Soundcore claims to have made the world's first "sonically aligned" truly wireless earbud
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Soundcore, a division of the accessory OEM Anker, has launched new truly wireless earbuds. The brand claims that these Liberty 2 Pros are associated with an improved soundstage due to their original internal design. It integrates Astria Coaxial Acoustic Architecture (ACAA), a well-established driver conformation used in car and home speakers for generations.
ACAA is achieved in the Liberty 2 Pro earbuds by using 2 separate types of driver: a dynamic component made by Soundcore and a Knowles balanced armature driver. They are placed in a coaxial configuration (in other words, the former is partially wrapped around the latter) within each bud. This, according to Soundcore, gives both drivers a better placement relative to the user's ear canal.
The Liberty 2 Pro earbuds' maker asserts that their design delivers "crisp treble, full and rich bass and a delicately balanced midrange but true audio alignment of all frequencies" in its latest audio product. Like most products of its type, the buds also come in a charging case, which is rated for up to 32 hours of listening between charges. This case can be powered via USB type C - alternatively, there is the option to use Qi wireless charging.
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