I am always looking for high quality sound ear buds and to date I may have found them. The Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro ear buds are the world’s first earphones to utilize the Astria Coaxial Acoustic Architecture. Endorsed by 10 Grammy-Award winning audio producers according to Soundcore. What does Astria Coaxial Acoustic Architecture mean?
Let’s start with the basics, most earphones are designed with one of two types of drivers. The first is a dynamic driver. The dynamic driver has the tendency to handle the low frequency or all that bass in your face. Many earphones that may not have great highs use this to compensate for great all around sound. Then there is the balanced armature which provides the great mid and high range sound giving you a complete overall rich sound.
The Liberty 2 Pro has incorporated both of these drivers, a custom 11mm round dynamic driver and the other a compact Knowles balanced armature that really take the sound quality of these headphones to the next level. The deep bass, accurate mid-range and accurate but fairly sibilance-free highs are why it is recommended by 10 Grammy Award winning producers. Sound is delivered with impeccable depth and nuance; every instrument presented perfectly across an expansive soundstage.
For that added personal touch, the app provides HearID Custom Sound in order to ensure everyone gets a perfect listening experience in their Liberty 2 Pro true wireless earphones. HearID intelligent analysis provides you your own unique hearing profile and creates a tailor-made sound setup just for your ears.
- Sound Quality – This is by far the best quality sound I have heard in earphones within the same price range and some which are priced reasonably higher.
- Wireless charging.
- Fast USB-C charging and has the longest listen time I have seen (8 hours with an additional 32 hours from the case, according to Anker). I have noticed these numbers are a little less but still close enough that it is well above the competition, something you would expect from Anker.
- Slightly larger case than I would have preferred.
- In loud situations people may have a hard time hearing you during a phone call.
- For me, and I stress this because I have heard others who disagree, I felt that they are not as comfortable as some others and in heavy walking or bouncing, the earphones have come out of my ear from time to time. I am still trying other tips and wings that are provided which should fix this problem.
Despite my issue with having to adjust the earphones every so often (mind you not everyone has this problem and I haven’t given enough time to test out the different size tips and wings that come with the headphones,) these are by far the best earphones I have ever tried soundwise. I have let other people who normally use other earphones listen to the sound quality of the Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro and they were usually blown away.
The Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro headphones have a MSRP of $149.99.
Disclosure: I received the Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro in exchange for my honest review. The opinions expressed in my review are my own. No other compensation was given.