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A clinical trial conducted by the University of Iowa’s Hearing Aid and Aging Research Laboratory demonstrated the efficacy of the new ambient sound feature, concluding that the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro wireless headphones “significantly improved speech perception in people with mild to moderate hearing loss. A similar trial conducted by Samsung Medical Center found that the Galaxy Buds2 Pro “may be an effective tool to help people with mild to moderate hearing loss communicate better in quiet places,” Samsung said, adding that both trials used the new highest level of ambient sound (Note: Officially, Level 5).

With the update, users can use different ambient sound levels for the left and right earbuds, so they can fine-tune the level of amplification needed for their ears and also customize the range of tones from soft to clear in five different stages; by adjusting the ambient sound, they can also automatically adapt to their ears.

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