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Liberate Air True Wireless Earphones

SKU: EM-DE011-SB

149.99
$149.99
Crafted with Sustainable Materials
Bluetooth® 5.0 w/ + BLE
Sweat-proof & Weather Resistant (IPX4 Rated)
Ear Housing Touch Control
9-Hour Onboard Battery Life
Stereo Voice Communications
USB-C Charging
Disconnect from wires and distractions and get lost in the music with Liberate Air, true wireless earbuds made from sustainable materials such as bamboo, recycled silicone and fabric. A category first for House of Marley, Liberate Air earbuds have a 9-hour onboard battery life, with an additional 32 hours of charging in their case. Designed for active lifestyles with water and sweat resistant materials, Liberate Air is the perfect companion on a hike or long bike ride by the beach. They also feature sensor-activated touch control technology for easy use during any activity. Liberate your sound.

Features

  • 32 Hour Playtime With Case
  • 9 Hour Playtime
  • Bamboo
  • Quick Pairing
  • Sweat-Proof & Splash Resistant
  • Liberate Air Truly Wireless Earbuds
  • Liberate Air Truly Wireless Earbuds
  • Liberate Air Truly Wireless Earbuds
  • Liberate Air Truly Wireless Earbuds

Technical Specs

Drive Size:
5.6mm
Frequency Response:
20hz - 20Khz
Impedance:
16ohms
Sensitivity:
103B +/- 3dB @ 1Khz
THD:
<3%@1Khz
Microphone Sensitivity:
-10dB ± 3dbAt 1KHz
Bluetooth Version:
5.0
Range:
10m
Battery:
60mAh (Earbuds), 500 mAh (Case)
Battery Life:
Max 9hrs (32hrs with Case)
Charge Time:
2hr (Earbuds), 2hr (Case)
Product Weight:
Earbuds 14g, Case 58g
Liberate Air Truly Wireless Earbuds

In The Box

Liberate Air Charging Case, 2 Liberate Air Wireless Earbuds, 3 Pairs Silicone Ear Gels, USB-C Charging Cable, Quick Start Guide, Warranty, Marley Sticker, Welcome Cards

Customer Reviews

Liberate Air is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 135.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This device works sometimes This device has a big problem turning on one of the headphones, sometimes it works but most of the time it doesn't, I reset the memory a lot of times and it doesn't turn on. Please I need a solution. Thank you
Date published: 2020-05-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from These are terrible These are terrible don’t buy they’re so bad I hate them and would give them minus stars
Date published: 2020-05-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice product but could be better I’ve had this product for about 1 week and they have been okay. I say that because in my experience there have been a few problems. For one, the Right side has had a moments where it would stop playing music after close to 15 minutes of use. Another is that when I have gone walking or running, they make a slight static or white noise sound. While I’m listening to music or other media, in the BlueTooth option in settings on my phone it will show “Not Connected” for the Right side earbud. I’ve had the slightest trial of making a phone call while using and my friend told me she could barely hear me. I’ll have to try another phone call to confirm. I’ll probably just look elsewhere for a pair of wireless in-ear buds. I’m not that huge of a fan of regular headsets, I’ve just got used to the In-ear headphones with the silicone attached. I would somewhat recommend if you are looking for a decent pair of low-priced wireless headphones.
Date published: 2020-05-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Can't charge in the box I want to ask is it common that the ear buds cannot charge in the box and how can i fix it
Date published: 2020-05-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bad touch control Bought these for myself a month ago, was very excited. The sound quality is great and I love to work out with them, but after only a few weeks the touch control on the right hand side has stopped working. the one on the left still works just fine. What should I do?
Date published: 2020-05-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from AVOID THESE AT ALL COSTS These earbuds worked OKAY for the first few months, with the exception of minor blips and disconnections between individual buds and various bluetooth devices. After putting up with these issues for a while, they began doing it all the time. The touch buttons stopped working properly; the buds would randomly start/stop music and skip tracks half-way through, as though I had pushed the command buttons; the buds disconnected constantly from a bunch of old AND new bluetooth devices (ergo, it's the buds, not the devices); and the sound quality dropped and began fuzzing, etc. I sent several emails to the company requesting help and/or replacements, given that I like what the company is trying to represent, and assumed maybe the buds were defective (wrongly assumed after reading MANY similar reviews online), but the company has NEVER reached out to me, despite providing contact info through email and phone. The buds are c r a p, the company is worthless, and I'll never buy anything through them again. You guys are ridiculous! At least if you had addressed my concerns and replaced my buds promptly, I likely would've defended your company, but you can't even scrounge up a tiny bit of concern for your customers and POTENTIAL supporters. Well...support gone. You guys are a worthless company, and your products are obviously c r a p if you're not willing to stand up for them and address the hundreds of complaints I've found online.
Date published: 2020-04-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from When things go wrong Ive had these Headphones ( Liberate Air) for about 3-4 weeks now. 2 weeks since ive had them the left ear unit has crackling sound when playing music. I have had no fix for this issue. Recently the right ear has continuous blinking of the white light and does not pair with any devices. Right now these are as good as a paperweight. I know during this crisis customer support is thin, however quality control seems to be an issue in these. Maybe ive had a bad set? I dont know. However when customer support does reach out ill be able to hopefully edit this post. For right now though I suggest passing on this until they get their quality control under control.
Date published: 2020-04-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible headphones I bought these for my daughter this past Christmas. They worked for 6 weeks and stoped pairing. After having to pay for shipping to return them for a replacement set, the new pair are having the same problem! Not impressed at all.
Date published: 2020-04-24
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I receive the headphones about two months ago, everything was working amazing. Until they stoped wanting to connect, the red light turns on showing that it is charging, but when I take them off de case no white light appears, and they do not connect.

