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Samsung Galaxy Buds | Everything You Need To Know!

Feb 27, 2020
hey guys jake you're back with creating tech where i use tech for recreation so i was hesitant to pick up on the

galaxy

buzz because i already have a solid pair of pairs while they're already headphones so i didn't see the point . but then i had to ac

know

ledge all the hoopla around it and i went ahead and picked them up anyway and for only a hundred and thirty bucks heres what i think so this is one of the most generic looking headphone cases i I've got. I've seen and there are a variety of different covers available on Amazon to choose from in case you want to give it a bit of character.
samsung galaxy buds everything you need to know
I'll leave a few links below but for the most part I want to say this is a simple glossy liner with subtle Samsung branding in the center and it looks slippery but it's actually very easy to grip so I wouldn't worry about it slipping off your hands holding hands when you wear it and i chose the black ones because the white ones remind me too much of the air pods which by the way the air pod is home too so the video will be posted below stay tuned because you don't want to miss that one so take a look it has a USB C port which is for charging which is a perfect match for all my existing devices.
samsung galaxy buds everything you need to know

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I'm so glad that headphone manufacturers have finally started adopting because that makes me a happy consumer and other than that I can't forget to mention the wireless charging coil below for wireless charging now there are two things in this world for the which you would always gladly pay for and as convenience and peace of mind and just being able to set the

galaxy

buzz to charge and forget it, especially when used in conjunction with the Galaxy S tens wireless power sharing feature that allows you to charge wirelessly other devices this combo here has definitely spoiled me and certainly raised my expectations when it comes to future truly wireless earphones now on the front of the case is a ridge that makes it incredibly easy to remove the pen and not all cases headphones are like that so i definitely have to ac

know

ledge this now when you open the case for the first time Rarely, you may find that the cap seems to be a little loose, it almost doesn't feel right, but if you just push it a little bit more, it snaps off and stays in place.
samsung galaxy buds everything you need to know
It had quality issues until I realized that so rest assured there is nothing wrong with it and you are using one of those heavy duty hinges that is closed now instead of a magnetic one but surprisingly it closes tight enough for it won't pop open in your bag or pocket, which is always a good thing in my book, so in case someone watching has been living on the rock and is new to truly wireless ear

buds

, the case itself provides a charge to the ear

buds

whenever they are in which is standard for all truly wild earbuds and when charging both the case and earbuds charge simultaneously either wired or wireless which is great now the LED indicator Right in the center of the case it lights up either green or red depending on the status of the earbuds and when closed again, a second LED on the outside indicates the status from the case but with an amber LED this time

everything

is pretty straight forward but one thing I should clarify is that the red LED inside the case can mean active charging or low battery which I think is a bit stupid because you never know which is until you actually take the headphones out.
samsung galaxy buds everything you need to know
I think they should have used yellow or amber for the interior as well. I think it would have made a lot more sense, but hey, what do I know? I'm just a consumer so the air buttons are magnetically secured inside the case, but the magnets aren't that strong, it doesn't take that much force for me. to get them out of the case which tells me if this case requires even the slightest bit those earbuds will fly out so just a little bit of caution for you guys so you get three sizes of earbud tips and I think the largest one will work better for me it just gives me a better seal which makes a big difference sound wise which i'll talk about later now as soon as the galaxy buds come out galaxy device of the year box displays a prompt to connect. just like the air pods and as far as the initial process and connection is extremely fast i expect nothing less when it comes to getting through 5.0 and i don't really have to go over that too much but as soon as i get to your they greet you with two audio cues and that lets you know you're ready to go and you're connected and by the way the galaxy headphones are very comfortable to wear i don't feel any pressure. they are super lightweight and the wingtips don't irritate my ears with prolonged use like other headphones tend to do and there have even been a few times where i would just leave them in my ear when nothing is playing im sure im not the one The only one that has ever done that and that's just how little it bothered me to have these in my ears so that's just to give you an idea of ​​how comfortable and lightweight I think the galaxy buds are and if you fall out of your ear you can always use the find my headphones feature from inside the galaxy use this emits a bird chirping sound from the headphones it's supposed to make it easier to find them but you can only hear the chirping , the room is very very very quiet so don't expect this to work in public but hopefully you won't For starters you ever had to use that feature so looking around the headphones you have these coils of load, a sens or touch that tells the earbuds when it makes contact with your skin a single external mic on each along with shiny touch pads so I'm not really a fan of how Samsung ran their touch controls so fast that a single touch every time it will play pause and a double and triple tap will always skip or previous track and not stay the same regardless now the tap and hold d function on each ear but it is what you can customize from inside the galaxy where was that so that by being able to choose between voice command fast ambient sound or ambient sound the app allows you to mix any of the three features between both earbuds and those features are great and all but the problem with this is that regardless of which feature you choose , it loses the volume controls and I don't like that.
I'm sure Samsung could have found a way to keep the volume changes constant no matter what setting you choose. the same way they did with the track controls I mean if Sennheiser nailed it with their Momentums I know it's definitely possible which by the way if you haven't seen my review on that one be sure to go to see that too from the Galaxy Wearables app you can manage which notifications you want to read to like your emails, your calls, you can select individual apps or just select all or you can just turn them all off together if you f find them annoying.
I don't really care too much for this feature so I just leave it off so I don't like that you have to take off both headphones to pause playback instead of just one and then when you put them on. back in your ear they don't resume playing so it's like I know it could have been done but they just didn't so that's really what bugs me so exploring the rest of the features presented me with some issues plus. I must also be unlucky or something, but the first one is that I can't use the voice assistant function every time I use any of the headphones to start my preferred voice assistant.
I got the standard message to choose select always but then the next time when I try to start it I got the same message again like it never saves to memory and this happens over and over and over and over again I tried all three wizards and none of them it worked. I updated the firmware on the earbuds and it also fixed them too and just to rule out my phone to make sure it wasn't my phone. I went ahead and tried the same thing with my Sennheiser Momentum headphones and that function worked fine so that tells me the Galaxy buds definitely have a serious bug that

