Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 review

7.4/10 AVG.
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  • Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2
  • Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2
  • Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2
  • Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2
  • Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Warranty (Months) 18 months
Release date September 4, 2019
Size
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Headphonecheck.com

Slightly bass accentuated True Wireless in-ears with touch control

from Headphonecheck.com

The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 offers a modern, powerful tuning with a convincing sound quality and score points as cable-free everyday headphones thanks to the ability to personalise them via the app. The battery life of the light, handy overall package is also respectable, especially as the...More

The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 offers a modern, powerful tuning with a convincing sound quality and score points as cable-free everyday headphones thanks to the ability to personalise them via the app. The battery life of the light, handy overall package is also respectable, especially as the transport case can be supplied with power either via USB-C connection or wirelessly. These are comfortable and stable-fitting in-ears but on extended journeys, the longish charging time could be seen as a limitation.

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Macworld

Packed with gimmicks

from Macworld

The Soundcore Liberty Air 2 true wireless earbuds pack a lot of mediocre features into a small, gorgeous carrying case.

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The Soundcore Liberty Air 2 true wireless earbuds pack a lot of mediocre features into a small, gorgeous carrying case.

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G Style Magazine

Decent wireless earbuds with nice battery life and a sweet price point

from G Style Magazine

Anker managed to tweak their Liberty Air line of earbuds adding features such as HearID and wireless charging without having to uptick the price from $99.99. You get a good value on the dollar with the Liberty Air 2 especially with them still being in the Under $100 Club of headphones. I called t...More

Anker managed to tweak their Liberty Air line of earbuds adding features such as HearID and wireless charging without having to uptick the price from $99.99. You get a good value on the dollar with the Liberty Air 2 especially with them still being in the Under $100 Club of headphones. I called the Liberty Air the Apple AirPods Alternative and the Air 2 seem to continue the trend.

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RTINGS

Great price-to-performance ratio

from RTINGS

The Anker SoundCore Liberty Air 2 are decent truly wireless in-ears for mixed usage. They're decently comfortable for in-ears and have a good stable fit that makes them good for sports. They block a fair amount of background chatter and have a long battery life, making them good for office use as...More

The Anker SoundCore Liberty Air 2 are decent truly wireless in-ears for mixed usage. They're decently comfortable for in-ears and have a good stable fit that makes them good for sports. They block a fair amount of background chatter and have a long battery life, making them good for office use as well. Their sound profile is versatile enough for most music genres, and they have a dedicated companion app with 20 EQ presets to match your personal preference.

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MobileTechTalk

An almost unnecessary upgrade

from MobileTechTalk

Do I like these? Hell yeah. Will I recommend them? HELL YEAH!, but if you’ve already got the Liberty Airs from last year, I cannot in good conscience tell you to upgrade to these, as there just isn’t enough of a change to warrant the money. The Liberty Airs still sound great, still have a gre...More

Do I like these? Hell yeah. Will I recommend them? HELL YEAH!, but if you’ve already got the Liberty Airs from last year, I cannot in good conscience tell you to upgrade to these, as there just isn’t enough of a change to warrant the money. The Liberty Airs still sound great, still have a great case and great battery, you lose out on the app, HearID, Wireless charging and USB-C, if any of those are really important to you then use your money and put it where your mouth is, but honestly, I’d be perfectly happy sticking with my gen 1 Liberty Airs if Anker wanted these back.

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Cnet

The best AirPods Pro alternative for less than $100

from Cnet

Featuring top-notch call quality and loaded with features, the Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 is an excellent value alternative to the AirPods Pro.

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Featuring top-notch call quality and loaded with features, the Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 is an excellent value alternative to the AirPods Pro.

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Android Police

Very realistic and competitive price given all the features

from Android Police

If you're on a tight budget, the $100 Air 2 bring a smaller form factor and case, and have an additional sensor to automatically pause music when removed from your ear. Their touch controls aren't my favorite, but they do the job. I can say the same thing about their sound: It's serviceable for t...More

If you're on a tight budget, the $100 Air 2 bring a smaller form factor and case, and have an additional sensor to automatically pause music when removed from your ear. Their touch controls aren't my favorite, but they do the job. I can say the same thing about their sound: It's serviceable for the price. The only real competition you should consider are the Galaxy Buds, which offer less battery life, but a more stable fit and smarter sensors.

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Nerd Techy

A top-tier set of earbuds

This is a high-quality pair of earbuds that come at a reasonable price. Provided you adjust the settings properly, you’ll get exactly the sound you want. More than that, you’ll also get a good sense of space and plenty of separation between instruments. If you want to jam out on the same type...More

This is a high-quality pair of earbuds that come at a reasonable price. Provided you adjust the settings properly, you’ll get exactly the sound you want. More than that, you’ll also get a good sense of space and plenty of separation between instruments. If you want to jam out on the same type of earbuds the pros use, the Liberty Air 2 is a solid choice.

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MajorHifi

Anker’s shot at Apple

from MajorHifi

Will the Liberty Air 2 oust your high-end IEMs? No. But that’s not why you’d get them. You’d get these to oust your Airpods, or at least your Airpod copies. And the Liberty Air 2’s certainly put in a strong bid for doing just that. They’re comfortable, convenient, and they sound pretty good. What more do you need, huh? Sheesh.

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Will the Liberty Air 2 oust your high-end IEMs? No. But that’s not why you’d get them. You’d get these to oust your Airpods, or at least your Airpod copies. And the Liberty Air 2’s certainly put in a strong bid for doing just that. They’re comfortable, convenient, and they sound pretty good. What more do you need, huh? Sheesh.

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