Asked by: Alex9999
My right headphone doesn&rsquo;t connect every time so I have to restart my phone then it connects fine.&nbsp;
Answered by: Noahcarr
Date published: 2020-03-16

Can I go to sports activities with them(running, playing basketball and etc) or they does not built for that?

Asked by: Anonymously
Thank you for your question. The earphones are sweat-proof and weather resistant. They are designed for active lifestyles with water and sweat resistant materials, Liberate Air is the perfect companion on a hike or long bike ride by the beach.
Answered by: Daniel R.
Date published: 2020-04-30

My rightbearbud won&rsquo;t pair with my phone or with the left earbud, this problem occured twice in the past. the problem was solved by the customerservice after I sent the earbuds to them. Is there a other way?

Asked by: FeddeH
We are sorry to hear this. We recommend trying to reset the ear buds. 1. Remove the Liberate Air Earbuds from your device (forget from Bluetooth settings). 2. Place earbuds in the charging case 3. Close the charging case 4. Open the charging case 5. Press the force pairing button on the back of the charging case for 2s, this button is located on the back of the charging case 6. Remove earbuds from the charging case 7. From the Bluetooth menu, select &ldquo;Liberate Air L&rdquo; or &ldquo;Liberate Air R&rdquo; to connect earbuds. 8. After connecting, there will be an additional pairing request for &ldquo;Headset&rdquo; (Liberate Air L or R.) 9. Accept request for additional pairing. 10. Earbuds will now be paired to device.
Answered by: Daniel R.
Date published: 2020-04-02

Can I use them as a Multipoint earphones?

Asked by: adrianagonv
Thank you for your question. The earphones can only be paired with one device at a time.
Answered by: Daniel R.
Date published: 2020-04-30

Hello I just received the earphones as a gift and love them already. I have only a small issue when trying to connect them with my old iPod 7th gen. They connect but suddenly the right earbud disconnects and shuts down and sometimes both of them.

Asked by: Laurent
Same thing happens to me! &nbsp;I just put the one going off back in it&rsquo;s charger and they go back on by tapping on it.
Answered by: Murcs
Date published: 2020-02-07

I already paired my headphones to my phone using the case, yet when i took the headphones to the gym (no case) they refused to pair. Everyone seems to have the same issue. Why is this even a problem?? Its the main funtion of bluetooth headphones!

Asked by: Rowby
It seems they go to sleep if not paired with the phone and out of the case. Seems like something you would expect out of a cheaper product. The house of marley quality seems to be going down hill quick over the years unfortunately.
Answered by: Jackie277
Date published: 2020-03-10

My earbuds won't turn off anymore when I put it back in the case. What can I do?

Asked by: Corr12
We are sorry to hear this. It sounds like that earbuds is not sitting in the charger correctly. I would wiggle the earbuds until you see the charging light come on.
Answered by: Daniel R.
Date published: 2020-04-01

Can those headphones be connected to 2 Android phones simultaneously?

Asked by: avolkov
No. And also, why would you want to do that?
Answered by: Kenny
Date published: 2020-03-20
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