Anker Soundcore Liberty Air review

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  • Anker Soundcore Liberty Air
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Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control No
Playback Control No
Specification
Warranty (Months) 18 months
Release date -
Size
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


PC Magazine

Easily among the best-sounding sub-$100 true wireless earphones

from PC Magazine

There's nothing flashy about Anker's Soundcore Liberty Air true wireless earphones, but they deliver very strong audio performance, especially for the price.

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There's nothing flashy about Anker's Soundcore Liberty Air true wireless earphones, but they deliver very strong audio performance, especially for the price.

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G Style Magazine

AirPods with value pricing

from G Style Magazine

You can’t go wrong with the Liberty Air by Anker. They are lightweight, small, and have a nice battery life giving you 20+ hours. They are also comfortable with its rubber tips.  Touch controls are a bit finicky and I rather rely on my smartphone. Sound is decent, but it isn’t mind blowing....More

You can’t go wrong with the Liberty Air by Anker. They are lightweight, small, and have a nice battery life giving you 20+ hours. They are also comfortable with its rubber tips.  Touch controls are a bit finicky and I rather rely on my smartphone. Sound is decent, but it isn’t mind blowing. But the major thing with these is their price point.

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AndroidPIT

Remarkable sound quality

from AndroidPIT

The Liberty Air are a good option. They have good battery life, are comfortable to wear and the sound quality is more than acceptable. In addition, the price is still competitive today, since most true-wireless headsets exceed $100 or more.

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The Liberty Air are a good option. They have good battery life, are comfortable to wear and the sound quality is more than acceptable. In addition, the price is still competitive today, since most true-wireless headsets exceed $100 or more.

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Headphonecheck.com

Quality sounding true wireless in-ears with touch control

from Headphonecheck.com

Soundcore Libery Air by Anker is a product aimed at the type of listener who is looking for wireless headphones for use with their mobile devices, be it smartphone or tablet. They offer the Bluetooth connectivity you’re after, with convenient compatibility with Android and iOS making life easy....More

Soundcore Libery Air by Anker is a product aimed at the type of listener who is looking for wireless headphones for use with their mobile devices, be it smartphone or tablet. They offer the Bluetooth connectivity you’re after, with convenient compatibility with Android and iOS making life easy. A handy transportation case is a welcome plus, while a healthy battery life, low weight and user-friendly controls round things off nicely. Sound quality is also very respectable, with a wide section of the musical spectrum accounted for, with the notable exception of those dependent on very low frequencies and bass-heavy foundations.

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Tom's Guide

Better sound than AirPods for half the cost

from Tom's Guide

The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air offers good comfort and sound at a budget price, but the connectivity and controls could be better.

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The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air offers good comfort and sound at a budget price, but the connectivity and controls could be better.

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Android Guys

Another solid AirPod competitor

from Android Guys

I’ve become a real fan of Anker products over the years and the new Soundcore Liberty Air did not disappoint. Aside from the quirky weight distribution of the case, these are solid earphones for those looking to enter the wireless world of audio.

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I’ve become a real fan of Anker products over the years and the new Soundcore Liberty Air did not disappoint. Aside from the quirky weight distribution of the case, these are solid earphones for those looking to enter the wireless world of audio.

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Android Central

Good wireless earbuds with a compact case and a price that won't break the bank

from Android Central

A great pair of wireless earbuds that match more common "neckbuds" in terms of sound quality, battery life and price. The case is compact like AirPods, but these headphones are half the price. Unfortunately, bad call quality and a case with a few design blind spots keep the Liberty Air from being a perfect recommendation.

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A great pair of wireless earbuds that match more common "neckbuds" in terms of sound quality, battery life and price. The case is compact like AirPods, but these headphones are half the price. Unfortunately, bad call quality and a case with a few design blind spots keep the Liberty Air from being a perfect recommendation.

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iMore

Small package, big sound

from iMore

If you're looking at alternatives for Apple's AirPods, these are the pair that I would recommend to anyone. This form factor seems to work better for myself and several others that I know, and the multiple ear tips help make them comfortable for just about everyone.

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If you're looking at alternatives for Apple's AirPods, these are the pair that I would recommend to anyone. This form factor seems to work better for myself and several others that I know, and the multiple ear tips help make them comfortable for just about everyone.

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Android Police

An incredible value

from Android Police

I do have a few reservations about the Liberty Air, but these earbuds are a killer deal at $80. The design is derivative, and it's a little light on features. I'd like to have an app, ear detection, and Type-C charging. That's a tall order in this price range, though. What you do get for the mone...More

I do have a few reservations about the Liberty Air, but these earbuds are a killer deal at $80. The design is derivative, and it's a little light on features. I'd like to have an app, ear detection, and Type-C charging. That's a tall order in this price range, though. What you do get for the money are some comfortable earbuds with reliable connectivity and good sound quality.

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Business Insider

A great value

from Business Insider

There's nothing I can complain about when it comes to the Soundcore Liberty Air headphones — especially at this price point. Whether you're an iPhone user looking for a cheaper alternative to AirPods, or you're a diehard Android fan who would never do something as blasphemous as pair your smart...More

There's nothing I can complain about when it comes to the Soundcore Liberty Air headphones — especially at this price point. Whether you're an iPhone user looking for a cheaper alternative to AirPods, or you're a diehard Android fan who would never do something as blasphemous as pair your smartphone to Apple headphones, these are the true wireless headphones you want to buy.

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