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  • These earbuds feature 4 microphones (2 in each earbud), 7 hours of listening per charge (charging case extends playtime to 40 hours), cVc 8.0 noise reduction & IPX7 waterproofing. -johnny_miller

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  • Crystal-Clear Calls via 4 Mics and cVc 8.0 Noise Reduction: Each earbud has two microphones with beamforming noise reduction and cVc 8.0 technology for superior vocal enhancement and background-noise suppression. This ensures your voice is heard clearly on the other end—without interference.
  • Incredible Sound Powered By Graphene Drivers: Life P2's graphene drivers oscillate with extreme precision to give your music a wider soundstage with exceptional accuracy and clarity across the entire frequency range. Bass is further enhanced by up to 43% by our exclusive BassUp technology which analyzes low frequencies in real-time and instantly intensifies them. aptX audio allows you to stream music with CD-like audio quality thanks to lossless transmission between your device and the wireless earbuds.
  • 40-Hour Playtime with Fast Charge: A single charge gives you a full 7 hours of listening, while the charging case extends that to 40 hours. When you're in a rush and need power fast, simply charge for 10 minutes and get up to 1 hour of playtime.
  • IPX7 Fully Waterproof: Life P2 wireless earbuds boast IPX7-rated protection against liquids. The fully waterproof casing allows you to keep your conversation going and the music playing, even if you're caught in the heaviest of downpours.
  • One-Step Pairing: Our proprietary PUSH AND GO technology streamlines the setup process so when you remove the wireless earbuds from the charging case, they'll automatically connect to the last paired device.
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Here is a comparison between the similarly-priced soundcore liberty air 1:

Liberty Air
One charge: 5 hours
with case 20 hours
charge with micro cable
touch controls on the outisde
not water resistant


Life P2
One charge: 7 hours
with case 40 hours
charge with USB C
IPX7-rated protection against liquids

In short, Life P2 seems to be better in every way except for missing the touch control. Liberty Air 1 in white is available at amazon and bestbuy for 55ish.

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They have controls but they are physical buttons instead of the touch controls that sense when they are tapped.
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Waiting for these buds to fall around the $20 price point... seems like a given I'll lose a bud at some point.
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Who wants to weigh in on how they think these will perform vs pamu slide? Tough as I assume only a few humans have ever had both in their ear.

I was about to try to find some pamu's as I do really care about the mic working well and it seems the "stem" really helps with mic quality on IEMs.

Now I see these for 45 bucks and a better warranty and figure I might as well give em a shot.

I don't really care about the wireless charging case or some of the other pamu perks. Just comfort, sound, mic quality mainly. Battery wise they seem fairly similar.
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Who wants to weigh in on how they think these will perform vs pamu slide? Tough as I assume only a few humans have ever had both in their ear.

I was about to try to find some pamu's as I do really care about the mic working well and it seems the "stem" really helps with mic quality on IEMs.

Now I see these for 45 bucks and a better warranty and figure I might as well give em a shot.

I don't really care about the wireless charging case or some of the other pamu perks. Just comfort, sound, mic quality mainly. Battery wise they seem fairly similar.
My 2 cents. Pamu slide sucks for phone call as the mic is horrible. Plus their support is non existent while anker is great. I will give sight edge to pamu slide for music but that's it
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Here is a comparison between the similarly-priced soundcore liberty air 1:

Liberty Air
One charge: 5 hours
with case 20 hours
charge with micro cable
touch controls on the outisde
not water resistant


Life P2
One charge: 7 hours
with case 40 hours
charge with USB C
IPX7-rated protection against liquids

In short, Life P2 seems to be better in every way except for missing the touch control. Liberty Air 1 in white is available at amazon and bestbuy for 55ish.

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Waiting for these buds to fall around the $20 price point... seems like a given I'll lose a bud at some point.
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So no type of control via the buds themselves? Can't seem to see any info on that.
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So no type of control via the buds themselves? Can't seem to see any info on that.
They have controls but they are physical buttons instead of the touch controls that sense when they are tapped.
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They have controls but they are physical buttons instead of the touch controls that sense when they are tapped.
Thank you, just read that in the Q/A section. I personally prefer hard buttons over touch, less accidental presses IMO.
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How well do these stay in your ears when jogging or running? They don't appear to have tabs to hold them in.
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My 2 cents. Payment slide sucks for phone call as the mic is horrible. Plus their support is non existent while anker is great. I will give sight edge to panic slide for music but that's it
Payment slide + Panic slide. Seems your autocorrect is a bit bipolar today. Smilie
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Who wants to weigh in on how they think these will perform vs pamu slide? Tough as I assume only a few humans have ever had both in their ear.

I was about to try to find some pamu's as I do really care about the mic working well and it seems the "stem" really helps with mic quality on IEMs.

Now I see these for 45 bucks and a better warranty and figure I might as well give em a shot.

I don't really care about the wireless charging case or some of the other pamu perks. Just comfort, sound, mic quality mainly. Battery wise they seem fairly similar.
I have the pamu slide. The left one won't work and the customer support is non existing. They won't reply after 15 follow-ups.
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