Now the Spirit Pro are listed here:https://fccid.io/2AOKB-A3402
These are the specs :
It looks Like they only have BT 4.2...But the Spirit and Spirit X have BT 5.0
That's a shame but at least we are starting to see more headphone models with BT 5.0 the Liberty+ also have 5.0
They look huge heavy, falling out of ear heavy.
Love the Slim / + they stay in really well.
Liberty+ have the problem @nigelhealy just mentioned. They are like boats and once you start to sweat just a little, plop. Those suckers fall right out. besides that problem they are pretty damn good headphones for what they are.
33 feet is half the usual distance of BT 4.0 I understand that headphones are not usually far from the source, however say putting a phone down on a table and walking into another room or more than 1 meter might be an issue.
I think the biggest factor is ear shape but I wouldn't use them while working out. The curve and the new Spirit X with BT 5.0 are much better suited for work outs and have better battery life.
Yep Id glady trade the Liberty + for the new Vortex or Spirit X
I think they all have their place and strengths but if I had to choose one I would get the Vortex just wish they had BT 5.0
If they don't have a special feature they will be not strong enough against the competition and I don't know what to think about the design
The Spirit Pro is actually the flagship model of spirit series headphones.
Key features:1. Sound quality support aptX2. Dual EQ can be adjusted3. Over 10 hours play time4. IPX7 + SweatGuard technology
I would choose Space NC if it had BT 5.0.
So why no BT 5.0? Makes the lineup pretty confusing if you ask me.
I prefer the design and look of the Vortex but the features of the Space NC are indisputable hopefully the merge the two at some point.
Do they support aptX and AAC or just aptX?For iPhone users, this is a very important info because ios does not support aptX.
If AAC is not supported by the Spirit Pro, the music will be put out in a lower quality.
I emailed customer support at Anker. They do support AAC.