Anker’s premium audio brand, Soundcore, is the brand you want to take note if you are looking for good sound without ruining your financial life. The audio equipment maker’s latest addition is the Liberty 2 Pro, a pair of true wireless earbuds that promised a lot of things.

Among them, is the first-of-its-kind coaxial driver that marries custom tuned, balanced armature driver from Knowles with Soundcore dynamic driver. The results? A pair of true wireless earbuds that offers an accurate sound stage and alignment of all frequencies.

Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro True Wireless Earbuds

Here’s the deal with coaxial driver:

“Unique to the Liberty 2 Pro is the Astria Coaxial Acoustic Architecture (ACAA). While many headphones and earbuds have used multiple drivers for generations, the engineers behind the Liberty 2 Pro wanted to ensure listeners would experience the most accurate sound profile, without any delay in either the high or low frequencies. Therefore during the design process, looked into aligning each of the two drivers in a coaxial architecture, a concept which has been around for decades in car audio and home audio products but has never been done in a pair of wireless earbuds.”

Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro True Wireless Earbuds has an 8-hour battery life and like any true wireless earbuds out there, it comes with a charging case (a very sleek one, if I may add) that offers a total of 32 hours of on-the-go music enjoyment.

It is worthy to note that a 15-minute charge will get you 2 hours of use. The case can be recharged via USB-C or wirelessly with any Qi wireless charging pad.

Other notables include personalized sound using HearID feature in the Soundcore mobile app, Qualcomm aptX audio codec, and a button on top each earbud that offers control of music, volume, taking calls and activating voice assistant.

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Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro is slated to hit the shelves on October 8, 2019, and it will retail for $149.99. BUT you may want to go ahead and pre-order it today because, Soundcore is having an early bird pre-order on its website where, from September 26-28, you can secure a unit for just $99 or, from September 28-October 8, at $119.

All images courtesy of Anker/Soundcore.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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