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Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro True Wireless Earbuds TWS Bluetooth Earbuds - £89.99 - Sold by Anker / FBA @ Amazon
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Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro True Wireless Earbuds TWS Bluetooth Earbuds - £89.99 - Sold by Anker / FBA @ Amazon

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Posted 30th Jan

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Top of the line high tier bluetooth earbuds from Anker. I own pair purchased for 149 in December and I've been using them quite often since then.
They provide an exceptional wide stage with incredible details.
Easily can compete with biggest dogs on the market which I also tested
Jabra 75T, Airpods Pro, Sony XM3 and Anker Air 2.
and for current Amazon price Anker's offering is an absolute no brainer.
If you have any particular question regarding this product, feel free.
P.S (The background hiss that amazon reviews mentioned on numerous occasions was partially eliminated by latest firmware updated)
These are not sports oriented earbuds! If you do sports, running, jumping jacks, sprints etc. avoid them as much as XM3, from sony.

Product Specification.
Astria Coaxial Acoustic Architecture: A state-of-the-art design which integrates a customized Knowles balanced armature and an 11mm dynamic driver into a single body. Aligned direct-to-ear, Astria completely eliminates interference while producing harmonised treble and bass for jaw-dropping sound.
In-Ear Studio Performance: Liberty 2 Pro is recommended by 10 Grammy Award winning producers. Sound is delivered at stadium-scale with impeccable depth and nuance. Every instrument presented perfectly across an expansive soundstage for a stunning representation of what the sound engineer and artist hoped you would hear.
HearID Custom Sound: To ensure everyone gets a perfect listening experience, HearID intelligently analyses your unique hearing profile and creates a tailor-made sound setup just for your ears. Or take complete control of the sound with an adjustable EQ or 22 preset sound profiles.
32-Hour Playtime: Get 8 hours from a single charge and then another 4 full recharges from the charging case. The charging case recharges via fast-charge USB-C or wireless charging, and provides the earbuds with 2 hours of listening from a 10-minute charge.
Quad-Microphone Calls: With 4 microphones and cVc 8.0 noise reduction, your voice is isolated and transmitted in high-clarity for a seamless hands-free experience.
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How are they with calls outside?
rapid11111130/01/2020 19:53

How are they with calls outside?



Much improved with latest firmware update, was ok but now it's significantly better.
They do isolate your voice from background noise.
Are these the top of the range ones? If so tempted at this price
Edited by: "tdk2bu" 30th Jan
The background hiss is only partially eliminated?
dlo24730/01/2020 20:20

The background hiss is only partially eliminated?


yes, you can hear now about ~20% of the hiss that was present before. There is a significant upgrade in that matter alone.
Tired.Ben.Affleck30/01/2020 20:23

yes, you can hear now about ~20% of the hiss that was present before. …yes, you can hear now about ~20% of the hiss that was present before. There is a significant upgrade in that matter alone.


Kinda worries me there's hiss present but of course I'm realistic
Tired.Ben.Affleck30/01/2020 20:15

Watch any review online. Like this one for example.[Video]


Sorry I meant in terms of the anker soundcore versions of these
tdk2bu30/01/2020 20:27

Sorry I meant in terms of the anker soundcore versions of these


Actually it's cool. Sorted
Tired.Ben.Affleck30/01/2020 20:23

yes, you can hear now about ~20% of the hiss that was present before. …yes, you can hear now about ~20% of the hiss that was present before. There is a significant upgrade in that matter alone.


Did it alter the dynamic range / freq response of the sound? I’ve ordered a pair regardless, quite intrigued by the 11mm driver and the ba driver. Best iem’s I’ve owned to date we’re the ie8’s so will be interesting to see how these compare.
For an extra £10 I'd be tempted to get the Cambridge Audio Melomania 1.
skidu30/01/2020 21:18

Did it alter the dynamic range / freq response of the sound? I’ve ordered a …Did it alter the dynamic range / freq response of the sound? I’ve ordered a pair regardless, quite intrigued by the 11mm driver and the ba driver. Best iem’s I’ve owned to date we’re the ie8’s so will be interesting to see how these compare.



Once you get them to see first what Iteration you have, on the back of the box it states clearly what Iteration it is.
If it's first. Don't install the firmware update, give it a couple of hours of playtime to warm them up and then examine the sound.
If you like it just keep it the way it is, firmware update limited slightly the max volume of the earbuds that's why they were hissing previously. These are loud still but not as it was before the update. Keep that in mind.
I can't really say much of how I perceive the sound from them because it's a subjective matter. You will for sure be able to scrutinize them and give them a rating. It's amazon so still, if you don't like them you can always return them.
I personally don't like that much Sennheiser sound signature where you can hear all the high notes, they sound phenomenal and I couldn't replicate this on any of the other high-end earbuds but it's slightly too much to my ears, I like the mid and low tones bit more emphasized. But not a single one from competitors was able to match the Ankers sound signature when playing Hans Zimmer OST in FLAC.

