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[Amazon.ca] Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo True Wireless Earbuds $54.99

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[Amazon.ca] Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo True Wireless Earbuds $54.99

Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo headphones are currently on sale for $55 with a $20 coupon. These are pretty well reviewed, heavier on bass and have graphene drivers.

Expertly Tuned Graphene Drivers: As graphene's earliest pioneers, we have used our experience to create a new driver for Liberty Neo 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.
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Oct 17, 2010
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These don't get loud enough for me. I opted for the soundpeats truengine 3 se instead.
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May 12, 2010
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Why does every Anker Soundcore product go on sale but not the Q20s or the Q30? Ugh!
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Nov 20, 2020
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The sound is great and I did a long weekend run with them and they were perfect.
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Apr 29, 2013
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Are these the same as the Upgraded, Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo True ones? why is there no reviews with the link posted?
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Jan 15, 2016
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Winnipeg, MB
I have neos but when they were first released. Awesome value and sound my only gripe was lack of volume control on the earpieces, hope they were corrected on these ones.

I have the liberty air 2 as well and those have vol control. Better fit, and lighter weight. To each his own though.
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Mar 2, 2005
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Toronto
No reviews? These cheap ones always have pairing issues...
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Apr 7, 2015
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Vancouver Island
I've got the Tranya M10. They get absolutely crazy loud, excellent bass, and surprisingly good separation with clear vocals. The drivers are like 5x larger than my old buds. I think they were $55 or something?

No pairing issues or anything and support was pretty quick to answer questions. I find myself listening to music way more since these are so convenient compared to anything wired, and they sound surprisingly good.

I used to own open back headphones, amps, etc. The difference is so minimal now. They're definitely still better, no question about that, and you're never going to get the clarity, separation, and soundstage out of earbuds, but the difference is a lot less than it used to be, and it's honestly a really enjoyable experience.

P.S. Comply Audio Pro tips. Game changer.
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Nov 23, 2020
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Calgary, AB
Looking for something in this price range that are also good with phone calls. Anyone have experience with these or other recommendations?
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Nozaaf wrote: Looking for something in this price range that are also good with phone calls. Anyone have experience with these or other recommendations?
I have the cheaper pair someone other than op posted in this thread

They work fine with calls for me.
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My impression is mpow plays better sound yet Anker has better qc

Wouldn't consider other brands when it comes to cheap earbuds
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Nov 23, 2020
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Thanks. I have been eyeing the Mpow M9. Will do a bit more research.
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Don't mean to hijack this thread, but I was looking at the buds in this thread and came across these Mpow M30s: https://www.amazon.ca/Mpow-Bluetooth-Im ... B0832GH4WF.

They're currently $59.99 with a $12 coupon which makes them $47.99. The three camels say that they were as cheap as $43.34 as recently as Nov. 30th. They have over 25,000 reviews and rank 6th on Amazon's Stereo Headphones bestsellers. Does anyone have experience with these? I'm on my second set of Mpow Cheetahs and like those for running.
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c5ho wrote: Don't mean to hijack this thread, but I was looking at the buds in this thread and came across these Mpow M30s: https://www.amazon.ca/Mpow-Bluetooth-Im ... B0832GH4WF.

They're currently $59.99 with a $12 coupon which makes them $47.99. The three camels say that they were as cheap as $43.34 as recently as Nov. 30th. They have over 25,000 reviews and rank 6th on Amazon's Stereo Headphones bestsellers. Does anyone have experience with these? I'm on my second set of Mpow Cheetahs and like those for running.
Are these worth $50?
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Aug 29, 2017
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DealersChoice2018 wrote: Are these worth $50?
Meh, I bought these for the 40something. People were raving about its Mic quality in some review that's why I got it. The microphone quality is just as bad as anything else in its price range and pretty unusable for phone calls.
Sound quality is OK. Not something I would jump on. Main difference between this vs the 30 dollar ones is if you like the shape of it better.
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Aug 29, 2017
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c5ho wrote: Don't mean to hijack this thread, but I was looking at the buds in this thread and came across these Mpow M30s: https://www.amazon.ca/Mpow-Bluetooth-Im ... B0832GH4WF.

They're currently $59.99 with a $12 coupon which makes them $47.99. The three camels say that they were as cheap as $43.34 as recently as Nov. 30th. They have over 25,000 reviews and rank 6th on Amazon's Stereo Headphones bestsellers. Does anyone have experience with these? I'm on my second set of Mpow Cheetahs and like those for running.
I got these and I'm not impressed with them. Just regular headphones, mic is bad, the same as the other headphones within its price range.
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Dec 19, 2009
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Is it just me or do most of these middle to low end BT earbuds suck?! I’ve had such a hard time getting them to consistently pair with my phone. One connects, the other doesn’t...so frustrating.

So far I’ve tried:
- Anker Soundcore Life P2
- Edifier TWS1

I returned them both.

Can’t legitimize spending $200+ for Apple AirPods but starting to see where some of the value is for more expensive BT earbuds (assuming they’re less of a PIA when it comes to pairing).

Has anyone tried the ones the OP posted?

All ears if someone has a recommendation for a reliable set.
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Aug 8, 2007
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BT connection is important to me so sounds like these won’t be very good. I want one pair that will connect easily to both my phone and laptop mostly for phone and zoom calls so connection and microphone are important.

I just bought the mono Jabra Talk45’s on their BF half price sale for my wife to use on her calls but darn it, I can get them to connect to my computer but not hers even though we are both on Windows 10.
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Nov 30, 2016
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Grande Prairie, AB
How do these compare to Soundcore Life P2? They make so many different versions of these things

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