SAMSUNG GALAXY BUDS COOL BEANS LIVE REVIEW

SAMSUNG GALAXY BUDS COOL BEANS LIVE REVIEW

SAMSUNG GALAXY BUDS COOL BEANS LIVE REVIEW

SAMSUNG GALAXY BUDS COOL BEANS LIVE REVIEW
SAMSUNG GALAXY BUDS COOL BEANS LIVE REVIEW

 

My friend Megan has very small ears and has trouble fixing Galaxy Buds Live. I have no such problem and I am one of those people who hates normal AirPods.

The setting here is different and completely unique. I found that the best sound quality and bass performance was achieved when I put it in my ears as much as possible.

 

The control buttons work just like the Galaxy Buds Plus: one touch to pause, twice to jump, three to rewind, and you can customize what a long press does. The Galaxy Buds Live Carry Case with a USB-C connector and wireless charging station is incredibly compact, though earbuds will definitely fly if you drop them because they don’t. not a deep base.

 

The AKG-tuned Buds Live has a 12mm driver larger than the Galaxy Buds Plus and a “bass line” to boost the low end. Like Google’s AirPods Pro and Pixel Buds, Samsung has built a ventilation opening to make it look as natural as possible without feeling closed. This room works well for consistent and saturated audio quality. I was pleasantly surprised by the sound quality of Galaxy Buds Live.

The “Exile” of Taylor Swift’s collaboration with Bon Iver is a great show for these friends, with different voice characteristics of Swift and Justin Vernon that are clearly expressed.

 

Also, Jack Antonoff’s production of The Chicks ’new album, Gaslighter, has plenty of room to breathe, and the injuries don’t feel mixed. I jumped into different playlists and genres and was thrilled with the warmth and attitude of Buds Live.

 

If you are worried about bass, do not. As long as it is good for your ears, Buds Live can deliver a lot of punches in the lower section. Sounds great and exactly what I expected given the price of $ 170.

But not AirPods Pro or Sony 1000XM3. You will continue to hear a lot from the world around you.

Some people want to not worry about missing travel announcements or someone trying to talk to them up close, but I am more of a person who breaks up with everyone else while listening in music.

If you are, the Galaxy Buds Plus may be a better choice as it covers your ears and creates more isolation, even without active noise cancellation. If you purchase Galaxy Buds Live due to the announced noise cancellation, you will be utterly disappointed and disappointed.

The bluetooth stability on Live Buds does not look as vibrant as on the Galaxy Buds Plus. Occasionally I had a split-second episode as I was walking down the street. It is not the constant source of frustration, but more common than other headphones I reviewed recently.

However, I have no signal problem to relax and listen in my apartment. I also have no problem with battery life; According to Samsung, Buds Live can take up to six hours of continuous listening or eight hours of rest (29 hours with case) when ANC is activated (21 hours with case charge). These numbers are pretty good and more than just the AirPods Pro, but not so much in the 11 hours that the Galaxy Buds Plus can take on a single charge.

 

 

 

The glossy finish of Galaxy Buds Live is quite reflective.

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