Anker Liberty 3 Pro: coaxial architecture, IPX4, sound calibration and noise reduction
The Anker Liberty 3 Pro headphones look very much like the previous model, Anker Liberty 2 Pro, which was released under the Soundcore sub-brand the year before last. However, in the new version, the headphones have become smaller by 30%. In addition, the case now protects the content from moisture according to the IPX4 standard.
Inside is the Anker Astria (ACAA) coaxial acoustic architecture upgraded to version 2.0, according to which the armature headphone tweeter is in front and on the same axis with the speaker, working out lower frequencies. The Liberty 3 Pro supports the Sony LDAC codec to ensure that the signal arriving in the system is of the same quality.
The novelty received ANC with a proprietary automatic noise reduction setting depending on the nature of the noise. Anker’s HearID technology adapts the sound to the individual wearer using a quick HearID check. Liberty 3 Pro will also provide artificial intelligence-based background noise suppression during calls, with three ambient sound modes.
According to Anker, the novelty can work up to six hours without recharging with noise cancellation on, or up to eight hours with off. And three more times the headphone batteries will replenish the supply in the charging case. With fast charging, 15 minutes of connection will add another three hours of music. The Liberty 3 Pro headphones are already available in black, white, gray or purple.
In Europe, the Liberty 3 Pro will cost 160 euros.