SoundCore Liberty Air 2 Pro True Wireless Noise Cancelling Earbuds REVIEW | MacSources

MacSources
6 min readMar 1, 2021

Nice earbuds with high-tech features.

I don’t remember my first set of headphones, but they were probably the ones that had horrible foam earpads that ended up crumbling after only using them for a short period of time. I’ve always preferred on-ear or over-ear headphones as opposed to sport-style earbuds. I’ve just never liked having the bud of the earphone shoved into my ear canal. They’ve never been comfortable until recently. When Apple started designing earbuds that rested inside the ear canal instead of being jammed into them, I started becoming a believer. I remember slowly noticing different brands of earbuds of a similar style being released to the market and finally, I got used to the earbuds that have ear gels. I’m glad that different styles of in-ear headphones have come out. The SoundCore Liberty Air 2 Pro are new true wireless earbuds that fit into that earbud/soft ear gel category for me. It’s been a pleasure to test them out and my thoughts on them are outlined in the review below. If you are looking for a quick summary — they are worth the investment and are a good substitute for higher-priced earbuds.

DETAILS

First of all the earbuds are available in four different colors — onyx black, titanium white, sapphire blue, and crystal pink. I had to go with the blue version because, well, it’s my favorite color. Next, the earbuds feature some pretty unique technology including:

  • Pure Sound via Targeted Active Noise Cancelling: Choose your scenario via the Soundcore app and listen as ambient sounds disappear to leave you with nothing but pure sound.
  • PureNote™ Driver Technology: Get a 45% boost to your bass, and a 30% wider frequency bandwidth than ordinary drivers. Drivers coated with 10 hardened nano-layers offer incredible stiffness to generate stunning accuracy and clarity.
  • HearID Personalized EQ: To ensure a perfect listening experience, HearID intelligently analyses your unique hearing profile and creates a tailor-made sound set up just for your…

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