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ANKER SOUNDCORE LIBERTY 2 PRO TRULY WIRELESS REVIEW

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The Bottom Line

Anker's true wireless Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro Upgraded Version earphones are capable of delivering impressive audio, but they require some EQ adjustments on your end in order to sound their best.

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Pros

Dual drivers deliver deep bass response with clear highsApp has user-adjustable EQ and customizable controls

Cons

Sculpted default sound signature is seriously lacking midrangeRelatively low water-resistance rating

Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro Upgraded Version Specs

TypeIn-Canal
WirelessYes
True WirelessYes
Connection TypeBluetooth
Water/Sweat-ResistantYes
Active Noise CancellationNo

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The $129.99 Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro Upgraded Version—not to be confused with the standard Liberty 2 Pro or the Liberty Air 2 Pro—are somewhat perplexing true wireless earphones, and not just when it comes to their name. Unlike many of Anker"s similarly priced models, they don"t offer active noise cancellation, and while they"re capable of driving excellent audio, their default sound signature scoops out the mids to a significant degree. You can make adjustments via the companion app’s EQ to dial in commendable sound quality, but that shouldn’t be a requirement. For that reason we recommend the $150 JBL Live 300TWS or OnePlus Buds Pro instead, despite their slightly higher price.

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Bulky Design, Wirelessly Charging Case

The Liberty 2 Pro Upgraded earpieces are chunky, but that"s because each one houses dual drivers—a Knowles balanced armature for highs and an 11mm dynamic driver for lows, which is an impressive setup for this price range. We also like the array of eartip and earfin options you get, including seven pairs of tips and three pairs of earfin sleeves all in different sizes. The earfins and the oblong shape of the earpieces help ensure one of the more secure fits we’ve felt in a while.


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Given how securely the earpieces fit, their IPX4 water-resistance rating is disappointing. It means that the earbuds can withstand light splashes from any direction, so neither sweat nor light rain should pose a problem. However, you can"t dunk or submerge the earpieces or rinse them off under a faucet. And the charging case isn"t water resistant, so you need to fully dry the earpieces before docking them.

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