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ANKER Soundcore Upgraded Liberty NEO Wireless earbuds - £34.99 using voucher / Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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ANKER Soundcore Upgraded Liberty NEO Wireless earbuds - £34.99 using voucher / Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 9th Jun

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  • Expertly Tuned Graphene Drivers: As graphene’s earliest pioneers, we have used our experience to create a new driver for Liberty Neo wireless headphones that takes full advantage of the material’s remarkable properties. 100 times harder than steel and 35% lighter than traditional driver diaphragms, it oscillates with extreme precision to give your music a wider soundstage with exceptional accuracy and crystal-clear clarity across the entire frequency range.
  • Bass You Can Feel: Our exclusive BassUp technology analyzes your audio’s low frequencies in real-time and instantly increases the bass by up to 43%. Stop simply listening to your music, and start really feeling it.
  • Rock-Solid Fit: Soundcore’s proprietary GripFit technology enables wireless Headphones to sit securely and comfortably in your ears—simply slide in and twist to lock. Take on an intense workout or navigate city streets knowing your earbuds will stay firmly in place.
  • Unbreakable Connectivity: A customized antenna combines with Bluetooth 5.0 to create an almost unbreakable link between your wireless headphones and your device—even in busy places. The earbuds also automatically turn on when removed from the charging case and connect to the last paired device.
  • Power a Week of Listening: Using our Anker heritage and high-efficiency power cells, Liberty Neo delivers over 5 hours of wireless playtime from a single charge and an extra 15 hours from the compact charging case.
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Bought these from Ali Express. Excellent battery life, quality of sound is also excellent. Wide selection of sizes of ear buds so you can get a good fit. My only complaint is you have to press quite hard on the buttons when they're in your ears.
Real_mac09/06/2020 14:41

These are so uncomfortable


Horses for courses I suppose. I run with them in & find them very comfortable. Good sound quality too.
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Anybody know if these have volume control and a dedicated app?
Disco.Dave09/06/2020 11:41

Anybody know if these have volume control and a dedicated app?


They don't have independent volume control on the buds themselves, the Anker app also doesn't support this specific product either I'm afraid
These were less than £30 not so long ago on Ali express. Will deffo get them faster on Amazon mind.
Disco.Dave09/06/2020 11:41

Anybody know if these have volume control and a dedicated app?


If they are anything like the Life P2s, they don#t have a dedicated app, and the volume is controlled via the device (phone or pc) they are connected to...
Bought these from Ali Express. Excellent battery life, quality of sound is also excellent. Wide selection of sizes of ear buds so you can get a good fit. My only complaint is you have to press quite hard on the buttons when they're in your ears.
Are these the same as Zolo Liberties?
Got these when they were on a deal on Ali Express sound wise nothing special I've heard better sound from some of the cheaper brands like Tronsmart and QCY!!!
Edited by: "jedisteel" 9th Jun
Got these for 25 ish via Ali express, they were a good buy.

No volume control, you can activate the assistant and ask it to turn down the volume if you really want. Or just use your device buttons.

Easy to connect and get going, and battery is decent enough. I found the ear 'wing' tips very uncomfortable, so I just use the standard no wing option. They stay in my ear good enough.

Sound quality is brill, I've had some expensive headphones and I'm big on music. These ear buds actually do justice, better than some wired earbuds I've owned of similar price.

No terrible latency when watching videos either, if that's a worry.
These are so uncomfortable
No app, controls are fiddly and on the earphone itself.

Sound quality isn't amazing but it's good for the money. I've owned Sony WH-XB900 and Sennheiser HD25's, which I would hold up as the gold standard, and these would rank around a 6/10 (respectable for the money)

Bluetooth is solid on iPhone but glitchy on headphones mode on Windows 10 (I suspect more to do with my pc build or Windows 10 than the cans)

Unlike other contributors I like the wing tips and find them useful, and the comfort and durability is excellent.

The charge case is small and convenient but the fast charge figures are inaccurate and the battery has degenerated massively in the 6 months I've owned them.

Overall - pretty good, but not spectacular.
Got these for about £26 from AliExpress. They arrived yesterday so look forward to trying them out. I already have the Life P2 and they are brilliant so I have high hopes
Edited by: "BargainHunta96" 9th Jun
Is anyone able to tell me how these compare to the Anker Soundcore Life P2 model? Thank you
Better than iPhone.
Real_mac09/06/2020 14:41

These are so uncomfortable


Horses for courses I suppose. I run with them in & find them very comfortable. Good sound quality too.
Disco.Dave09/06/2020 11:41

Anybody know if these have volume control and a dedicated app?


All these budget earphones are basically the same. I recently bought a pair of MPOW??? They are £28 on amazon right now. They have one touch controls on the earphones. Hold the left ear for volume up, right ear for volume down, touch once to pause. You feel like an international secret agent or look like a fool. Can be used in mono too. They're good enough.
Edited by: "Stephen123456" 9th Jun
dlok09/06/2020 11:46

These were less than £30 not so long ago on Ali express. Will deffo get …These were less than £30 not so long ago on Ali express. Will deffo get them faster on Amazon mind.


The Ali Express actually had a European shipping hub, I bought a set and they ended up coming through from Amazon France. So were here in 3 days.
drnkbeer09/06/2020 19:43

The Ali Express actually had a European shipping hub, I bought a set and …The Ali Express actually had a European shipping hub, I bought a set and they ended up coming through from Amazon France. So were here in 3 days.


