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[Amazon.ca] Anker Soundcore Life P2 Wireless Earbuds - $56.99

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[Amazon.ca] Anker Soundcore Life P2 Wireless Earbuds - $56.99

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Perfect for Home Offices: Each earbud has two microphones with beamforming noise reduction and cVc 8.0 technology for superior vocal enhancement and background-noise suppression.

Incredible Sound Powered By Graphene Drivers: Delivers music with a wider soundstage and exceptional accuracy and clarity. BassUp technology enhances bass by up to 43% and aptX audio offers lossless transmission between your device and the wireless earbuds.

40-Hour Playtime with Fast Charge: A single charge gives you a full 7 hours of listening, while the charging case extends that to 40 hours. When you’re in a rush and need power fast, simply charge for 10 minutes and get up to 1 hour of playtime.

IPX7 Waterproof: Life P2 wireless earbuds boast IPX7-rated protection that defends against liquids in any weather conditions.

USBC charging as well

not sure how great these are tbh. $56.99 seems okay

Coupon code at checkout : ODI7N4DW
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Regular "sale" price.

Great for music, and wireless pairs great but the downside is mic quality is terrible. At least customer support is great, because first pair was flakey with bluetooth and mic was muffled.

Buy it for music, not for calls.
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actually I got these for my parents their calls sound better than mine on the WF-1000MX3

I specifically got these because I know they use their phones a lot for calls, I can't even tell when they're using headphones or just regular iPhone mics

check the rtings reviews for these, they were the highest rated Anker headphones for phone calls I believe
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Mar 8, 2009
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I have these and I recommend them to everyone, I bought them for friends and family. Their quality is mid-range, and the comfort is going to vary person to person - but where they shine is battery life.

I have a 2hr daily commute to work where I use these the whole time. I also use them twice a day when I walk my dog, and I'll usually wear them around the house when I'm doing dishes or other chores so I can listen to music or a podcast without bothering my wife. I use them a lot.

Despite this, I've probably re-charged the charging case 5 times since I bought them in November. I'm not kidding. 5 times, maybe 6. each charge lasts a month of HARD daily usage. Buy these.
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Does anyone know if they support 2 simultaneous input source, ie: phone and PC ?
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Mikus007 wrote: I have these and I recommend them to everyone, I bought them for friends and family. Their quality is mid-range, and the comfort is going to vary person to person - but where they shine is battery life.

I have a 2hr daily commute to work where I use these the whole time. I also use them twice a day when I walk my dog, and I'll usually wear them around the house when I'm doing dishes or other chores so I can listen to music or a podcast without bothering my wife. I use them a lot.

Despite this, I've probably re-charged the charging case 5 times since I bought them in November. I'm not kidding. 5 times, maybe 6. each charge lasts a month of HARD daily usage. Buy these.
I like mine and think they have decent call quality (never got any complaints but I'm WFH without any background noise).

I have to charge mine every 3-4 days or the case dies. I use for a few hours every day, including calls. Seems like calls use up 2-3x battery or my case is defective / under-powered.
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I was on the fence last time it was 'on sale' but decided to bite this time. I thought about going higher-end (Jabra) but will try these out first as a lower-cost entry point, and hopefully they'll suffice for my needs. Thanks OP.
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I've had these for 4 months now and they work great for music and and are decent for calls if you're in a quiet environment like a quiet office.

You can only connect to one device at once though. (Unless someone else knows how to do it.)

If you're outside in public the mic is really bad and I would not recommend them for calls. For the past 2 months since the pandemic, they have been my go to teleconference headphones.

Battery life has also been good, I don't remember having to scramble to charge them since they easily go in the case.

I've had other cheaper pairs like those cheap $10 Ali Express pairs that were on sale and the slightly more expensive parasom A2 that were around $30. These are much better.

They are not as good as airpods if anyone was wondering. But they're also a fraction of the price.
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For the ones with 2+ microphones, what anker/brand wireless ones would you recommend? I see one with 6 microphones but at $150+ price range
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I'm still rocking my $22 Dudios Mini Free posted here late last year and they're a gem. Been using them at the gym when it was open but now taking calls at home and folks can hear me fine.

I want to up my game and want to try these out to see how they fare in terms of mic/call quality.
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TorontoEh wrote: I'm still rocking my $22 Dudios Mini Free posted here late last year and they're a gem. Been using them at the gym when it was open but now taking calls at home and folks can hear me fine.

I want to up my game and want to try these out to see how they fare in terms of mic/call quality.
Bought a pair Dudios. Always have problem pairing. the left and right.
Sounds ok if tge pairing is not finicky. 75% takit out box got pairing issue.
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Miguel Sánchez wrote: How do they compare with Liberty Air 2?
I think they're meant to be a tier below the Liberty Air 2 in terms of sound quality. Everything I've read seems to indicate that they're just 'okay' sounding.

I think these are good for casual use. Especially when you take into account the features... the battery life, USBC charging, aptX support, etc. at this price point. For me, I'd get these for working on the computer/office.
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How do these compare to the Jabra 65t for calls? Looking for something for calling but don't want to pay 3 times as much.
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How are these compared to the Klipsch T3TW for $100 at Costco?
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Hoping no one asks how are these comp to Air pods or pro Face With Tears Of Joy
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how are they using with your pc? do the connect fast or does sound take a while because it connected in voice mode first and waits to connect to media?
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I bought them when they were on sale for 59.99. Quick summary of my thoughts:

- Battery life is great, 6ish hours.
- Mono mode works really well (right ear or left ear). I find them great for audio book and podcasts
- They can charge while the case is charging.
- I paired them with an Avantree BT transmitter to watch TV and the audio delay was noticeable. Definitely worse than my Sennheiser 4.50 BTNC
- Audio quality is good but not great.
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I got a pair of these for myself and the wife. We both enjoy them quite a lot. Good bass and the battery is top notch
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