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Apple AirPods Pro with MagSafe Charging Case, 2nd Gen

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Features

  • Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen) - MagSafe Charging Case with Speaker & Lanyard Loop - Silicone Ear Tips (XS/S/L/M) - Lightning to USB-C Cable - User Manual - Apple 1 Year Limited Warranty
  • Active Noise Cancellation reduces unwanted background noise
  • Adaptive Transparency lets outside sounds in while reducing loud environmental noise
  • Personalized Spatial Audio with dynamic head tracking places sound all around you
  • Multiple ear tips (XS, S, M, L)

Specs & Other Info

Specification Details
Brand Manufacturer Apple Incorporated
Product Model Pro version of AirPods
Available Color Pure White
Design Style Ear-fit shape
Type of Connectivity Completely wireless

Frequently asked questions

The 2nd Gen Apple AirPods Pro come with enhanced active noise cancellation with up to 2X higher performance. They also include personalized spatial audio and a MagSafe Charging Case for convenient, fast charging. The adaptive transparency mode allows you to adjust the level of noise cancellation according to your environment.

The MagSafe Charging Case is primarily designed for iPhone models which support MagSafe. It can still charge other iPhones or AirPods Pro but without the MagSafe advantage.

Personalized Spatial Audio in AirPods Pro gives you the experience of sound coming from all around you. It's akin to being in a room with a multi-speaker set-up, offering a more immersive music or audio experience.

Yes, the Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen) offer an adaptive transparency mode. This feature allows you to hear the environment around you while you are listening to music, and it automatically adjusts to the level of noise in your surroundings.

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5 Reasons Why the AirPods Pro Are the Only Earbuds You Need

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This is our summary and key points to consider based on customer reviews.


The AirPods Pro 2 have been highly praised by customers, particularly for their advanced features and high-quality sound. Many compliments were focused on their Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), which effectively mutes most external noises, making them great for office environments, industrial workplaces, or simply for personal enjoyment in noisy surroundings. The seamless integration with iPhone and the personalization of sound settings has also been highly regarded.

Pros

  • 🎵 Impressive sound quality and immersive listening experience
  • 🔇 Highly effective Active Noise Cancellation
  • 📱 Seamless integration and advanced controls with iPhone
  • ✨ Natural soundstage that effectively blends audio content with surroundings
  • 🔋 Satisfactory battery life and fast charging

Cons

  • 💧 Stock silicone tips may not stay secure during activities like biking or jogging
  • 😴 Noise cancellation feature may not work as well when user is lying down
  • 🎧 Usage with Android phone lacks full functionality

Should I Buy It?

Considering the overwhelmingly positive reviews, the AirPods Pro 2 are indeed worth the purchase. They provide superior sound quality and noise cancellation, seamless integration with iPhone, and appreciable versatility. Some downsides are noted, such as issues with earbuds falling out during movement and less-than-perfect noise cancellation in certain positions, but these minor issues are greatly overshadowed by the multitude of positive features.


  • Excellent sound, noise cancelling, mic, music, even good for conference calls
These weren’t what I’d call cheap, but I got them on a Prime day and in the realm of noise cancelling ear buds, these are really worth it. Good: Sound quality & noise cancellation are next level. I have a set of Bose noise cancelling I was using and haven’t picked the Bose up since. These are just better, in every aspect. The spatial audio sounds like a gimmick, but honestly, the separation, sound stage and quality is really, just excellent. The setup takes a little bit of time, but it’s easy to do, intuitive and seems worth it. Latest firmware allows you to select an adaptive noise cancelling setting, or full noise cancelling. I’ve tried both and although everyone I’ve heard raves about the adaptive setting, I prefer full noise cancelling, but I think the adaptive setting might be better if you’re listening to music while jogging, walking, biking, etc. Music is quite enjoyable with these and with the noise cancelling, you get music that is not polluted by external sound. Unless someone calls you, and then you can click them in with the ear pods. Once that happened to me, I thought I’d try them for my various conference calls at work. They’re great for this too. The mic is orders of magnitude better than my laptop. Noise cancellation is excellent with machinery, lawn equipment, etc. with or without music. I prefer full noise cancellation for this and not the adaptive. To me, the adaptive setting lets in too much background noise when I don’t want it under these conditions. Not so good: the case is just a little less robust. So far it’s worked fine, but I could see this possibly breaking in the future. it probably wouldn’t hurt to get a protector. Also, if you are using these for a call - especially a conference call, and there’s that one person who seems to have an amplified mic that makes it sound like he’s using a megaphone - you’ll be hearing “that guy” in perfect stereo, making them even more annoying. Just observational: Battery seems to be pretty good, but I’ve let the case sit for a couple days off the charger - 2 to 3 days max and found them dead. It’s not long to charge them, but that was surprising. Don’t let that catch you out. Nice to be able to charge wirelessly --and-- with a cable. I bought another pair for my wife after having these a few months. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2023 by David Y.

