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Upgraded, Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo True Wireless Earbuds, Pumping Bass, IPX7 Waterproof, Secure Fit, Bluetooth 5 Headphones, Stereo Calls, Noise Isolation wholesale

(20 customer reviews)

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About this item Expertly Tuned Graphene Drivers: As graphene’s earliest pioneers, we have used our experience to create a new driver for Liberty Neo wireless earbuds that takes full advantage of the material’s remarkable properties. 100 times harder than steel and 35% lighter than traditional driver diaphragms, it oscillates with extreme precision to give your music a wider soundstage with exceptional accuracy and crystal-clear clarity across the entire frequency range. Bass You Can Feel: Our exclusive BassUp technology analyzes your audio’s low frequencies in real-time and instantly increases the bass by up to 43%. Stop simply listening to your music, and start really feeling it. Unbreakable Connectivity: An external antenna combines with Bluetooth 5.0 to create an almost unbreakable link between your wireless earbuds and your device—even in busy places. No skips, no drops. IPX7 Protection: SweatGuard protection creates a watertight barrier for the wireless earbuds against rain and sweat. It even resists water from the tap when you’re washing away the sweat after a hardcore workout. Power a Week of Listening: Using our Anker heritage and high-efficiency power cells, Liberty Neo delivers over 5 hours of wireless playtime from a single charge and an extra 15 hours from the compact charging case.

20 reviews for Upgraded, Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo True Wireless Earbuds, Pumping Bass, IPX7 Waterproof, Secure Fit, Bluetooth 5 Headphones, Stereo Calls, Noise Isolation wholesale

  1. Rayne Taylor

    I just got these and I LOVE them!the sound is great! I havent tested the charging yet so I’m not sure about it. They hurt my ears abit but it’s the first day so in sure the more I play with it the better they will feel. The case is sleek and shiny. I chose red cuz it’s my favorite color and it really pops out nicely. I bought a harmate case for it and it fits snug and loose. Easy to get the case out and I love it.UPDATE!!!(For LEFT earbud use by itself)ok. It took me HOURS to figure out I had been pairing the left earbud by itself wrong XD I finally got it.So when you take both earbuds out of the soundcore case, turn off both earbud by holding the buttons on the earbuds for 5 seconds. Leave the right earbud alone. Dont touch it. With the LEFT earbud (while its off) hold the button and dont let go until the white light rapidly flashes. Let go and turn on your bluetooth scan and look for “Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo L” in the search drop. Tap it and its synced up. You are now using the LEFT earbud on its own. Even though your features are turned off by using the LEFT earbud it’s still great to use.In the bluetooth menu you will see “Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo” this is the pairing name for BOTH and RIGHT earbuds. “Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo L” is the pairing name for LEFT earbud.I’ll update more for you when I figure out if I can switch between the two of them with no issues for not. TTFN ^o^

  2. Rayne Taylor

    I just got these and I LOVE them!the sound is great! I havent tested the charging yet so I’m not sure about it. They hurt my ears abit but it’s the first day so in sure the more I play with it the better they will feel. The case is sleek and shiny. I chose red cuz it’s my favorite color and it really pops out nicely. I bought a harmate case for it and it fits snug and loose. Easy to get the case out and I love it.UPDATE!!!(For LEFT earbud use by itself)ok. It took me HOURS to figure out I had been pairing the left earbud by itself wrong XD I finally got it.So when you take both earbuds out of the soundcore case, turn off both earbud by holding the buttons on the earbuds for 5 seconds. Leave the right earbud alone. Dont touch it. With the LEFT earbud (while its off) hold the button and dont let go until the white light rapidly flashes. Let go and turn on your bluetooth scan and look for “Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo L” in the search drop. Tap it and its synced up. You are now using the LEFT earbud on its own. Even though your features are turned off by using the LEFT earbud it’s still great to use.In the bluetooth menu you will see “Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo” this is the pairing name for BOTH and RIGHT earbuds. “Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo L” is the pairing name for LEFT earbud.I’ll update more for you when I figure out if I can switch between the two of them with no issues for not. TTFN ^o^

