Anker Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro Active Noise Cancelling Earbuds Review

Anker Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro Active Noise Cancelling Earbuds

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The Anker Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro Active Noise Cancelling Earbuds come with ACAA 2.0 which is the latest version of our groundbreaking coaxial driver technology. With its upgraded structure and materials, pure sound is delivered directly to your ears. Bass is strong, mids are enhanced by 150%, and treble is increased by 460% for an ultra-wide and immersive soundstage.

Listen to your favourite tunes in Hi-Res Audio Wireless quality sound. Liberty 3 Pro noise cancelling earbuds support LDAC mode, a Bluetooth codec that transfers 3x more data to preserve details and sound quality.

Liberty 3 Pro offers you unprecedented levels of customization. HearID ANC analyzes in-ear pressure and the way noise moves in your ears to create a personalized noise-cancelling profile. HearID Sound intelligently tests your hearing and creates a tailor-made sound profile that’s unique to your ears.

Connect Liberty 3 Pro to two Bluetooth devices at the same time to easily switch between music, videos, calls, and more. To activate, use the earbuds’ touch controls or use the Device List in the Soundcore app to manage.

Anker Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro Active Noise Cancelling Earbuds Review

Anker Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro Active Noise Cancelling Earbuds Review

Stay connected to the world by activating transparency mode when you want to speak to someone or need a heightened awareness of your surroundings.

6 microphones and an AI-noise reduction algorithm filter out background noises and enhance your voice in real-time so you can be heard clearly.

Liberty 3 Pro Bluetooth earbuds are ergonomically shaped and have built-in ear pressure relief to combat wearing fatigue. To tailor the fit to your ears, there are multiple sizes of ear tips and ear wings for long-lasting comfort.

Enjoy up to 8 hours of music from a single charge of the wireless earbuds and extend the playtime to 32 hours with the charging case. If the case itself needs recharging, simply place it down on a wireless charger or use the included USB-C cable.

The box they arrived in is quite striking and is aimed to have you feel you have purchased a premium product. It is solid and weighty. You know the contents will be safe. There is lots of stuff about them being endorsed by something like 20 Grammy award-winning producers. You know, the sort of marketing hype that is so common nowadays.

When I opened the box even this old cynic was impressed! On the left is a set of diagrams on how to get the best fit in your ear (more on that in a moment). In the middle are multiple sizes of silicone buds that go in your ear, and the buds that sit on your outer ear. On the right are the earbuds (I think of them in old fashioned terms as In-Ear Monitors – IEMs) and the carrying/charging case they will sit in when not in your ear. Clearly, a lot of thought has gone into the presentation and it works.

Now the guide on the left had me puzzled at first. I know how to put these things in I thought. Then I realised there are 2 parts to the way they sit in your ear. The problem with in-ear monitors is keeping the damn things in your ear so they work to their best!

Anker Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro Active Noise Cancelling Earbuds Review

Here they have designed them so the part that sits on the outer part of your ear has a silicone sleeve to help keep things in place. Then a second silicone sleeve is used for the bit that goes in your ear. They come in 3 sizes, small, medium and large for both bits. You could, in theory, have small and medium in 1 ear and both medium in the other ear.

In practice I found the medium size to work perfectly for me. They are comfortable with an excellent seal and I have not had them come loose in a few gym sessions since purchase. Also, there has been no sweating issues or that feeling of pressure in my ears. So top marks for fit and seal.

HearID is where a range of frequencies are played to your ears at a very low level – so you need to run this test in a very quiet environment – to identify how you hear. Once complete it creates a custom EQ setting for your hearing. It actually works too!

There is also the same test run for getting the best out of the ANC (Active Noise Cancelling). In that one you want to be in a noisy environment – I used the gym. Now, how do these things sound then?

Absolutely fantastic, to my ears anyway. Strong bass and really clear mids and highs. In short a wonderfully rounded sound that actually makes me smile! It will show up lower quality recordings, they simply won’t sound as lively as a really good track. An example is a Chocolate by Snow Patrol on Amazon Music. That sounds gorgeous with real depth and clarity. Switch to Street Spirit by Radiohead and it lacks the same level of depth – still sounds good though.

The noise-cancelling really surprised me. I put them into my ears at the gym and before I had even put any music on, the outside noise was almost turned off! It does not block out everything, but it was a huge difference.

I still have a pair of Shure wired IEM which were a lot more than these when I bought them a few years ago and I did a comparison. The Soundcore just sound better!

Now I have not tried these against the offerings from Sony and Bose but I would be amazed if they sound better.

Overall, for the price, the Anker Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro Active Noise Cancelling Earbuds are astonishing and should be given serious consideration before you spend a lot more on the above choices!

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