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[Amazon Canada] Soundcore Liberty Neo by Anker - $69.99

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[Amazon Canada] Soundcore Liberty Neo by Anker - $69.99

Love Anker's batteries but haven't tried their audio stuff yet. The Soundcore Liberty Neo is on sale atm. Lowest price according to CCC's. Seems to be on par with other wireless earbuds for battery life (3.5 hrs) and another 9hrs from the charging case. Reviews seem decent on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07MCGZK3B
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cstriker045 wrote:
Jun 17th, 2019 10:39 pm
For bluetooth earbuds, i'd highly recommend on just paying a fraction of the price and getting them on Aliexpress unless you need them right away.

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/QCY-QS1 ... 95172c8ab0
Have you tried those? How do they make and sell wireless buds for $20 bucks?!? Reliable ones anyways...Thanks for the heads up though.
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lbmeyer wrote:
Jun 17th, 2019 10:52 pm
Have you tried those? How do they make and sell wireless buds for $20 bucks?!? Reliable ones anyways...Thanks for the heads up though.
I have, they work really well. You're basically buying straight from the factory to ship it straight to your door. The amazon version you're paying for a company to get their logo on the product, deal with the wholesaler, get it shipped to a storage facility, and then get it shipped to your door. Every step it involves costs for the logistics, branding, etc. who also need to pay for a profit. Anyways, If you pay a few dollars extra there's the updated version:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/QCY-QS2 ... 27564.html
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cstriker045 wrote:
Jun 17th, 2019 11:17 pm
I have, they work really well. You're basically buying straight from the factory to ship it straight to your door. The amazon version you're paying for a company to get their logo on the product, deal with the wholesaler, get it shipped to a storage facility, and then get it shipped to your door. Every step it involves costs for the logistics, branding, etc. who also need to pay for a profit. Anyways, If you pay a few dollars extra there's the updated version:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/QCY-QS2 ... 27564.html
how long did it take to arrive?
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plugg3din wrote:
Jun 18th, 2019 12:47 am
how long did it take to arrive?
Mine took 2 weeks, but i've ordered other stuff from Aliexpress and it can be closer to 30 days.
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cstriker045 wrote:
Jun 17th, 2019 10:39 pm
For bluetooth earbuds, i'd highly recommend on just paying a fraction of the price and getting them on Aliexpress unless you need them right away.

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/QCY-QS1 ... 95172c8ab0
Thanks for this alternative. Would you say the battery life is about on par with the Ankers? The one thing I always remember hearing about straight-from-China goods was that they'd cheap out on the battery internals so you don't get the same run time.
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Jun 24, 2015
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Bought the Anker ones last week, can't complain about them. I had the Samsung Galaxy Buds for 2 weeks, returned them from the connection issue.
The only thing I miss about was the ambient sounds feature,or maybe the yellow color(didn't care about wireless charging or the sound profile settings), other than that, the Anker's is just as good for not even half of the price. I am not looking back.
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cstriker045 wrote:
Jun 17th, 2019 11:17 pm
I have, they work really well. You're basically buying straight from the factory to ship it straight to your door. The amazon version you're paying for a company to get their logo on the product, deal with the wholesaler, get it shipped to a storage facility, and then get it shipped to your door. Every step it involves costs for the logistics, branding, etc. who also need to pay for a profit. Anyways, If you pay a few dollars extra there's the updated version:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/QCY-QS2 ... 27564.html
I bought these QCY earbud a while back and while they do sound reallly really good ( for their price) BUT the built quality is just MEH....one drop and it broke in half....I was sitting too so the height isn't much. Anyways nothing krazy glue can't fix but if you decided to buy ...just be careful with them. =)
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Jan 23, 2007
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I have these, they're great. Solid battery, easy to charge, easy to use, good connection. The mid-range with the bass is a bit low, but I only notice it because I have 15 pairs of other headphones, and listen to a lot of stuff. For a cheaper pair of bt buds, these are fantastic!
cstriker045 wrote:
Jun 17th, 2019 10:39 pm
For bluetooth earbuds, i'd highly recommend on just paying a fraction of the price and getting them on Aliexpress unless you need them right away.

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/QCY-QS1 ... 95172c8ab0
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How are these compared to Dudios/Soundpeats that have come up $30-40 on Amazon last few of months?
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Mar 11, 2013
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I've used these for the past couple of months and they're not bad. Both the sound and volume are mediocre, but they have been easy to use/pair. I've only used them 30 minutes to an hour at a time, and never had an issue with battery life.

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