  3. Tyler R. Doering

    Wow. I am an audiophile and DJ who has been at it since the mid 90s. I have tried so many headphones over the years and sometime around 3-4 years ago, I started trying out various BT earbuds. They have come a LONG way since those early models.The sound quality is top notch, excellent lows and goes all the way through to the top end. The bass is insane for these tiny things. I have a Samsung Galaxy S9+ and use these in Dolby mode, when you have both buds in, in stereo, the sound is absolutely astounding. I thought my previous buds were great but wow these blow them away.They come with many different sized bud tips and “wings” allowing pretty much everyone to find a setup that is comfortable. After trying a few, I got them to the point I can barely tell they are in my ears. You can shake your head, yawn, sneeze, nothing causes these to come loose or even move a bit, every buds I have tried always had that issue, even the best ones would lock in but if you yawned or moved enough they would come just slightly loose causing the sound quality to degrade. These lock in and stay in.The only thing I am not totally impressed with is the case. It is nice and light, fits well in pocket, but is a bit flimsy. Also, sometimes you can see the lights go on, meaning the buds came loose and then clicked back down as they are magnetic. Not a huge deal at all, and the only issue I could find.I bought the white ones and man are they pretty! They look great in your ear and don’t hang out or protrude much at all.Soundcore nailed it with these buds, and after trying pretty much all those worth trying, I like these the best out of all the sub 50$ buds.My next pair will be the Soundcore Liberty 2 pros. Those things look amazing! Soundcore pretty much rules the BT earbuds game at the moment.Just do yourself a favor, order these, for the price you are getting such a deal it’s almost theft! ?

  4. Tyler R. Doering

    Wow. I am an audiophile and DJ who has been at it since the mid 90s. I have tried so many headphones over the years and sometime around 3-4 years ago, I started trying out various BT earbuds. They have come a LONG way since those early models.The sound quality is top notch, excellent lows and goes all the way through to the top end. The bass is insane for these tiny things. I have a Samsung Galaxy S9+ and use these in Dolby mode, when you have both buds in, in stereo, the sound is absolutely astounding. I thought my previous buds were great but wow these blow them away.They come with many different sized bud tips and “wings” allowing pretty much everyone to find a setup that is comfortable. After trying a few, I got them to the point I can barely tell they are in my ears. You can shake your head, yawn, sneeze, nothing causes these to come loose or even move a bit, every buds I have tried always had that issue, even the best ones would lock in but if you yawned or moved enough they would come just slightly loose causing the sound quality to degrade. These lock in and stay in.The only thing I am not totally impressed with is the case. It is nice and light, fits well in pocket, but is a bit flimsy. Also, sometimes you can see the lights go on, meaning the buds came loose and then clicked back down as they are magnetic. Not a huge deal at all, and the only issue I could find.I bought the white ones and man are they pretty! They look great in your ear and don’t hang out or protrude much at all.Soundcore nailed it with these buds, and after trying pretty much all those worth trying, I like these the best out of all the sub 50$ buds.My next pair will be the Soundcore Liberty 2 pros. Those things look amazing! Soundcore pretty much rules the BT earbuds game at the moment.Just do yourself a favor, order these, for the price you are getting such a deal it’s almost theft! ?

  5. Tom Steele

    These aren’t the cheapest earbuds you can buy, but you get your money’s worth with these! First off, my wife is a runner and she has a hard time getting a good pair of earbuds that fit her well and sound good. Soundcore Anker Wireless Earbuds, Liberty Neo Bluetooth 5.0 True Wireless Earbuds, Easy-Pair Sports Sweatproof Earbuds are exactly what they say that they are!Let’s go over the pros and cons…Pros:Truly easy to pair – these paired up simply and easily, that isn’t always the case with earbuds.Bluetooth 5.0 – this gives you longer range and more data which equals potentially better sound quailty.Sweatproof – I would even say rain-proof. The IPX5 specification means you should be able to wear these in the rain.Lightweight – they look big, but they don’t feel big.Great sound – these are some of the best sounding workout or running earbuds I’ve heard.Great fit – my wife returns earbuds like crazy. She is extremely picky about the comfort and feel of her earbuds. She likes these!Great charging case. It is so easy to keep these charged. The charging case is better than my mom’s $4,000 hearing aid case!Cons:Price?Stick out of your ear a little more than others – look kind of robot or Frankenstein – but kind of cool too!Overall, these are a bargain at this price and even higher – they really sound good, pair easily and fit well. Five stars all the way!!!I hope this is a helpful review. If there is anything more you would like to know, please ask. I try to check my reviews for comments and respond to them right away. I think it is important for fellow shoppers on Amazon to look out for one another by letting each other know if a product is good, or if it is a stinker. I take this very seriously and try to be helpful. Thank you!

