The upgraded version of Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro is available for $129.99—should not be confused with the Liberty Air 2 Pro or the basic Liberty 2 Pro. The new version of head phone is truly wireless headphones over the ear. Contrary to a lot of Anker’s same-priced editions, they do not offer dynamic noise cancellation. Moreover, they are able to drive fantabulous sound, their default audio signature raises the mids to a substantial degree.
Big Design, Cable-free Charging Case
These upgraded headphones might be small but each puts up multiple drivers, a best-equilibrated armature for ups, and an Eleven mm active driver for the down head, which is a great arrangement for this cost range. We as well like the set out of ear tips, and ear fins alternatives, including 7 pairs of ear tips and 3 pairs of ear fins sleeves entirely in unlike sizes. The ear fins and the simple shape assure the better fits required by users.
Soundcore App Settings
This is a universal app for all the audio products from Anker. For the Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro Upgraded Version, this sound core app offers the following features.
- For Android devices, it provides LDAC
- You can easily move out or into the transparency mode with just a tap on the screen.
- Option of customizing the controls and EQ.
- You can choose from 8 adjustable bands.
- Option to create sound profiles of your choice.
- You can also make tweaks to any of the sound performances.
If you want to upgrade the firmware of the earphones, you can download the latest version of this app from the online store.
EQ Creates a Difference
The headphones deliver a potent low-frequency output in the default option of EQ mode. You will feel that at the highest EQ levels, there is no distortion at all in lows, and at moderate levels of EQ, the lows are even stronger.
With a big top, and inexpedient listening degrees, the lows do not distort, and at more restrained levels, they are still robust.
Bill Callahan’s soundtrack “Drover,” with the low richness of bass in the blend, gives us the best idea of the default settings of sound signature. The highs and high-mids are delivered; simply, the mids audio wildly scrapped out. The final result is really brilliant, bass-heavy flux with not a lot in the midst to paste it together.
The Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro Upgraded Version headphones are able to bang-up audio with a few adjustments in EQ but their carved audio signature out of the box does not make an astounding impression on users. We like their accompaniment for LDAC on Android gimmicks and also like the wireless charging feature in their carrying case but the ratings on water resistance are not that impressive. Considering the price range of Anker’s Pro2 version, you can enjoy the music with some amazing features.