that are softer.
At $80, the Soundcore Liberty Air from Anker is one of the best-sounding true wireless headphones that cost less than $100. We like the EOZ Audio Air and Samsung Galaxy Buds, both of which cost less than $150. There are a lot of great options that cost more than $150, like the JBL UA True Wireless Flash, which is made for the gym. Anker keeps things easy and right, and they don’t add extra features that make the price go up. So, the Soundcore Liberty Air is our pick for real wireless headphones that cost less than $100.
How long does Soundcore Liberty Air charge?
Two hours, earbuds. Wireless charging takes 4 hours, USB-C cable 3 hours. Contact Soundcore customer service at [email protected] with any questions.
Does Soundcore Liberty Air charge wirelessly?
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The USB-C container charges buds wirelessly and quickly.
Soundcore allows how many devices?
Multipoint connection on Soundcore Motion Boom Plus Speaker. It can connect to two devices simultaneously.