  6. Tom Steele

    These aren’t the cheapest earbuds you can buy, but you get your money’s worth with these! First off, my wife is a runner and she has a hard time getting a good pair of earbuds that fit her well and sound good. Soundcore Anker Wireless Earbuds, Liberty Neo Bluetooth 5.0 True Wireless Earbuds, Easy-Pair Sports Sweatproof Earbuds are exactly what they say that they are!Let’s go over the pros and cons…Pros:Truly easy to pair – these paired up simply and easily, that isn’t always the case with earbuds.Bluetooth 5.0 – this gives you longer range and more data which equals potentially better sound quailty.Sweatproof – I would even say rain-proof. The IPX5 specification means you should be able to wear these in the rain.Lightweight – they look big, but they don’t feel big.Great sound – these are some of the best sounding workout or running earbuds I’ve heard.Great fit – my wife returns earbuds like crazy. She is extremely picky about the comfort and feel of her earbuds. She likes these!Great charging case. It is so easy to keep these charged. The charging case is better than my mom’s $4,000 hearing aid case!Cons:Price?Stick out of your ear a little more than others – look kind of robot or Frankenstein – but kind of cool too!Overall, these are a bargain at this price and even higher – they really sound good, pair easily and fit well. Five stars all the way!!!I hope this is a helpful review. If there is anything more you would like to know, please ask. I try to check my reviews for comments and respond to them right away. I think it is important for fellow shoppers on Amazon to look out for one another by letting each other know if a product is good, or if it is a stinker. I take this very seriously and try to be helpful. Thank you!

  7. Blake Tew

    I’ve always been a fan of Anker/Soundcore ever since I purchased their power banks. They always try and make spectacular products at a reasonable price and they have an amazing customer service team. As far as the Soundcore Liberty Neos are concerned, I have enjoyed them in the few weeks that I’ve had them. They only cost about $70 after tax for me and I’d say they sound about as good as any $150 pair of true wireless earbuds you could find. I had the Jabra Elite 65ts preciously and I have to say that I prefer these more. First of all, the case is much better on the Liberty Neos. The case closes magnetically and the earbuds magnetically stay in the case to prevent them from falling out. The battery life is a little on the shorter side but it’s fine with me considering I really only use headphones when walking or working. The case also had LED battery indicators for battery life but they haven’t been 100% consistent with the display but that was fine with me. The fit is pretty snug but I have not tried them while working out or in massive amounts of water. The sound quality, as I said, is pretty great for being so affordable It doesn’t have active noise concellation but I can’t really hear much with both of them in. Another plus is that you can listen to either headphone without both in your ears as long as both are out of the case. Overall, I really have enjoyed this product so far and I will continue to support Anker as a brand.

  8. Blake Tew

    I’ve always been a fan of Anker/Soundcore ever since I purchased their power banks. They always try and make spectacular products at a reasonable price and they have an amazing customer service team. As far as the Soundcore Liberty Neos are concerned, I have enjoyed them in the few weeks that I’ve had them. They only cost about $70 after tax for me and I’d say they sound about as good as any $150 pair of true wireless earbuds you could find. I had the Jabra Elite 65ts preciously and I have to say that I prefer these more. First of all, the case is much better on the Liberty Neos. The case closes magnetically and the earbuds magnetically stay in the case to prevent them from falling out. The battery life is a little on the shorter side but it’s fine with me considering I really only use headphones when walking or working. The case also had LED battery indicators for battery life but they haven’t been 100% consistent with the display but that was fine with me. The fit is pretty snug but I have not tried them while working out or in massive amounts of water. The sound quality, as I said, is pretty great for being so affordable It doesn’t have active noise concellation but I can’t really hear much with both of them in. Another plus is that you can listen to either headphone without both in your ears as long as both are out of the case. Overall, I really have enjoyed this product so far and I will continue to support Anker as a brand.

  9. Peter

    I own a ton of Anker products, speakers, power banks, micro USB, and USB type c cables. They’ve never let me down. These in ear buds sound awesome for the price! I’m super impressed. I’ve been looking for some wireless in ear buds I’ve bought about 10 of them from different brands and have returned all of them. But these sound amazing. They don’t have any staticky noises or feedback when you’re not listening to anything. No audio delay while watching videos. Super clear audio. Only tiny knit pick I have is they have a little more treble than I’m used to. But it’s alright it makes it sound really clear. BTW I did not receive these for free. I bought them with my own money for $71 including all taxes.

