Airpods clones that sound GOOD?? - soundcore Liberty Air 2 Earbuds
Ultra-lightweight, yet rigid diamond-inspired drivers produce sound with premium accuracy.
Liberty Air 2 true wireless earphones have 4 built-in microphones with cVc noise reduction technology—ideal for when you’re working from home or taking conference calls.
Use the app to enhance your listening experience—choose from 22 EQ settings, use HearID to create your own personalized sound profile, or totally customize the EQ. Other functions include adjusting on-ear controls and easy firmware updates.
When you’re short of time and running low on battery, charge the true wireless earphones in the case for 10 minutes and enjoy 2 hours of playtime.
Use either earbud to control music, calls, activate voice assistants, or even power on/off.
Simply remove one of the earbuds from the charging case to automatically enter mono mode or remove both for stereo sound.
Liberty Air 2’s tiny charging case has been designed to easily fit into virtually any pocket or bag.
Charging case with 28 hours of power, XS/S/M/L/XL EarTips, and a USB-C cable to conveniently charge the case.
Get a confident and satisfying fit in only 3 steps. For the best call quality, ensure the microphone is directed towards your mouth.
Don't waste your money on these they have horribly connectivity, sound quality is mediocre and overall just not better than any alternative.
Received this as a gift with the soundcore liberty 4s and these won't even connect to bluetooth
My purchase was lost in shipping twice
Sound quality is pretty good for the price. Battery life feels ok, maybe about 3 hours of continuous playing. Battery life of the charger doesn't come anywhere close what is advertised, I can only get one and a half charges from it before it runs out so basically I plug it in most of the time. You especially have to be ready to cope with CONSTANT CONNECTIVITY PROBLEMS: L doesn't connect with R, R randomly connects to devices, doesn't shut down when put in the charger, randomly connecting to random devices WHILE IT'S IN THE CHARGER, not wanting to connect to a device... You can program what click, single click and holding does. However, holding requires holding for 4 full seconds, while it is advertised as a 2 seconds trigger. Have to hold it while slowly counting to 4 in my head before releasing for the action to trigger. also the single click can trigger anytime so it's better to just program if for no action on single click. one of the buds was screwed after a year, wouldn't charge at all, and the company got it replaced without an hassle.
These are not to bad for the price. I do find they sometimes slide out the ear while I'm in the gym and wish they were more securely placed in the ear. Also find the stem that hangs out of the ear a touch long. For sound they do deliver a pretty good sound and battery life is good as well.