Anker Liberty Air Review: What’s So Good About it?
The main reason why I like these headphones so much is because they are very comfortable. They don’t make your ears hurt or anything like that. You just feel good all around when wearing them. The other thing which makes me really happy with these headphones is their durability. These things have lasted me through several years of use without any problems whatsoever.
Another great feature about these headphones is their noise cancelling capabilities. They do a pretty good job at blocking out outside noises such as traffic, wind, etc… but if you’re listening to music while doing something else then they might not work properly.
That being said, they still block out some sounds and that’s what matters most right?
Sound Quality: A Must Have For All!
I’ve been using these headphones since the beginning of my time here at Lifehacker and I’m glad that I did. The sound quality is fantastic.
If you want to listen to music while working on something else then these are definitely not going to cut it for you. However, if you’re looking for a pair of headphones that will give you a good experience no matter what kind of music you play, then these are the ones for you!
Anker soundcore liberty review: How Good Are They?
The sound quality of these headphones are extremely good. I’ve owned a lot of different headphones before, and I can be very picky when it comes to choosing the right one. This is by far the best set that I’ve owned. The bass quality is perfect as well as the treble, which is very important in my opinion.
The design of these headphones are pretty neat. They’re not huge and bulky, but they’re not small either.
They’re just the right size that fits in my medium sized ears. Since these earbuds are bigger than normal, it usually means that they have a battery inside of them to power the noise cancelling feature. This is definitely the case with these headphones; however, I don’t find the battery to be a nuisance at all.
Along with the headphones, comes a carrying case, a charging cable, airplane adapters, and earbuds of different sizes. It also comes with a warranty just incase anything happens to your headphones within a year of purchase.
I’ve never had to use the warranty so I’m not exactly sure on the details, but if you have any problems then you can always contact the seller.
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