The TaoTronics SoundLiberty 80 Wireless Earbuds delivers a remarkable sound that enables you to catch all the details of the music, with high-performance aptX audio technology and QCC3020 chipset. They’re comfortable to wear, plus conversations are made incredibly clear with the AI noise-cancelling microphone that can effectively filter out background noise for pristine call quality – even in loud situations.
The case is a nice shiny white, very reminiscent of Apple products. But once you open the case, that’s when you realise this isn’t Kansas anymore. These are very long, longer than say a hockey-stick design. These look more like barge pole earphones. They also removed the rubber ear tip, to keep that apple aesthetic. I don’t find Airpods comfortable and I didn’t find these comfortable either. The main body of the SoundLiberty 80 earphones are tapered at either end and have a blue coral design to them.
Taotronics SoundLiberty 80 Wireless Earbuds Review
Pairing is a simple process, and if you have done one, you’ve done them all. The controls are a little bit different from other models of earphones. You can swipe up and down to change the track on the left earbud or volume on the right. You can then tap to play or pause. I was very excited to see included volume controls! Also, there’s voice control, which makes you feel a bit like Knight Rider. I found these to be hit and miss, with me feeling more embarrassed than anything else.
Bluetooth 5.1 is supported, so this makes for a very secure connection. AAC, SBC and apt-X codecs are all supported, allowing for a better overall sound experience. Battery life is below average, four hours on the earbuds and sixteen from the charging case.
I was impressed by the sound, I found they gave a lot of detail. Low-end isn’t all that great, with most tracks sounding flat and muddy. Mids are handled well, with a great level of detail. Highs are balanced, without ever sounding too bad.
Overall, the Taotronics SoundLiberty 80 Wireless Earbuds sounds great for a pair of TWS. But the design isn’t for me, with these appealing to the Apple fans in the house. Finally, check out our other audio reviews. Also, don’t forget to connect with the Jabba Reviews team on Facebook or Twitter.