Today, Anker’s audio brand, Soundcore, is announcing the successor to its Liberty Air true-wireless earbuds series, the Liberty Air Pro 2. The new earbuds boast of multi-mode noise-canceling, a feature that filters out specific frequencies depending on the mode, Transparency mode, and PureNote driver technology.
With multi-mode active noise-cancellation, users will be able to choose between three modes: Transport, Outdoor, and Indoor. Transport, as the name suggests, blocks out low frequencies commonly produces by vehicles like airplanes, trains, or buses. Users who need to filter out street noise for when an activity needs to be outside can use Outdoor mode. Lastly, Indoor mode would most likely work like most available noise-canceling headphones,
The Liberty Air Pro 2 also offers two settings for its Transparency mode. The first was crafted for runners, cyclists, or any outdoor sports enthusiasts. This setting is able to enhance all ambient sounds so that users don’t lose awareness of their surroundings. The second setting offers vocal enhancement with background noise reduction for users who still need to hear voices but want to reduce the overall ambient noise. It’s a good choice for situations like waiting in an airport or train station.
Equipped with the 11mm PureNote driver, the Liberty Air Pro 2 promises to deliver accurate sound and clarity no matter at what setting. The battery can last up to 7 hours with ANC off and 6 hours with ANC on. Charging can take as little as 10 minutes for 2 hours of playtime thanks to Anker Fast Charging technology. Additional features include customizable touch controls, wireless charging, voice assistant compatibility, and a waterproof rating of IPX4.
The Liberty Air 2 Pro has already been launched and is available on Amazon, and BestBuy for $129.99 in the US. It will be available in the UK for £129.99, Europe for €129.99, and Canada for $169.99. There will be four colors available: Onyx Black, Titanium White, Sapphire Blue, and Crystal Pink.