The Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro was a great pick as the best True Wireless Stereo (TWS) buds. And now, the buds just got even better.
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Samsung recently rolled out some new features to the Buds 2 Pro and the Galaxy Watch 5 series. And the new update of the Buds 2 Pro will let you get a lot of value from the buds now.
Basically, the Buds 2 Pro now has the support for 360 Audio Recording. Thanks to this update, you can use the wireless buds to take an audio recording of your videos using the earbuds.
In other words, the buds can now work as a high-end wireless microphone for your videography needs! Now, if you don’t know much about 360 Audio Recording, it does pretty much what its name states.
The feature will let you record audio in a 360-degree surround manner. And it will eventually allow you to end up with immersive audio in your videos.
Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro already had the support for 360 Audio. However, that was only for listening to music.
But thanks to the recent update, you can even record surround audio through the buds. Days of carrying bulky professional audio equipment are over!
Samsung is touting that the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro is the first to have the 360 Audio Recording feature with LE Audio.
In case you don’t know what LE Audio is, it is an advanced Bluetooth audio standard and it aims to offer better audio quality and great latency to ensure that your videos and audio sound exactly like they should.
Let’s not forget that LE Audio consumes significantly less battery juice. That means you can take professional-grade audio recordings on the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro without worrying about the buds giving up on you in the middle of the sessions.
LE Audio also enables the buds to take binaural recordings. That means the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro will be able to combine the left and right microphones at the same time.
Eventually, you will end up with something that will sound more realistic and immersive. And you can easily use the recorded tracks on most of your professional videos.
Now, to access the new feature, you will need to get the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro to the latest software version.
The same thing applies to your Galaxy phones. On that note, the support is limited to Galaxy phones running One UI 5.0. That includes the Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, and the upcoming Galaxy devices.
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