Hey, what’s up, guys, soldier knows best stare,you might be trying to decide whether or not you should buy the new Samsung Galaxy Buzz Live or the Galaxy. But plus and hopefully I can help you out with that.
So let’s jump right in to it. So the first stage, let’s talk about comfort, and I’m personally going to go with the Galaxy Bus live.
And that’s because Samsung spent some good amount of time working on this being shaped type of earbud. And it may look a little here, but it actually feels great because it doesn’t have a lot of pressure inside of your ears.
So when you put it in your ear, you need to twist it up a little bit. And it does make multiple points of contact inside of your ear. But you don’t feel like a lot of pressure on any one of those points where with the galaxy bust plus I’m not saying it’s uncomfortable, but it does have the ear tip that goes inside of your ear.
And it’s something that you just constantly fill in your ear, wear with the galaxy, buzz live.
I can lead them in my ear. And if I don’t have anything playing, I forget that they in my ear because they’re not blocking out the outside sound, because I’m not plugging in my ear like the buzz plus.
And now if you do feel that you had some issues in the past with earbuds like these that they don’t fit the best, the C++ may have a slight advantage because they do have multiple different ear tips that come inside of the box.
So you have more options to get a more customized fit. But I just think that the Galaxy Buzz Live are going to be the best one size fits all solution.
So I’m going with these as far as the way they fill in my ear. All right.
And now in the second stage, let’s talk about noise cancelation. Now, this is going to be a little weird because the Galaxy Buzz Live do have active noise cancelation, but it doesn’t work the way you may be thinking because it doesn’t block out all of the sound.
It just blocks out certain frequencies and just keeping it real with you, it just doesn’t do a good job at it.
So do not buy these for the ANC. But if you do want to block out the noise, you’re gonna want to go with the Galaxy Bus plus because it does have those ear tips where, as I mentioned before, might not be the most comfortable.
They do plug up your ears, so it keeps all of that noise out.
Now, if you don’t care about ANC and you just want to hear everything around you, maybe you want to wear these while you’re watching your kids walking on the street.
The Galaxy Bus Live are going to be the best just for allowing that ambient sound in. But the Galaxy Bus Plus do have a setting in the Galaxy wearable app where you can actually turn on this kind of artificial ambient sound, whereas using the microphones to pump in the outside sounds inside of your ear, it just doesn’t really sound as natural as what you get with the galaxy.
But SLIVE So to kind of make this easy for you. AMPA sound.
You want to go to the Galaxy Bus live. But if you want to block out noise, you want to go with the Galaxy bus.
Plus, now, moving on this talk about sound quality and both of these for the price range have really good, clean, clear sound compared to a lot of other competition.
But between the two, I have to go with the Galaxy Buzz alive because I do have a wider soundstage and a more full sound. And I think that’s because they don’t use ear tips and the air bus just kind of rest in your ear that the sound just has more room to move around in. And it kind of resembles the same feeling that I get with open back headphones.
Well, you still have that outside noise coming in a little bit, but you still get that really clear, clean sound.
And then also the bus live. Do you have better bass? So the low end is going to be better than the gassy buzz.
Plus, now, to be honest, if you’re not doing a direct comparison, you’re not really going to notice these differences. But just me using the two sat by side with different genres of music. The buzz live. Do a better job.
All right. Stage four is going to be battery life.
So when you put these earbuds in your ears, you can listen to the Galaxy bus plus for around eleven hours straight and then you can listen to the Galaxy Bus live for around eight hours or so.
Now, I typically don’t listen to any type of headphones or earbuds for that amount of time straight.
So I’m really more interested in indie battery life when combined with a charging case. So in a straight up head to head with no noise, cancelation on with the galaxy buzz live. You can get a total of twenty nine hours of listening time when you’re using a charge case with the bus live and you can get twenty two hours with the galaxy plus plus.
But if you do decide to turn on active noise cancelation and or Bixby voice, you will lose a good amount of hours there.
But I’m just really big on the twenty nine hours that you can get with the bus slide because that means when I am traveling I don’t have to worry about charging my case because I can put my earbuds in my ears, put them back in the case back and forth, back and forth, more times than I can with the Galaxy bus plus.
OK, so now for a quick microphone audio test.
So I am right now recording with my iPhone, used to be built in microphone and I’m underneath a highway there so you can get a good sense of the background noise. Now I’m about to switch over to the galaxy, but live.
And now I’m talking to you on the Galaxy Butterfly.
How are they found? And so these have multiple microphones that are going to be trying to pick up your voice and block out some of their background noise.
And hopefully they’re doing a good job. And so now give me a second to come up with back over to the Galaxy Buzz Bus. All right. Now, I have switched over to the galaxy, Buzz. Buzz Aldrin s compared to the Buzz Live.
I don’t know. I’m recording right now. So if we do hear a difference, there’s a pretty big drug on overhead. So, anyway, here’s a microphone test with the Samsung Galaxy bugs.
And now just some bonus stuff I want to talk about real quick.
So both of the cases that come with these do support wireless charging so you can play someone a wireless charging pad or on the back of a phone and get them backup charge. But if you do charge, don’t wire the Galaxy bus.
Plus, we’ll give you a round two hours of listening.
In just about ten minutes of a charge, but with the Galaxy Buzz Live, you will find that will only be of around an hour and a half in that same amount of time.
Not a big deal, but I just wanted to mention that and both of these do have dedicated gaming modes so you can turn these on using the app. And this only works with Samsung phones and tablets.
And then the Galaxy bus plus do give you more options when it comes to colors because they come in white, red, black cloud, blue and over blue.
And there’s even a BTX color, which I think is purple.
And then also with the Galaxy Buzz live, they only come in three colors. So you get mystic bronze, mystic black and mistick white. And then both of these do have a little bit of a sheen to them. So they will be a little shiny compared to other earbuds.
But the Galaxy Buzz Live will stick out a little bit more because like the entire surface is going to be shinier. OK, so now my final verdict.
So, again, this video is trying to help you make your decision.
So depending on what features you want, you may go the other way. But me personally, right now, I’m kind of feeling the galaxy buzz live a little bit more as far as how they feel and how they sound.
But one thing you should know is that there is a price difference between the two is around 20 dollars a cell.
So the galaxy buzz life will cost you one hundred and seventy dollars where you can get the galaxy plus plus four, one hundred and fifty dollars.
So do with that what you want. But for right now, I want to know what you think.
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