  • Major level-up for the Airpods Pro!
I've had two sets of Gen1 Pros, have previously reviewed the Airpods MAX under the Blue ones, and I'll say that as expensive (and nice) as the MAX headphones are, Apple better have an upgrade path where swapping the internal logic for the H2 chip that's in the Gen2 Airpods Pro is an option (the rest of the MAX is perfectly fine the way it is), 'cause I'm not re-buying them. I'd like to, because the overall experience with the Gen2 Pros are so good with the packaging and driver diameter I'd be fascinated in what it can do with a real driver and closed-back design. But I digress; here's the breakdown for the Gen2 Airpods Pro: Sound Quality: It's hard to overstate (maybe not that hard) the degree to which sound is improved on the new earbuds. Previously they lacked real punch to the bass, and while midrange was okay, the treble ranges were much less responsive. You could really tell that Apple had given them a light Beats treatment to improve response at the bottom end. On the iPhone and iPad this was somewhat correctable with the Audio Accessibility settings, but not completely. It's not necessary with these; they have good response through the range, and have a similar roll-off up top to the Maxes and my Sony MDR-V6 wired cans, so at this point I'd have to say they fixed it. Again, the computational wizardry in these is stunning, and they can actually reproduce the final bass hit in my test track, something few buds can manage (I'm actually looking at you, Sennheiser, why can't you do this?). Suitably impressive for a driver so small that it makes me wonder what's done to achieve it. Magic gnomes, possibly. ANC: Noise Cancellation was one of the bigger features initially, but was rapidly caught by the rest of the direct competitors, and this once again puts Apple out front. Seriously improved: The H1 only sampled 200 times per second, while these sample 48,000 times per second, fast enough to compensate for frequencies all the way up the range. Previous work required good passive dampening for higher frequencies (not hard to do, but it's only passive) and the thin silicone of the tips didn't always meet that need especially if sealing was poor. I have one ear that the Large tips can't seal for, and even without it I didn't feel like the ANC was any less from one ear to the other. I even swapped to a pair of Foam Masters memory-foam tips, and while there may have been better sealing, they didn't seem to make a large difference in dampening, the ANC here is that good. Transparency: This. This is the feature of Apple's ANC headphones that absolutely destroys any and every single competitor in the space that's tried it. On all others it sounds thin and tinny, like you're listening to a phone call. Not here. The Gen1's (and MAX) versions prior had this feature (the MAX was especially impressive) and the Gen2 only improves on it. One, Transparency now works as well on the Pros as it does on the Gen1 MAX, and two (this is the best) they can actually live-cancel loud outside noises that would exceed the dB limit set by the device to which they're paired. I've tested this; first by clanking dishes and glasses together while putting them away, and second by walking up to a car wash vacuum head that ran the row of hoses. The first is loud enough usually I can tell it's above the limit, and the second might as well be an idling passenger jet engine, clearly operating in the "damage" range. In both cases, the Gen2 Pros were able to reduce those sounds so they never exceeded an apparent 85dB. You could probably wear these to a concert in Transparency and get the full experience without the hearing damage, and still hear clearly as well. Remember that 48,000 samples per second? Well, when your audio logic is this fast, you can do things like the Transparency mode here. Finally, the Apple Ecosystem: Apple's had for a while a feature for their devices called Handoff. It lets you share media and functionality between and across multiple devices. With the Beats and Airpods lines, it allows for seamless device-switching depending on use, listen to music on the Mac, and if you get a call, they'll switch to the phone once you answer. When done, they'll go back to the Mac once it restarts the audio stream. A useful feature, but the H1-driven devices were always a little slow to migrate, and sometimes just wouldn't. The improved performance of the H2 controller in the Gen2 Pros solves this. I've not once in two weeks of use had a situation where they failed to start and join upon being removed from the case, nor have they failed to switch to the phone. They boot fast. They join fast. They know what the goal is and will consistently pair with the intended target device. They really can just Do What I Mean. It's pretty much eliminated the biggest frustration I had with the Gen1 buds. Now they sound great, kill sound great (ha), and deliver on the promises made with prior versions of cross-device support. So that's pretty much it. Battery life is improved and I can confirm that Apple's sandbagging when they say "six hours of listening" as it's closer to seven, and seems likely to hit 10 if you turn of ANC and Transparency, as like all previous Airpods they include an "Off" setting that only outputs and relies on passive dampening only. Calls sound good and you'll sound better when using them, and reasonably get nearly three hours of talk on a single charge when new; past that and you'll have to do some ear-juggling to keep going. An absolute home run! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2023 by Daniel Shiderly

  • Immerse Yourself in Sound with the Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen)
Experience audio like never before with the Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen) Wireless Earbuds! With up to 2X more active noise cancelling, these earbuds transport you to a world of pure sound. The adaptive transparency mode lets you stay aware of your surroundings while still enjoying your music, making them perfect for commuting or staying active outdoors. Sleek, comfortable, and easy to use, they seamlessly integrate with your Apple devices for a hassle-free experience. Whether you're listening to music, making calls, or engaging with Siri, these earbuds deliver unparalleled performance. Invest in your listening experience today with the Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Gen) Wireless Earbuds! I love these badboys , worth the price. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2024 by Vianey

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