Just got my Liberty Pro 2’s in the mail. I currently have the Liberty Air’s and the Liberty Neo’s. These are far the best. Sound is very expansive and open sounding. Very comfortable with the ear cushions they came with. Tried smaller size, but I prefer a tight fit.
Speaking of fit, overall they feel very good. Fills my entire ear area. Because of this there is almost no wiggle makes the weight distribution very balanced. Doesn’t feel like they will fall out, but I haven’t tried any vigorous activities with these. Just been wearing them for a couple of hours and ears haven’t felt fatigue like many others tend to do.
Love the design of the charging case. Rubberized outside texture keeps oily fingerprints off. Way it opens is cool. USB-C and wireless charging are great. Charging case also magnetic grabs the headphones to keep headphones in place when if you turn the case upside down with the lid open. Only really issue I have with headphones is trying to figure out which is right and which is left. And the control buttons are a bit sensitive just putting headphone in and out.
Soundcore app is very nice. Works well on my IPhone XR . Volume control on Apple Watch Series 5 seems a bit lagging, but that may be the watch. I have other Anker bluetooth speakers I need to connect to this app. Tried the HearID feature on the app and that was very interesting how it tested each ear with different frequency levels to customize each ear to your particular hearing abilities. I do wear hearing aids to mild hearing loss. Allows for retest, so you can fine tune settings.
Has a lot of preset equalization settings. Haven’t really tried these yet as it sounds so good out of the box haven’t had a need to alter the sound. The bass is very impressive with these headphones. Sounds like I am wearing a big over the ear set of headphones. Bass really goes low and sounds extremely deep. Mids are good. High’s are clear and not tinny as some headphones I have tend to be. The Bluetooth 5 works well. No latency detected which allows for some nice imaging.
What could be improved with these? Not much. While the charging case is top-notch I prefer cases to more rugged, meaning somewhat water resistant.
A definite recommended product. I have purchased a lot of Anker products over the years and only once had to use support which was a good experience.
*** UPDATE ***
After using these for a few days and they still sound great. Bass is very intense, so much so that I might need to try one of the EQ settings for certain types of music. Call quality is very good. The comfort of these headphones cannot be understated. So many headphones I own now, I find myself constantly adjusting the headphone as they start to move or slip out of position. On a few brisk walks, these stayed put.
Still love the case. The magnetic grabs make it so easy to pop these back in the case and I am getting used to figuring out which is left and right, Wireless charging works great. Still getting used to the one-button controls. Did have one Bluetooth connectivity issue, but that was easily fixed.
One last note on sound quality. These sound as good as a studio-quality “wired” headphone I have. While walking, I could literally hear the musicians in the background adjusting instruments. I had to listen twice to make sure how much subtlety I could hear from these headphones. These literally stopped in my tracks and listen to things I rarely hear from any headphones. I can’t get over how expansive these sound. I almost feel like I am listening to some speakers and not headphones.
My only regret about these now is not buying a second pair at pre-order pricing for my fiancee so she could enjoy these over her Air Pods.