The latest reviews: Soundcore

Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 2 months ago

Soundcore Liberty Air 2 by Anker

Slightly bass accentuated True Wireless in-ears with touch control

Soundcore's cable-free in-ears Liberty Air 2 support Bluetooth standard 5.0, wireless charging via Qi as well as high-quality audio codecs including aptX and the AAC format. In addition, connecting to the app allows you to make individual sound adjustments to these stably fitting headphones using...


Bluetooth by Sven Opitz 5 months ago

Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro by Anker

True Wireless in-ears with good sound and sound personalisation

When an award-winning audio producer says that a pair of headphones are good, then that is supposed to be proof of quality and inspire customer confidence. Anker is not afraid of criticism and presents the Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro with ten such Grammy Award-winning audio...


Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 7 months ago

Soundcore Life Q20 von Anker

Affordable Headphones with Bluetooth Connectivity, ANC and Impressive Battery Life

With the Soundcore Life Q20, Anker adds to its wireless range with a pair of over-ears that are ideal for everyday listening thanks to respectable sound quality and active noise-cancelling properties. This robust Anker model is quick to charge and supports Bluetooth 5.0, while there...


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Editor's recommendations: Soundcore

The Soundcore Spirit X convinces in almost every respect, with only the background noise issue marring its perfect score. Those willing to accept a few minor limitations will be treated to a robust Bluetooth sports headphone with a superb fit, long transmission range, quick charge convenience and plenty in the way of accessories. Quality sound with plenty of power doesn’t have to be foregone in favour of a more affordable price!

Maike Paeßens
Maike Paeßens 7. June 2019

The Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro from Anker are excellent true wireless in-ears with an excellent sound, good hardware and software. Cutting edge, thanks to Bluetooth 5.0 and Qi charge standard, the only thing missing is the possibility of coupling the in-ears with two devices at once, as well as being able to use an aptX Low Latency Codec, which would allow lip-synchronous YouTube viewing. Apart from that, this package contains everything you need to hear music beautifully. The Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro by Anker is 150 Euro, which is in a price range that seems very reasonable for equipment of this quality. My conclusion: definitely listen to them!

Sven Opitz
Sven Opitz 31. October 2019

Soundcore’s portable Life Q20 scores top marks when it comes to its lengthy battery life, not to mention its quick charging capabilities. When you consider the impressive enough sound specs of this model, the price/performance ratio here is rather excellent. The noise-cancelling credentials are also worth getting excited about, with the technology particularly successful in minimising low-frequency sources. The only real point of contention here is the BassUp function, an optional feature that has no discernable added value to the user due to its heavily stress bass output. That being said, the feature is entirely optional, so needn’t distract from an otherwise premier package.

Maike Paeßens
Maike Paeßens 23. August 2019