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I know Anker as a manufacturer for many small/cheap electronics. I did not know they are selling mid-tier earbuds now. Any comment on the sound quality? Better than those 20-30 bucks TWS?
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I have these and have been really impressed. They pair easily, really comfortable and sound great.
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How does it compare to Liberty Air 2 ?
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I know Anker as a manufacturer for many small/cheap electronics. I did not know they are selling mid-tier earbuds now. Any comment on the sound quality? Better than those 20-30 bucks TWS?
These are mostly for those who want heavy bass or long workouts, IMO.

Sound is definitely good. But audiophiles might be disappointed.

Battery life is where these excel above most others. I use them everyday, and with the charging case I only need to plug them in every other week.

Although they are quite bulky. But they still hold secure in the ear.

They are a solid alternative to expensive AirPods or Galaxy Buds with better battery life.
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How does it compare to Liberty Air 2 ?
Looks like same specs, different design.
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Yup.

Liberty Air 2 are better for more causal activity. Liberty 2 are better for running/working out.
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Lightning Deal so move fast if interested. 60% claimed as of this post.

Highlights:
CVC 8/dual mics per bud
AptX
USB-C
Soundcore EQ app
IPX 5
7 pairs of EarTips of different sizes and lengths, as well as 3 pairs of EarWings

Not sure these are a deal at $60 though. Maybe $40?
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Just bought Soundliberty 77 for $29. So confused with these names. Can't these Chinese mf come up with better names without copying each other?
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These vs the liberty 2 Pros?
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Lots of reviews on Amazon saying phone call quality lacks. Is there any other wireless earbuds besides the airpods pro that are good in normal phone calls?
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These are mostly for those who want heavy bass or long workouts, IMO.

Sound is definitely good. But audiophiles might be disappointed.

Battery life is where these excel above most others. I use them everyday, and with the charging case I only need to plug them in every other week.

Although they are quite bulky. But they still hold secure in the ear.

They are a solid alternative to expensive AirPods or Galaxy Buds with better battery life.
Do they stay in your ears for the most part?
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I know Anker as a manufacturer for many small/cheap electronics. I did not know they are selling mid-tier earbuds now. Any comment on the sound quality? Better than those 20-30 bucks TWS?
Anker has primarily know for it's premium portable batteries & premium cables. I've been using Anker for over 7 years and wouldn't use anyone else. They have been slowly branching out into other product categories with their SoundCore, Eufy, NEBULA, and ROAV brands. I've never considered anything they make "cheap" I've been using the Anker SoundCore Liberty Neo I snagged on sale for $30.99 last year, other than the limited 3hr battery life have been fantastic.
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Do they stay in your ears for the most part?
Rock solid. Yes. Best fitting buds I've ever used.
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Anker has primarily know for it's premium portable batteries & premium cables. I've been using Anker for over 7 years and wouldn't use anyone else. They have been slowly branching out into other product categories with their SoundCore, Eufy, NEBULA, and ROAV brands. I've never considered anything they make "cheap" I've been using the Anker SoundCore Liberty Neo I snagged on sale for $30.99 last year
I would absolutely agree with these statements. I have seen their usb hubs and they charge faster than anything I've ever used. I also got the Liberty Neo's and I LOVE them. I tried a TON of other true wireless earbuds over the last year and these are the only ones I've not returned. I even got a pair of Bose, justifying the $120+ as a treat considering how much I spend exercising. But those had TERRIBLE sound quality and no background noise reduction at all. And they weren't particularly comfortable. I'd say most of my experiences with Anker have been surprising in the best way possible, considering the pricing of their products being comparable to lower quality brands.
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