Liberty Air 2 Pro: Three noise canceling modes and PureNote drivers

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The Liberty Air 2 Pro wireless headphones, which Anker produces under the Soundcore sub-brand, are equipped with PureNote drivers. These are speakers with 11 mm diaphragms made of 10 layers of nanomaterial. This structure allows for a high combination of rigidity and lightness – a guarantee of accurate and wide-range sound.

Each of the two earbuds received three built-in microphones operating in the Targeted Active Noise Canceling system. The Liberty Air 2 Pro has three noise canceling modes: transport, indoor and outdoor. In “pass-through” mode, microphones will allow you to hear ambient sounds without removing the headphones.


The headphones supports communication with an audio source via Bluetooth 5.0 using AAC and SBC codecs. The character of the sound is adjusted by the equalizer using the HearID 2.0 technology. In the Soundcore smartphone app, you can record up to 22 sound presets and quickly switch between them. All the necessary settings are also available there.


From one full charge, the headphones will work for 8 hours. The charging case can extend this time to 32 hours, and 3 hours of music can be added by connecting to the charger for 15 minutes. It uses a USB-C connection and Qi wireless charging. The Liberty Air 2 Pro comes with nine pairs of silicone earbuds for a variety of sizes and fit options.

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