So I’ve missed placed my Skullcandy Smokin’ Buds 2 and my Jaybird X3. Might I add I was definitely hurt as those were some good quality headphones. Then magic happened, well not really but my fiance did purchase me Anker’s Soundcore Liberty Air earbuds. Let’s just say continue reading to find out more on my earbud experience.
This is the Soundcore Liberty Air Review!
Introduction to the Soundcore Liberty Air earbuds
First, let’s get to know the earbuds. Anker’s Soundcore Liberty Air earbuds have loud and clear sound. This will only happen if you place them into your ear properly. Don’t just place them into your ear lightly. If you do this, you will not get the full of effect with the clear sound quality. It will sound like it’s far away and you’ll hear everything in your background which will drown the sound. Go ahead push the Soundcore Liberty Air earbuds in your ear but not too hard as you may cause damage to your ear. See proper placement below.
Now, that you have them in your ear properly make a phone call to a family member or friend. They will not hear the noise in the background over your voice nor will they realize you are speaking to them on Bluetooth earbuds. This is because there are two built-in mics with up-link noise cancellation boost clarity which will recognize your voice and filter out ambient noises ensuring that you sound crystal-clear even with the kiddos screaming in the background. End the call and play some music while you’re at it. Turn on a song like Stars by Marshmello or The Search by NF. You’ll hear every detail of the beat (or music). If you are looking for the bass to hit like the Beats headphones or the Skullcandy Hesh 2 then these are not the earbuds for you. The bass is there, mids and treble all sound great on the Soundcore Liberty Air. They are just not heavy hitters. Those of you who do not need heavy hitters (boosted bass) then I’d say purchase a pair and give them a whirl.
The Soundcore Liberty Air earbuds have the latest Bluetooth technology (5.0) and a FPC antenna which creates a solid connection for skip-free music. It features a one step pairing. With this you do not have to pair each time you take the earbuds out of its’ case. Once you remove them from the case…the earbuds are already on and then connects to your mobile device automatically as long as you have the Bluetooth activate on your mobile device. Don’t forget to do that part. The Soundcore Liberty Air earbuds feature touch control. Tap the right earbud twice if you want to pause or continue to play music after pausing. Tap and hold the right earbud to skip to the next song. Want to hear the previous track again, tap and hold the left earbud to do so. Tap the right earbud twice to answer or end a call. You can wake up your Voice Assistant by tapping the left earbud twice. Check out this quick start guide video by Anker.
You’ll place the Liberty Airs into the case to charge for additional playtime up to 20 hours. You’re basically charging on the go. As long as the case is charged your earbuds have nothing…I mean you have nothing worry about. Always staying charged equals always staying connected.
What’s In The Box?!
Picture this when you open the box a glow light will appear and people will start singing aah! Not really, but what’s really in the box is of course the Soundcore Liberty Air, charging case, extra ear tips in different sizes, micro USB cable, and user manual. That’s it. Don’t believe me look at this stunning picture below from the Soundcore website.
In The End <–Say it like Linkin Park.
I would recommend you tech loving people to try them out. I would recommend these to be purchased for your wife, husband, mother, father, sister, brother, teenager, or wolfie dog if you have one. In all seriousness, I like the Soundcore Liberty Air. My only nitpick would be my own personal flaw…is that once they are in my ear if I am walking around with them in I can barely hear people talk to me. I take them out and place them back in the case. I’ve asked how do people walk around with earbuds in their ear all day. It was explained that the fruit white pods just sit in the ear while these are in ear for noise cancellation. Other than that great sound, good quality, and most importantly they are affordable ($79.99).