If you can’t afford AirPods Pro, Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 is a good alternative and a flagship model for making calls. Like the AirPods Pro, they do a great job of attenuating ambient noise. While they don’t have active noise cancellation, they sound almost as good, fit comfortably, and their noise-isolating design passively eliminates a lot of ambient noise.

Design

Liberty Air 2 is unusual for an Anker headset in that it is white although black can also be found. In many ways, they look a lot like Apple Airpods. The charging case is compact and has deep holes for extensions at the bottom of the earbuds.

The case lid is spring loaded and is easy to open with one hand. It still provides good resistance, so it won’t open easily by accident. Soundcore Liberty Air 2 are easy to remove with two fingers, so once again you’re looking at easy one-handed use.

The buds themselves are on the larger side, but once inserted they don’t protrude much. The earphone extensions rest easily at a downward and forward angle. This is similar to the way you would wear an Airpod, but it’s a proven design and why mess with something that works?

The controls are quite small which is disappointing. This can make them difficult to press, which is a shame, as the outer surface has plenty of room for larger buttons. Also, the operation is quite simple, so learning the control scheme will be relatively simple.

In terms of comfort, the Air 2 is among the best. In addition, Liberty Air 2 is IPX4 water resistant. This isn’t the same standard as many other truly waterproof earbuds, but it does mean that they can withstand some light rain.

Sound quality

We’ll start with the mids and highs, which should be reliable on any decent set of earbuds. Bass is more difficult to achieve, but mids and highs are essential for quality sound. The mids are less powerful than what you are probably used to. This is due to the Air 2’s V EQ. It means vocals won’t be as pronounced, but you’ll get extra punch from both the highs and lows. This really helps the treble, as it frees up a lot of room for the treble.

The bass delivers a lot of punch. It can be said that I’m elbowed, but that’s okay. Any bass boost is useful on a pair of in-ear headphones and it’s good to see a manufacturer doing their best to boost bass response. You also have a good feeling of space, which explains why there are so many Grammy Award winners. A good mix requires a lot of separation and space for all instruments, and every elite player understands that. The noise reduction is also good, although it is only a passive system, so loud noises can and do pass through.

These earbuds also use Qualcomm’s CVC 8.0 technology. This is a special voice filter, which blocks ambient noise and background conversation. In other words, the person you are talking to will hear you clearly, even if you are in a crowded environment.

Additionally, Soundcore Liberty Air 2 uses HearID technology. This is a series of options that can be chosen via their smartphone app and allows you to customize the earbuds to your specific needs, so that the balance is perfect for you.

Battery

Like most wireless earbuds, the Liberty Air 2 comes in a stylish charging case. It is designed similarly to the Airpod case, with slots that the earphone wings slide into. As already mentioned, the lid is spring loaded, which makes it safe and easy to open. On the front, you’ll find a trio of LED lights, indicating the current charge. On the back, you’ll find a USB-C charging port, so you can connect your device quickly and easily.

In addition, Liberty Air 2 can also be charged wirelessly. If you are using a Qi charging pad, simply place the charging case on top and watch the battery lights glow one by one. This is slower than wired charging, but also more convenient. As long as you are within a few meters of a power outlet, you will be able to recharge the battery.

Anker charging technology offers industry-leading 5 hours of battery life on a single charge. To extend battery life on the go, use the included charging case to add up to 15 more hours of use.

Final thoughts

The Soundcore Liberty Air 2 is a high-end earphone set. They are particularly impressive considering the average price.

 

 

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