Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Review: Best earbuds?

Samsung also announced an update to their truly wireless earbuds with the release of the galaxy s21 line, despite having quite a few options in the lineup. By now, samsung decided that they would put all that together to create their version of a pro earbud. And despite me saying these aren't the absolute best I've ever used, the galaxy buds pro have actually become my go-to everyday, truly wireless earbuds. Instead, you think that samsung's history of making small earbuds is shifting, rather samsung managed to make earbuds that are basically the same size as the previous Galaxy buds live to the point that style shells for the original live can actually fit on the buds pro case.

The overall footprint of the galaxy buds pro is pleasantly small, making for a package that can be easily tossed into any pocket or bag. Despite the sacrifice obviously, the actual shape of the galaxy buds pro are different than the galaxy beans in the first step towards what would constitute the word pro samsung returns back to an in-ear driver that creates a seal in one's ears for better isolated sound. That is not to say that Samsung has completely moved away from the lessons that were learned from the galaxy buds live.

The buds pro still have that small vent that allows for just a little bit of air to filter through so you don't have a total and potentially uncomfortable seal and that little vent actually adds to the ambient sound feature of earbuds, but I'm gonna get to that. The buds pro have touch sensitive areas on both earbuds that can be customized in the app but basically give the typical tap and hold controls, single double and triple taps on either earbud. This will give you playlist control, while holding either earbud can control the volume, activate voice, assist or change the sound modes.

Each earbud can be used on its own making for the usual scenario For me where if I run out of batteries with one of them, I can always simply switch it back up and keep the background music or, let's say podcasts or spoken word content going. Of course, but in my review on jv, I found that the buds pro provided a great listening experience that works for multiple genres of audio content from hip hop tunes to poppy r b to electric songs from daft punk shouts out end of an era. So it's good that in the Samsung app there are equalizer settings, so bass boost was an obvious choice, but for yet another layer of immersion to the raw sound profile, you get active noise cancellation. When you put both butts in, you can select two levels high or low at this point.

Overall I am really happy with the sound of Galaxy Butts pro, but I do have to confirm the point made in my first review. That distinction still goes to the sony wf mark 3s, but like I said in the start of this video, the galaxy butts pro have become my go-to dailies, and it comes down to how practical they are from my personal utility.

What I use literally right now, even with both earbuds in to talk to you in this video ambient sound is the mode that uses the microphones not to cancel out the outside world but to channel it in, and this is a feature that samsung took further with detection, where the buds automatically turn off the volume of the media and max out the ambience when its sensors and microphones can tell you that you are trying to talk with someone it's sensitive enough so that a sentence of sorry could trigger it. But while it is a nice mode to have, especially when you're just jamming out with both earbuds in, you can forget about singing your music, it will literally interrupt you to hear other people but also yourself.

Obviously, you can talk to people like in meat space, but you'll also use these earbuds, probably for things like voice and video calls. This is also my mic test with using both earbuds and the Samsung galaxy s21, with the Pro Video mode having bluetooth audio, be the only input to this video here is a mic test for you, and that all brings me to my use case scenario. If you want just some literal background tunes while running around and getting things done, you can do what I do and have just one of the buds at half volume with ambient sound at maximum. Let’s call this multitasker scenario in which I can listen to audiobooks podcasts news or youtube videos.

Without it completely stealing my attention away from the task at hand, I can continue to enjoy this content, even if I walk around a grocery aisle without blocking out speaking scenarios with like workers or cashiers, and if I need even more open hearing a quick tap to pause. The media is fine, because in a year the maxed-out ambient sound mode lets me interact comfortably. The move by Samsung to integrate several features into a Pro model is not all that impressive though. It actually sort of makes the Galaxy Butts Pro in the fit department regress a bit. I love that these are the more typical earbud design because it means that the low end response is better but it almost seems if Samsung is prioritized on making these.

The Galaxy buds live with all of their quirks – at least in my ears – real nicely, while the wing tips of the Galaxy buds plus gave them that extra bit of needed security. I appreciate that the overall footprint of these earbuds is so small, but without these little extras, extended wear times means that a bit of sweat, either internally or externally, makes them slip away for me eventually. It can be kind of annoying and considering the vast differences in the size and anatomy of the ears of people. The equalizer reading aloud messages and using the Find My Earbuds feature that blair sounds from each earbud when you forget to put them back into the case, but actually for the low latency gaming mode that is only available when you pair these with a samsung phone.

The galaxy buds pro provides so many features in a package that sums up the best parts of samsung's previous audio devices, even though fit can be a point of contention.

For some of you, the practical use cases that each and every feature brings buds pro to your ears make them a pretty easy earbud to recommend and if anything the 199 dollar price tag is right in the middle of the more affordable offerings that don't have as many features and the higher priced competitors that excel in certain departments like noise cancellation and battery life, despite each particular part not being the best samsung used the sum of these parts to gain the word pro pleasantly and that's why they are literally my daily They also pair extremely well with a Samsung smartphone, but you can also get them to connect to just about any other computing device and you will have a really good time with them.

I have certainly been using them so much in the last few weeks and will continue to do so for more reviews on audio products like the Galaxy Butts Pro and obviously reviews in the tech world in general. Make sure you subscribe to Pocket now, if you haven't already with all that said, we are going to call it on this video..

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