The Anker Soundcore Spirit X2 supports the Bluetooth standard 5.0, is powerfully coordinated, and offers an extra helping of bass at the push of a button. Thanks to their nano-coating, the True Wireless In-Ears designed for sports use are also protected against water, sweat, and dust in accordance with IP68.
Anker Soundcore Spirit X2 TWS Earphones Key Features
The design clearly expresses the target group to which Anker wants to sell its product. They are athletes who want to be motivated by the driving bass during their workout to give their best. The Soundcore Spirit X2 is made of plastic and is covered with a so-called hydrophobic nano-coating. Anker calls it Sweat Guard for marketing purposes. Thanks to its 12 mm audio driver and thanks to the support of aptX is a bit more balanced than the 8 mm counterparts in the Spirit Dot 2. The latter offers a maximum of AAC. The cVc 8.0 noise insulation integrated into the Spirit X2 did not work so well in the test. Ambient noises such as the chirping of birds could be clearly heard by the conversation partner.
For the first pairing with a smartphone, you open the charging cradle and take out the headphones. This initiates the coupling process, which is indicated by the flashing white LED. Spirit X2 is not supported by the Soundcore app so that no individual sound adjustment is possible based on the hearing test integrated into the app. Soundcore specifies a runtime of up to nine hours; in reality, we reached just under 8 hours in our test at full volume. Overall, you have a running time of over a day, a very good value. The charging cradle itself is charged via USB-C and was completely full in just under 90 minutes in the test. It also features a 10-minute charging time ensures just under 2 hours of charging time.
- In-ear design
- IP68 sweat-resistant
- Rechargeable battery
- Good sound quality
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