Enjoy podcasts and music on the go with these white Soundcore Life Note true wireless earbuds. The Li-ion battery lasts for up to 7 hours on a single charge for uninterrupted entertainment, while the four built-in microphones enhance call clarity. These Soundcore Life Note true wireless earbuds feature BassUp technology for powerful bass.
Let you listen to your favorite tracks, so you won't be held back by wires.
Offers up to 7 hours of use on a charge.
Helps prevent water from entering the earphones.
Enables simple hands-free chatting via a compatible device.
Bluetooth 5.0 interface
Enables simple wireless pairing with your Bluetooth-enabled device.
Fits securely and directs music into your ears for full, uninterrupted audio.
Delivers crisp tones.
Soundcore Life Note True Wireless In-Ear Headphones
Noise Cancelling (Active)
Soundcore Life Note Earbuds True Wireless In-Ear Headphones
I LOVE these little things! I needed a "cheap" set of earbuds that I could use one ear at a time so I can hear what's going on around me and still have music while I work in the pottery studio. I didn't want to spend a lot of money in case they got damage by clay or water. I didn't expect great sound since they weren't very expensive. Let me tell you...I am impressed! The sound on these things is incredible! I had recently bought some on ear JBLs to cancel out noise while I work my desk job from home and these sound just as good as those! They've become an extra appendage on my body! lol Not only do I use them while making pots, but I used them every day! I love them! Most of the time I use the right one only, and the charge lasts for days and days. I use them for phone calls as well and they're great! I've never been a fan of earbuds because they never fit my ears correctly. They always wiggle out over time or with movement. Because of the options that come with these, I have a perfect fit.
My only complaint is that I wish there was a way to adjust the volume without having to grab my phone every time. If there is a way, I haven't found it yet. But for the price and the sound quality, I can't complain.
I love Anker products, All their bluetooth speakers, bluetooth earbuds and Bluetooth headsets are notoriously cheaper than a lot of good brands and outperforms them in all aspects.
No need for Samsung or apple $150 up to $250 earbuds, These earbuds are amazingly satisfying. Good bass, sound clear and phone calls crystal clear and people hear me like I'm sitting with them.
BIG bass, A+ battery, SMALL price, NO compromises.
Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.
4 out of 5
5 out of 5
Ease of Use
5 out of 5
I was a bit reluctant to try these out because of the AirPod-like look with the stems, but they ended up thoroughly impressing me. The case is a bit bulky, but the earbuds sit tight when inside and the case itself charges over USB-C, which is always appreciated, especially when a lot of other buds at this price still charge over Micro USB. As for the Life Note themselves, the earbuds are super comfortable once you find the best eartips out of the EIGHT(!) included sizes. They don't stick out very much, with the stems being the only part that really clue people into the fact that you're wearing earbuds. The button controls are easy to learn and very responsive, and you can use either earbud independently, although it's not as seamless as pairs from Apple or Samsung because of the system having to reconnect to the left or right earbud whenever one is put back into the case. Battery life and sound quality are phenomenal for the price. You're getting 7 hours of battery life on the earbuds, 33 more in the charging case (From personal use, this is definitely the case.), and sound that'll rattle your skull without making your music seem muddy or distorted. Seriously, it's crazy how good Anker got these to sound at the price. Vocals and instruments come through crystal clear with a nice depth to them, sound staging and positioning are pretty good considering that these are an in-ear design, and that BassUP tech these are advertised to have is no joke. Listening to some R&B, rap, and EDM, lows come in powerfully without overpowering the rest of the music, making for a true wireless listening experience that can't really be beat for the price, out of all of the similarly-priced earbuds I've tried. These are great for bassheads and first-timers looking for a cheap, great-sounding pair of TWS earbuds.
These are my second pair of bluetooth headphones I've purchased. I had the Ink'd Skullcandy wireless, which is what I'll be comparing the Soundcore Life Notes to. Let's start with the battery life. I usually use these on my off days or on my breaks at work. When you first power these on it will, literally, let you know if the battery is "high", "medium", or "low". So far I have charged them about 2-3 times and had them for about a month now. Comfortability is okay if you are use to "in-ear" headphones. I don't think the features say they are suppose to be noise-canceling, but they do block a bit of sound on. When I'm out I have to have one headphone in my ear so that I can hear my surrounding or the cashier. The actual sound when listening to music/sound is mediocre. It's just as good as the Skullycandy. The downfall is when you pick calls up. I can hear the interference from, my guess, the bluetooth. Peoples voices get a bit splotchy especially when I'm in my car driving. These also don't stay in your ear if you bend over a bit. E.g. brushing your teeth and bending over the sink. I've gotten a few close calls of it hitting the sink while the water is running. With that being said I'm not sure how they will do when exercising. The intial connection was pretty hard to set up. Sometimes they connect to my phone, sometimes they dont't. I found out that I have to "forget device" to be able to reconnect. This can be a pain, since I have to do this every time. These are okay, but the price should be lower.
I had some issues with pairing after about a month after purchase, but after you-tubing the issue, I was able to reset the headphones and haven't had the problem since. My only complaint is really a #FirstWorld Problem--I misplaced the charging case and there's no way to purchase a replacement case. (I purchased a second pair on ebay...and then found the case!) But honestly, these have a great life and work great with my phone and my lap top. I've even left them out of their case for a few days, and they still had plenty of juice left for a few hours of calls, music and audio books.
Being a professional sound engineer for decades, I prefer a clean, uncolored sound - no pumped up bass or tunnel/tube effect I've experienced on standard headphones, wired buds, and wireless sets like Level from Samsung. Just bought yesterday. They came charged (popped them in my ears and after a tone they said "Charged... High." Nice feature to know how charged they are instead of guessing if I had enough charge like others. The bass was definitely there, but clean. I did notice a slight bit of clipping with the highs, but they were set very loud (my iPhone music was), so that could be expected, I suppose. The only real issue I had was with my head on the pillow at night. Enough pressure and the button would trigger to either turn off or change music sources. But for $49.95? A really great value.
A:AnswerFirst off apple is overrated. These are louder and more bass than alot of earphones on the market but for 50 bucks that's where it ends you get great call quality with these as well bit the button on the sides are super annoying
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A:AnswerIt lasts about 7 hours with a full charge for listening music at a half volume. It lasts less time for the call but surely can last 2 hours. If you have any further problem, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.