Anker Soundcore shows off new Liberty Air 2 Pro true wireless earbuds at CES 2021

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Anker's audio brand Soundcore is taking the wraps off its latest set of earbuds, the Liberty Air 2 Pro true wireless earbuds, at CES 2021.

This sequel to the previous Liberty 2 Pro, the new Liberty Air 2 Pro adds active noise cancelation, transparency mode, and PureNote driver technology to the already premium audio.

The Liberty Air 2 Pro come equipped with three modes of ANC — transport mode, outdoor mode, and indoor mode. Transport mode prioritizes low frequencies such as that found on plains or trains. Outdoor mode is less powerful but wider target soundwave to black street noise. Indoor mode focuses primarily on the mid-range frequencies to keep out voices. They also have two transparency modes, one to let in all noises and one to highlight nearby vocals.

"Liberty Air 2 Pro allows users to get the best sound for themselves," said Anker General Manager Rock Gao.

Liberty Air 2 Pro
Liberty Air 2 Pro

The accompanying Soundcore app offers HearID 2.0 which is similar to Apple's adaptive EQ and will tune the headphones for your own ears.

Other mentionable features include support for Siri, 11mm custom drivers, six-hour charge (26-hour combined with case), customizable touch controls, IPX4 resistance, Qi and USB-C charging.

These are available now in Onyx Black, Titanium White, Sapphire Blue, and Crystal Pink for $129.99 at Amazon.