Soundcore is known in the industry for products with premium sound quality and durability that won’t damage your wallet.
Soundcore uses advanced audio technology such as graphene drivers and BassUp technology to deliver crystal clear sound, powerful bass, and long-lasting battery life.
One of Soundcore's most popular products is the Liberty 4 wireless earbud range, which features a unique quad-driver design and delivers 8 hours of playtime on a single charge.
The company's portable speakers, such as the Motion+ and Flare 2, are also highly rated for their exceptional sound quality and durability.
Anker also has a good rep for exceptional customer service and offers lengthy warranties on its products.
So, in this article, we will take a closer look at some of their range and go in-depth into why they are flying off retailers' shelves in 2023.
Soundcore offers a wide range of earbuds that deliver high-quality sound, a good fit and are comfortable to wear.
One of the standout earbuds on the market in 2023 is the Anker Soundcore Liberty 4 True Wireless Noise Cancelling Earbuds.
They feature advanced noise-cancelling technology that blocks out external noise, which is ideal for listening to music and podcasts.
Plus, all Anker products have a smooth and sleek-looking design and come complete with multiple ear tips and wing sizes to fit all.
For anyone looking for wireless equipment, battery life is crucial in deciding which manufacturer and model you go with. In the case of the Liberty 4, you’re looking at a very respectable 8 hours on a single charge, not bad.
In addition to this, the charging case is Goldust, allowing up to an extra 32 hours of charge while you’re on the go. But the real kicker for many people is that with only a 10-minute charge, you can get an extra two hours of listening out of them, so they really are at the forefront of the earbud market moving into 2024.
Soundcore wireless headphones
The Anker Soundcore Q20i
These come with Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling and an App for EQ Customisation.
When Anker says ‘noise cancelling’ they mean noise cancelling! So you can fully immerse yourself in your music or podcast.
The headphones are adjustable to your head size and come with soft memory foam ear cups that will give you the comfort you need for people who use them for extended periods.
You’ll like this - the headphones have a battery life of up to 40 hours on a single charge! So you can use them for multiple days without needing to recharge.
Also, let's not forget about Bluetooth 5.0, which delivers a stable and seamless wireless connection; the headphones also have a built-in microphone for hands-free calling.
With deep bass and clear treble, you can’t go wrong with the Anker Soundcore Q20i - especially at its low price point.
The Anker Soundcore Motion Boom Plus Portable Bluetooth Speaker
This carries some serious power for its size. Designed for outdoor use and durability in mind, it is loaded with plenty of features and spec.
So, where do we start?
It delivers 30W of sound, which can certainly fill a large room for presentations or parties. Alongside that comes a built-in rechargeable battery that will give you around 24 hours of playtime on a single charge, so it really is a multi-purpose bit of kit.
For those of you who want music on the beach or by the pool, you’ll be pleased to know it comes with an IPX7 rating. And with dual neodymium drivers and two bass radiators, you’ll definitely get that party started!
We haven’t finished there. The Soundcore Motion Boom Plus has Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity with a range of up to 100 feet and a 3.5mm aux input for wired devices.
And finally, you’ll get a built-in microphone for hands-free calling and voice assistants.
So, although the market was taken in recent years mainly by JBL, the word about Anker is spreading fast as all the tech you want is there - at the price point you want, too!
Anker Soundcore offers two different soundbars: the Infini Pro and the Infini.
The beauty of their range is connectivity and quality; let us explain.
The Infini Pro
This premium soundbar delivers cinematic sound with its mega 120W output, Dolby Atmos surround sound, and two built-in subwoofers.
It also features HDMI ARC connectivity, allowing for easy setup with compatible TVs and Bluetooth 5.0 for wireless streaming from phones or tablets.
As always, it has a sleek and stylish look, a slim profile, and can be wall-mounted.
This is a different model for a different clientele.
It is a more affordable option that still delivers great sound quality. It features 2.1 channels with a total output of 35W, as well as Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity and an aux input for wired devices.
It is designed to be compact and versatile and can be placed on a shelf or wall-mounted. Plus, the remote control helps for easy operation.
Both soundbars are sleek and modern and will look cool in any setting. They also come with various modes for optimising sound for movies, music, or TV shows.
In essence, more people should be looking at Anker Soundcore. The range matches anyone else out there for features, cool gadgets and spec and all the design and modernistic and, in general, look pretty cool for whatever you are using them for. They have put special emphasis on connectivity and their bass sound, which is super clear and LOUD! But again, as we first mentioned, to have all of this and not break the bank means Anker’s Soundcore range is starting to get a hardcore following, so our advice for Christmas and 2024 is to check them out!