I mentioned in the last Core Update that I’d be dropping some hints and exclusive news about the all-new Liberty true wireless earphones, so here I am, following through on that promise and giving you your first sneak peek
As you probably already know, a Grammy Award is the music industry’s highest honor. So Soundcore decided to reach out and work with some of the most accomplished Grammy Award winning Audio Engineers to take our new true wireless earphones to the next level.
The result is something quite extraordinary! To give you some deeper insights into the New Era of Sound we’ve been teasing, I’ve been given some of the feedback from two Audio Engineers to exclusively share with you all today!
First up we’ve got:
- Nine-Time Grammy Award-Winning Audio Engineer
- Based in LA
- Has Worked With: Radiohead, Beck, The White Stripes, Foster the People, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Many More
“They feel good in the ear… And they sound amazing… I love the imaging and detail. Perfectly bright, the midrange is great and not harsh.”
He then followed it up with:
“I must say you guys really hit it out of the park…”
I hope, like me, your excitement levels are going through the roof at this point could this be one of the best true wireless earbuds of 2019?
(Note: I can’t reveal the name of the earphones that he’s talking about in this post!)
Secondly, we have:
- Five-Time Grammy Award Winning Audio Engineer
- Based in LA
- Has Worked With: Beck, Storefront Church, Keyon Harrold, Paige Stark, Sebastien Izambard and Many More
Cassidy gives us some really fascinating insights into the earphone’s sound quality:
“One of the most salient aspects of these is the clarity and harmony you get between low and high frequencies”
“The low-end frequencies below 200Hz come through clearly without being hyped like nearly ALL other headphones or earbuds. I don’t need that extra boost. Music will have that if the artist wanted it. The low-mids between 200 and 800Hz are clear and colorless. It really makes for a clean, not overly-resonant listening experience. The mid and high frequencies come through without sounding distorted or harsh even at their loudest volume. There’s a clarity I’ve discovered listening to 50’s remastered jazz records. I can hear page turns and horn players breathe between phrases. The [PRODUCT NAME] put you in that studio recording.”
What are your thoughts on these revelations?
Aside from the sound quality, he also spoke about the build and design:
“Lastly, I’m pretty self-conscious when it comes to wearable technology. But I honestly forget I’m wearing these. They don’t stick out far, nor have an antennae like some other brands. And their sleek design works with my minimalist lifestyle. All in, they’re a 10/10.”
I wish I could add more quotes from more people, but that’s all I can reveal in this post. There’s just one more thing which might interest you:
So, what stood out to you? And what other details are you hoping will be revealed? Let me know what you think in the comments below!