  10. Peter

    I own a ton of Anker products, speakers, power banks, micro USB, and USB type c cables. They’ve never let me down. These in ear buds sound awesome for the price! I’m super impressed. I’ve been looking for some wireless in ear buds I’ve bought about 10 of them from different brands and have returned all of them. But these sound amazing. They don’t have any staticky noises or feedback when you’re not listening to anything. No audio delay while watching videos. Super clear audio. Only tiny knit pick I have is they have a little more treble than I’m used to. But it’s alright it makes it sound really clear. BTW I did not receive these for free. I bought them with my own money for $71 including all taxes.

  11. vothry

    I’ve worn Anker/Soundcore wireless Bluetooth headphones for 3 generations now. Had to return one and received the new pair same-week. These Neo wireless headphones are my associate favorites. They maintain connection extremely well. The sound is clear and as “Bose-like” as I’ve found at 1/5th the price. As a cyclist I typically get dropout as my phone goes in my back jersey pocket (horrible for antenna connection). Haven’t had issue with these one bit. My only hope is the ability to stretch the 3 1/2 hour eetamated run time as Anker is a killer battery maker.

  12. Turtle Reviews

    I have 5 sets of bluetooth headphones in the house. Some with a wire between them, others without. These are the best and here’s why.1. Custom Fit. Anker gives you a few more accessories to taylor the fit to your ear than the other guys. It is really nice to have two “medium sizes”. I found that I preferred the smaller of the two. The little tuck tabs also work great and again, you have many options here as well.2. The sound is great. It’s a very good balanced sound and it is clear enough to hear any imperfections in our digital music. I’m a music guy, so sound quality is important to me. I gave it a 5/5 stars but temper your expectations. I found it to have more than enough bass, and mids and highs were crisp and detailed. I gave it 5/5 as I’m comparing it against other wireless bluetooth earbuds. Comparing these to audiophile plugged-in headphones is unfair.3. Noise Cancellation. It cancels noise because it plugs your ear canal. That’s it. These should even have a noise cancellation rating as I think that should be reserved strictly for Active Noise Cancellation.4. At the Gym. These are the buds you’re looking for. I am retiring “the other best selling Amazon (MPOW Bluetooth wire connected earbuds)” for these Anker Soundcore’s. I am so sick of the wiring pulling on one side or the other. These buds give you the freedom to move your head around and do all of those Crossfit or HIIT workouts without risk of the buds coming out.5. So far the battery life seems to be as promised. I haven’t done a full load to full drain time test, and I probably won’t. I’m really good about plugging my stuff in and keeping it charged, but even if you’re not, the case charges the buds a couple times for you. I’m sure if you have a desk job, the “case charging” will come in handy.6. Connectivity. Instant. Bluetooth 5.0 is really nice. Pull them out and they are paired. Since I use these at the gym, I have them paired with my Apple Watch. I have no phone on me. That is sweet sweet freedom.7. Charging. Plug it in using Micro USB. Charge away. The lights tell you charging status. USB-C would have been nice but for one Ulysses Grant, I’m not complaining.8. Build. Seems to be solid. Case snaps open and closed firmly. The buds are strong, nothing flimsy about them. If Anker were smart, they would offer various colored “tuck” bands for these as it would allow people to have a more customized look.9. The Case. It’s a lot smaller in person than what you see on YouTube videos. I call that a plus. It also doesn’t look like a dental floss container or cost 2 bones.10. What’s Odd? The logo. It looks nice, and someone obviously spent a little bit of time thinking about it, but for a product called the Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo, you would think it would have been an “S” logo for Soundcore, or a Liberty Neo logo. Instead they just grabbed a random letter in the middle of the word Soundcore for their branding of these. So enjoy putting the “d” in your ears. ;-)I was impressed enough by these buds that I wrote this review almost immediately after receiving them. I also took all of my custom silicone parts off and put on smaller ones just so my wife could try them. She was impressed as well, which means I will probably have to buy these again… hmmm… Mother’s Day is coming up…If I lost these, or needed another set, I wouldn’t hesitate to buy them again. Well done Anker. Also, I didn’t receive these as a promotion and I am in no way associated with Anker. I’m just a happy customer who received a product that was better than expected.

  13. vothry

    I’ve worn Anker/Soundcore wireless Bluetooth headphones for 3 generations now. Had to return one and received the new pair same-week. These Neo wireless headphones are my associate favorites. They maintain connection extremely well. The sound is clear and as “Bose-like” as I’ve found at 1/5th the price. As a cyclist I typically get dropout as my phone goes in my back jersey pocket (horrible for antenna connection). Haven’t had issue with these one bit. My only hope is the ability to stretch the 3 1/2 hour eetamated run time as Anker is a killer battery maker.

