AirPods Pro have received a lot of praise since their release last month thanks to improved sound quality, noise cancellation and more. Consumer Reports has now appeared with the full review of AirPods Pro. These enhancements do not appear to be enough to make Samsung the highest rated crown. Audio is an important factor for you that you can "do better than the Apple AirPods". The story changes slightly with the new AirPods Pro. The test reveals that AirPods Pro sounds really good, especially when you combine that sound quality with the other benefits of AirPods:
The AirPods Pro sound really good. As with most Bluetooth headphones, the pros may still not be suitable for the most discerning audiophiles. However, the significant improvement in sound coupled with the features that consumers of the older AirPods love will make this model a serious competitor if you are looking for real wireless headphones in the market.
Consumer Reports also praises AirPods Pro's new transparency mode:
Tip tips may make your ears feel slightly clogged, even when noise cancellation is off. However, the AirPods Pro also has a transparency mode in which external noise is deliberately input using built-in microphones. Apple did not invent this feature, but it works great with the pros.
Overall, Consumer Reports rated AirPos Pro at 75. Compared to Samsung Galaxy Buds with 86 and Amazon Echo Buds with 86 65. What are the benefits of Samsung Galaxy Buds over AirPods? According to the test, Galaxy Buds still offer a much better sound quality than AirPods Pro ̵
Echo Buds, Amazon's new noise-canceling wireless headphones, did not perform as well In our tests, they are solid and much cheaper at $ 130. While the AirPods Pro sound much better than Apple's earlier models, they still do not meet the audio quality of our top choice for true wireless sound, the Samsung Galaxy Buds, which is also available for around $ 130.
However, closer integration with the Apple ecosystem and noise reduction make AirPods Pro the obvious choice, even though Samsung's Galaxy Buds offer slightly better sound quality. Read the full review from Consumer Reports here.
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