Yeah wasn't bad for me either came from spain
Got this a couple of weeks ago, sound is fair. But, truth be told, the QCY I bought almost a year ago for less sounds way better than this
Is this work with ps4?
iammatthewbirch09/06/2020 14:00

No volume control, you can activate the assistant and ask it to turn down …No volume control, you can activate the assistant and ask it to turn down the volume


That's a big nope from me. Imagine building bluetooth earphones without such basic functionality
These or the Soundpeats truebuds?
Codify09/06/2020 20:59

That's a big nope from me. Imagine building bluetooth earphones without …That's a big nope from me. Imagine building bluetooth earphones without such basic functionality


Not much of a deal breaker to me, I usually listen to my phone which has volume buttons, and once I set the volume, I don't really change it. With the one button per ear style, I think they made the right choice to give you the assistant, pause/play and skip/previous
Bought these a few months back, brilliant sound quality and battery life of 5 hours with 15 hours extra charge through the case with light indicators that tell you how much charge is left.

Only down side to them is that you can use the right earbud independently quite easily but the left earbud can take a while to connect independently or you have to manually switch it off and back on and connect it manually through Bluetooth settings. A bit frustrating but only issue I've found
I have these and I don't find them uncomfortable, what I would say is:

pros:
- Very decent sound.
- For me at least the fit is perfect.
- This may be to do with the fit but they block outside noise out nearly completely.
- Overall quality is nice, feels like a far more expensive product.

cons:
- Weird rubber surround which seems fairly flimsy, I ripped one changing it out.
- Has fallen out of my ear before.
- If you don't like the sensation of not being able to hear the outside world like myself then may not be for you.
- The rubber flap to hide the charging connector at first wouldn't close but I trained it after a day or so.
Edited by: "safetycat" 9th Jun
I have these and I have to say sound quality is pretty good for the money. Battery life is also good however they get quite uncomfortable if you wear them for too long and the mic quality is terrible. Go for a wired Bluetooth pair with a mic that is better. I advise going with Taotronics
Any good as bluetooth headset to answer calls
Do these work with iphones?
Muhammad_Patel09/06/2020 22:42

I have these and I have to say sound quality is pretty good for the money. …I have these and I have to say sound quality is pretty good for the money. Battery life is also good however they get quite uncomfortable if you wear them for too long and the mic quality is terrible. Go for a wired Bluetooth pair with a mic that is better. I advise going with Taotronics


I have worn them my pair for hours on end and still comfortable for myself.

Chat to my son every day in lockdown with these in, whilst washing the dishes nosily etc and he's never had an issue hearing me.

These actually converted me to non wired headphones. I got mine in the Ali deal also and have been delighted with them. Never found any comfortable ones before these. Think it's all down to the individual really.
Edited by: "WeeWifie" 9th Jun
Bought from AliExpress, I’ve never got on with earbuds before, but these had a range of buds and the wing tips help keep the buds in. I run every other day and never had one drop out.
They do keep background sound out. It’s brilliant with them in I can’t hear my wife.
Some excellent detailed user reviews in this deal which is great to see. Very tempted.
I got these from Aliexpress to, find them great just as good as the huawei freebuds 2 I got. Only shame is the lack of USB c.
Higuys. Shot in tje dark here but my Samsung Galaxy buds were excellent at the start when I got them but over time the range on them connecting to my phone has got worse. So much so that I pretty much have to walk about with my phone up near the strap on my back pack. Anyone any advice? Tried a few methods online lile clearing bluetooth cache
Gareth_Jordan10/06/2020 00:12

Higuys. Shot in tje dark here but my Samsung Galaxy buds were excellent at …Higuys. Shot in tje dark here but my Samsung Galaxy buds were excellent at the start when I got them but over time the range on them connecting to my phone has got worse. So much so that I pretty much have to walk about with my phone up near the strap on my back pack. Anyone any advice? Tried a few methods online lile clearing bluetooth cache


Buy these, I have the older version which has poorer battery life, poorer water resistance etc but I can pair them to my phone and leave it in one room, then walk around the whole house upstairs and down without losing connection.
KingDreD1st09/06/2020 20:37

Got this a couple of weeks ago, sound is fair. But, truth be told, the QCY …Got this a couple of weeks ago, sound is fair. But, truth be told, the QCY I bought almost a year ago for less sounds way better than this


Exactly my thoughts got my old QCY and they sounded better when matched up IMO
Love these, the rubber strip is a tad annoying as it keeps coming off but they sound good and fit well.
I've tried a few different TWS buds now, most recently the SoundPeats TrueDots (Qualcomm), nothing holds up to the QCY T1's I originally bought over a year ago for £13.

They're without question the best £13 I've ever spent. Four of my friends now have the same buds.

Commuting wise I listen to my Sony XM3 headphones, I use Tidal HiFi and I'm a few K deep in other audio kit :-)
The_Hoff10/06/2020 09:13

I've tried a few different TWS buds now, most recently the SoundPeats …I've tried a few different TWS buds now, most recently the SoundPeats TrueDots (Qualcomm), nothing holds up to the QCY T1's I originally bought over a year ago for £13.They're without question the best £13 I've ever spent. Four of my friends now have the same buds.Commuting wise I listen to my Sony XM3 headphones, I use Tidal HiFi and I'm a few K deep in other audio kit :-)


Yeh I agree the QCY have been solid for me and I've tried plenty
Edited by: "jedisteel" 10th Jun
bought these to use at the gym but they would fall out my ears if I did, so I now use them at work (desk) and they're excellent for that, good battery life and good sound quality.
Would you take the Haylou GT2 over these and save yourself some money? Reviews seem to indicate that might be a smart move?
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