  14. Turtle Reviews

    I have 5 sets of bluetooth headphones in the house. Some with a wire between them, others without. These are the best and here’s why.1. Custom Fit. Anker gives you a few more accessories to taylor the fit to your ear than the other guys. It is really nice to have two “medium sizes”. I found that I preferred the smaller of the two. The little tuck tabs also work great and again, you have many options here as well.2. The sound is great. It’s a very good balanced sound and it is clear enough to hear any imperfections in our digital music. I’m a music guy, so sound quality is important to me. I gave it a 5/5 stars but temper your expectations. I found it to have more than enough bass, and mids and highs were crisp and detailed. I gave it 5/5 as I’m comparing it against other wireless bluetooth earbuds. Comparing these to audiophile plugged-in headphones is unfair.3. Noise Cancellation. It cancels noise because it plugs your ear canal. That’s it. These should even have a noise cancellation rating as I think that should be reserved strictly for Active Noise Cancellation.4. At the Gym. These are the buds you’re looking for. I am retiring “the other best selling Amazon (MPOW Bluetooth wire connected earbuds)” for these Anker Soundcore’s. I am so sick of the wiring pulling on one side or the other. These buds give you the freedom to move your head around and do all of those Crossfit or HIIT workouts without risk of the buds coming out.5. So far the battery life seems to be as promised. I haven’t done a full load to full drain time test, and I probably won’t. I’m really good about plugging my stuff in and keeping it charged, but even if you’re not, the case charges the buds a couple times for you. I’m sure if you have a desk job, the “case charging” will come in handy.6. Connectivity. Instant. Bluetooth 5.0 is really nice. Pull them out and they are paired. Since I use these at the gym, I have them paired with my Apple Watch. I have no phone on me. That is sweet sweet freedom.7. Charging. Plug it in using Micro USB. Charge away. The lights tell you charging status. USB-C would have been nice but for one Ulysses Grant, I’m not complaining.8. Build. Seems to be solid. Case snaps open and closed firmly. The buds are strong, nothing flimsy about them. If Anker were smart, they would offer various colored “tuck” bands for these as it would allow people to have a more customized look.9. The Case. It’s a lot smaller in person than what you see on YouTube videos. I call that a plus. It also doesn’t look like a dental floss container or cost 2 bones.10. What’s Odd? The logo. It looks nice, and someone obviously spent a little bit of time thinking about it, but for a product called the Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo, you would think it would have been an “S” logo for Soundcore, or a Liberty Neo logo. Instead they just grabbed a random letter in the middle of the word Soundcore for their branding of these. So enjoy putting the “d” in your ears. ;-)I was impressed enough by these buds that I wrote this review almost immediately after receiving them. I also took all of my custom silicone parts off and put on smaller ones just so my wife could try them. She was impressed as well, which means I will probably have to buy these again… hmmm… Mother’s Day is coming up…If I lost these, or needed another set, I wouldn’t hesitate to buy them again. Well done Anker. Also, I didn’t receive these as a promotion and I am in no way associated with Anker. I’m just a happy customer who received a product that was better than expected.

  15. Tinisha tolber

    A few months ago I bought my first Anker Soundcore earbuds (Liberty 2 Pro), and while they had beyond exquisite sound and battery life but the call sound quality wasn’t quite what I was looking for. Fast forward…These Liberty Neo’s were gifted to me and I’m so blown away by all the pros that they offer I’ve bought another pair (different color) for myself and gifted a pair to my best friend who recently broke her Samsung’s. (I’ll let her write a comparison review should be interesting) In short here’s the pros and cons…Pro:-Call/sound isolation is almost perfect. I can ride with my windows down and air blowing (hard) on my face and still be heard by the caller on the other end-Sound quality is just as great with these as they are with the $130 Liberty 2 Pro (granted the Pros have a few more bells and whistles but over all sound is impeccable)-The case and buds are compact and convenient-THE BIGGEST PRO IS PRICE PRICE PRICE!!!! I’ve bought a lot of 30 something dollar earbuds (especially for my preteen son who loses them often) and they’ve been mostly a dud. But these are quality and affordable!Con:-Pairing with my iPhone has occasionally posed a bit of frustration in that there’s sometimes a lag in pairing both buds, but eventually it comes around. (Like 10-15 secs not minutes)-They don’t pair to the cool Soundcore app that the Liberty Pro has that allows you to customize the levels to YOU.Over all these are an excellent buy for the money.