Just remember to give them a run for couple of hours, they will slightly change the sound signature once warmed up.
I got these for £79.99 on the Lightning deal in mid December.

Sound is fantastic but they aren't loud enough - just returned them.
Tired.Ben.Affleck30/01/2020 21:37

Once you get them to see first what Iteration you have, on the back of the …Once you get them to see first what Iteration you have, on the back of the box it states clearly what Iteration it is.If it's first. Don't install the firmware update, give it a couple of hours of playtime to warm them up and then examine the sound.If you like it just keep it the way it is, firmware update limited slightly the max volume of the earbuds that's why they were hissing previously. These are loud still but not as it was before the update. Keep that in mind.I can't really say much of how I perceive the sound from them because it's a subjective matter. You will for sure be able to scrutinize them and give them a rating. It's amazon so still, if you don't like them you can always return them.I personally don't like that much Sennheiser sound signature where you can hear all the high notes, they sound phenomenal and I couldn't replicate this on any of the other high-end earbuds but it's slightly too much to my ears, I like the mid and low tones bit more emphasized. But not a single one from competitors was able to match the Ankers sound signature when playing Hans Zimmer OST in FLAC.Just remember to give them a run for couple of hours, they will slightly change the sound signature once warmed up.


Thanks for the heads up, i’m hoping they’re the first gen. Least then you have a choice if you want to upgrade the fw. Also Sennheiser is renowned for its rolled off treble and dark sound with rich mids - it’s anything but bright sounding.

Will post an update when they arrive tomorrow.
Got these when they were on special offer for £79.99 sent them back weren't anything special sound wise for the money.
Edited by: "jedisteel" 31st Jan
This item does not ship to Northern Ireland
Mine seemed to hiss around the mids at first however it seems to have settled down. I have also owned the Tevi and sent them back, I prefer the sound on these. I find that the sound is richer around the bass
Edited by: "Daniboy" 30th Jan
These are great ear buds...at £90 this is a top deal..
Tired.Ben.Affleck30/01/2020 21:37

Once you get them to see first what Iteration you have, on the back of the …Once you get them to see first what Iteration you have, on the back of the box it states clearly what Iteration it is.If it's first. Don't install the firmware update, give it a couple of hours of playtime to warm them up and then examine the sound.If you like it just keep it the way it is, firmware update limited slightly the max volume of the earbuds that's why they were hissing previously. These are loud still but not as it was before the update. Keep that in mind.I can't really say much of how I perceive the sound from them because it's a subjective matter. You will for sure be able to scrutinize them and give them a rating. It's amazon so still, if you don't like them you can always return them.I personally don't like that much Sennheiser sound signature where you can hear all the high notes, they sound phenomenal and I couldn't replicate this on any of the other high-end earbuds but it's slightly too much to my ears, I like the mid and low tones bit more emphasized. But not a single one from competitors was able to match the Ankers sound signature when playing Hans Zimmer OST in FLAC.Just remember to give them a run for couple of hours, they will slightly change the sound signature once warmed up.


Sounds a little worrying that you have to use them for a couple of hours to "warm them up" sounds more like a 1996 Ford Fiesta lol.

I do like Anker stuff though. Got quite a few bits from portable charges to wall plugs to smart wireless chargers but that sounds a little iffy to me and then also only hearing about 20% of the hissing if you're lucky. If they're top end you shouldn't really have to deal with any hissing it all or warming up
tyddynroger30/01/2020 21:35

For an extra £10 I'd be tempted to get the Cambridge Audio Melomania 1.


The Melomania’s are fantastic, the sound quality is almost comparable to my Bose QC 35s and the noise isolation works really nicely, even on the tube, would recommend.
O2man31/01/2020 08:27

Sounds a little worrying that you have to use them for a couple of hours …Sounds a little worrying that you have to use them for a couple of hours to "warm them up" sounds more like a 1996 Ford Fiesta lol.I do like Anker stuff though. Got quite a few bits from portable charges to wall plugs to smart wireless chargers but that sounds a little iffy to me and then also only hearing about 20% of the hissing if you're lucky. If they're top end you shouldn't really have to deal with any hissing it all or warming up


it's nothing worrying.
we are using technology that is century old. with all the fantastic additional features but still basics of how the sound is generated are the same.

all headphones no matter of the size and type needs initial "burnout" period to be done. It's like stretching your spandex before foreplay.
These pro versions produce really good quality sound and, at the loudest setting, are too loud to comfortably listen to for long periods for me and i love listening to music loud. i have been using them with a samsung galaxy note 9, ipad and samsung tv and cant really fault the sound quality or connection. I was considering going for a budget version of these type of buds (qcr or similar from amazon or ali express) but very glad i went for these. just my two pence worth if your considering these.
I would suggest these to anyone who wants a decent pair of buds. They do sound really good and have replaced my cans in most occasions.
Edited by: "bigN13" 31st Jan
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