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Posted 26th Sep

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Usual price is £119 preorder, when it's fully released it will be £149.

The stars of its 2019 lineup are the Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro (pictured above) and the Liberty Air 2. Starting with the Liberty 2 Pro, these are Anker’s first foray into premium audio, and cost $149, a premium compared to its other products. But Anker is touting that it crafted them alongside audio engineers, and that this expertise along with its new “astria coaxial acoustic architecture” helps them achieve heights that other brands have yet to reach.

Breaking that terminology down, Anker has combined a dynamic driver with a balanced armature driver to give users the best bass, mids, and highs possible in a set of truly wireless earbuds. Anker was demoing these at its event, and even with some errant noises that are inherent to these kinds of venues, the sound is impressive. They aren’t small earphones; they rock a similar build to the Bose SoundSport Free. Though, they’re pretty comfortable, and again, they’re only $149.

These have wireless charging via their included case, and the claimed battery life goes up to eight hours per charge (and up to 32 hours total with the case). This model has four microphones, which Anker says helps them achieve good sound isolation
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If anyone wants a voucher that will knock an extra £20 off making them £79 let me know, I backed their original liberty headphones years ago and they sent through a voucher today. I'm not going to use it but could be useful to someone.
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Anyone have them and can compare to Jabra Elite 65T or bose sound sport ?
What's the difference between noise cancellation and active noise cancellation?
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SudarshanaVinod26/09/2019 18:02

What's the difference between noise cancellation and active noise …What's the difference between noise cancellation and active noise cancellation?[Image] [Image]


That noise cancellation is around reducing background noise picked up when you're calling someone through the mic(s). Some companies kind of use it to mis-sell their products by counting passive noise isolation as noise cancellation too.

Active noise cancellation tech is what Sony and Bose use in their flagship headphones which pick up the surrounding sound and cancel it by using opposite waves (I believe it therefore comes out as white noise) so that you can't hear low frequency sounds like train and flight noises.
Edited by: "Ulti" 26th Sep
If anyone wants a voucher that will knock an extra £20 off making them £79 let me know, I backed their original liberty headphones years ago and they sent through a voucher today. I'm not going to use it but could be useful to someone.
Mr_CP26/09/2019 18:24

If anyone wants a voucher that will knock an extra £20 off making them £79 …If anyone wants a voucher that will knock an extra £20 off making them £79 let me know, I backed their original liberty headphones years ago and they sent through a voucher today. I'm not going to use it but could be useful to someone.


Yeah go on then mate
I’m looking forward to the release of the echo buds.
Mr_CP26/09/2019 18:24

If anyone wants a voucher that will knock an extra £20 off making them £79 …If anyone wants a voucher that will knock an extra £20 off making them £79 let me know, I backed their original liberty headphones years ago and they sent through a voucher today. I'm not going to use it but could be useful to someone.


Ta for the heads up on this. I was a Zolo backer too, just pre-ordered myself a set.
If anyone got an another pair of voucher please let me know. Thanks.
What's people's opinion on these actually staying at the so called £150 release price? Even at £99 they'll be pricey for an Anker product. Not knocking Anker but at this price it's taking on Samsung galaxy buds, bose sport etc
As anyone else got the voucher code to kindly let me have please Pm me ...
Edited by: "darrenoc25" 26th Sep
Good price, even better with the discount. Please if anyone got the voucher code to kindly share? thanks
Have been eyeing up the Sony WF-1000XM3 true wireless & Libratone TRACK Air+ for a while. Now torn between this and the Echo buds.

Doesn't have anc but the Liberty 2 Pro 11mm dynamic driver + armature sounds really promising, has potential for excellent deep base without been boomy / muddy and comes with companion app for custom tuning of EQ. The dual armature drivers in the Echo buds are more of a unknown but anc is a bonus and spec looks good on paper.

Sony is a 6mm driver + armature, anc and audio quality review well but they are bulky and at £220 the lack of aptx / ladc is disappointing. Libratone is lighter but only has a single 6mm driver (same as most sub £150 true wireless) reviews are mixed on audio / anc quality.

Question is dive in now for £99 or wait for the reviews to land and end up paying more?

PS: if anyone has a spare voucher code i'm ordering....
Edited by: "IamJon" 26th Sep
Really want to get these. Anyone got a spare voucher code?
I'm also in the same boat as some that have already commented and want to buy these if there is a spare discount code knocking about - pls PM me 😃
No ambient mode it seems
I've done some reading on these since this post went up and yeah seem impressive. If anyone has a code to spare then please can I have it?
Just looking to obtain some inear buds, so will get these. Does anyone out there have a £20 voucher please ?
Took a gamble and ordered for £99. Think the £20 voucher was some old limited loyalty deal so doubt there are many codes around.

Had good experience with Anker products in the past and they clearly think they have something special. Not expecting perfection at this price anyhow, even the top dog Sony WF-1000XM3 for £220 has reported weaknesses. Worst case can always use the "30-Day Money-Back Guarantee".
Please can anyone share the voucher code to get extra £20 off? Thanks
I don't know if it was a one time use voucher but I just tried it, and it's still working so here you all go.

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Enjoy
Mr_CP27/09/2019 23:44

I don't know if it was a one time use voucher but I just tried it, and …I don't know if it was a one time use voucher but I just tried it, and it's still working so here you all go. ext4a2dfddaEnjoy


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Looks like cannot reuse the code
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Looks like the early bird phase has ended. Sorry folks
Will the sound liberty air 2 be available for pre-order?
I ordered them at £99 and hopefully I won't regret the purchase.
Any more promo codes guys?
I'm looking for a voucher too
Woyto05/10/2019 13:22

NEW CODE: LINUSTECHL2P


Still working, just ordered.

Many thanks!!
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