  16. Tinisha tolber

    A few months ago I bought my first Anker Soundcore earbuds (Liberty 2 Pro), and while they had beyond exquisite sound and battery life but the call sound quality wasn’t quite what I was looking for. Fast forward…These Liberty Neo’s were gifted to me and I’m so blown away by all the pros that they offer I’ve bought another pair (different color) for myself and gifted a pair to my best friend who recently broke her Samsung’s. (I’ll let her write a comparison review should be interesting) In short here’s the pros and cons…Pro:-Call/sound isolation is almost perfect. I can ride with my windows down and air blowing (hard) on my face and still be heard by the caller on the other end-Sound quality is just as great with these as they are with the $130 Liberty 2 Pro (granted the Pros have a few more bells and whistles but over all sound is impeccable)-The case and buds are compact and convenient-THE BIGGEST PRO IS PRICE PRICE PRICE!!!! I’ve bought a lot of 30 something dollar earbuds (especially for my preteen son who loses them often) and they’ve been mostly a dud. But these are quality and affordable!Con:-Pairing with my iPhone has occasionally posed a bit of frustration in that there’s sometimes a lag in pairing both buds, but eventually it comes around. (Like 10-15 secs not minutes)-They don’t pair to the cool Soundcore app that the Liberty Pro has that allows you to customize the levels to YOU.Over all these are an excellent buy for the money.

  17. lspars19

    UPDATE: Wow, Anker Customer Service is by far the best I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. They were quick to help me figure out what product would work best for me and they were absolutely right! The Liberty 2 Earbuds fit my ears perfectly straight out of the box. No issues whatsoever! I will forever recommend Anker Products.I wanted to love this product. Every combo I tried still had the earbud falling out of my ear when I started to walk. I love Anker products and bought these on a recommendation from a family member but unfortunately I am returning them. I have a hard time finding headphones and I guess the search will continue.

  18. lspars19

    UPDATE: Wow, Anker Customer Service is by far the best I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. They were quick to help me figure out what product would work best for me and they were absolutely right! The Liberty 2 Earbuds fit my ears perfectly straight out of the box. No issues whatsoever! I will forever recommend Anker Products.I wanted to love this product. Every combo I tried still had the earbud falling out of my ear when I started to walk. I love Anker products and bought these on a recommendation from a family member but unfortunately I am returning them. I have a hard time finding headphones and I guess the search will continue.

  19. Richard J. Mitchell

    I recently bought these after looking at various wireless models for a few weeks. I was actually about to by the liberty lites when suddenly these came out. I have used Bluetooth headsets for a while for everything especially when on my ship (US Navy). I had a set of Jaybird X2s that I have used for a while but the wire bouncing is annoying so I wanted to upgrade to something that would be durable like those (washed them twice) and be truly wireless.Honestly originally went to these because of the price. They were half the cost of almost every other unit I looked at. The other big factor for me is the customer support I have received from Anker in the past and the quality of the products. I have purchased various cables and battery packs.So far I love the sound of these and honestly the only complaint I had was that when I used them in a pinch to watch Netflix on my tablet they audio was out of sync. Plan to test it with my iPhone though and see if it was just that 2 year old tablet causing it. Other then that music sounds great the comfort in ear is amazing (I have rediculousy small ears) and I would recommend them to anyone that wants a quality product to run with.

  20. Richard J. Mitchell

    I recently bought these after looking at various wireless models for a few weeks. I was actually about to by the liberty lites when suddenly these came out. I have used Bluetooth headsets for a while for everything especially when on my ship (US Navy). I had a set of Jaybird X2s that I have used for a while but the wire bouncing is annoying so I wanted to upgrade to something that would be durable like those (washed them twice) and be truly wireless.Honestly originally went to these because of the price. They were half the cost of almost every other unit I looked at. The other big factor for me is the customer support I have received from Anker in the past and the quality of the products. I have purchased various cables and battery packs.So far I love the sound of these and honestly the only complaint I had was that when I used them in a pinch to watch Netflix on my tablet they audio was out of sync. Plan to test it with my iPhone though and see if it was just that 2 year old tablet causing it. Other then that music sounds great the comfort in ear is amazing (I have rediculousy small ears) and I would recommend them to anyone that wants a quality product to run with.

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