need

s to be fixed however I'm not too mad I find the mics on these headphones they're a bit weak which brings me to my second issue regarding the ambient noise feature, i just find it to be not as effective and all the other headphones i've tried do a much better job of bringing out outside noise along with whatever are you listening even on phone calls people were telling me to speak up because my voice sounded muffled and i hate having to yell when i'm on the phone and the only time i really recognized ambient noise is when my music is very low or when i'm listening dialogs like people talking or if I'm just not playing anything, that's when I notice the traffic. or going in and i th ink it's safe to say most of us enjoy listening to things at least at the medium volume mark and at that volume you really won't hear the ambient noise feature at all and they get loud but it really has you Than like to get it up to the end which I guess isn't necessarily a bad thing now that I think about it depending on who you are and how sensitive your ears are so I won't be too harsh on that now another problem I'm having and guys I know it seems i'm being harsh on these earbuds but these are things that are actually happening to me so when the touch sensors on both earbuds make contact with your skin that's what enables the ambient noise feature the problem is that the earbuds not sitting flush and tight against my ears and that feature will be grayed out because it doesn't recognize that it's actually touching my skin and actually had to move the earbuds in my ear and readjusting them a lot so that feature is enabled and not that I really wanted to use the ambient feature but even if I did it would only be enabled about 50% of the time because of that issue and now that brings me to the more positive part of this review and it's galaxy sound quality but sounds great I would have characterized these as bass heavy which isn't a bad thing but more like clean and balanced it's not overly colored so as I mentioned above as long as you use the right sized ear tips that seal will help keep all that music in lets you hear more instruments and I usually don't like adjusting the EQ but I recommend enabling it and leaving it on dynamic and the difference is very noticeable when it's on or off

everything

else sounds a little too filtered and too colored and I think the dynamics are the perfect balance and I think it would suit the listener p average but yeah overall i think the galaxy buzz is very doable for day to day listening and i'm really surprised how much i've been using them and not just for review purposes just because i enjoy using them and as far as the battery life, it's great, they're rated at about 6 hours of playback and I have to say that's actually, I'm the type of person who likes to listen to podcasts for several hours straight.
I didn't do any extreme testing, but I did consider my benchmarking and I've never had them die in the middle of listening. to something so in conclusion the only minor downside on my end is that the case only holds one charge most other earphones usually carry at least to recharge cycles in the case so yeah not really a big problem because again they last quite a long time and whenever I usually see there is a pretty good read about setting it to charge and since the case only holds one charge the advantage is it doesn't take that long to recharge, so i think it all balances out and i think if you just do that you'll be good d despite my negative starts on this review i think galaxy buds are a great buy and truth be told most of my complaints , even though they're actually real problems, they're things most people won't really even care about, most people don't ask for much and this is probably the most affordable great sounding pair of headphones on the market. market or at the time of this video and one that I can honestly recommend picking up as a gift for someone or just for yourself if this is your first pair of truly wireless earphones anyway that pretty much settles it let me know if you agree or agree I disagree with some of the things I said about the galaxy headphones below in the comment session and if you enjoyed this review and found it useful and helped you make a decision, please show me some love by hitting the like button and sharing with a friend. , and if you're new to the channel and it's your first time, make sure you subscribe and turn on alerts this way, you'll get notified every time it drops.
Another great tech video as always I want to thank each and every one of you for watching and I'll see you on the next video peace.

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