The Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro wireless earbuds were announced earlier this month, and the South Korean company has already furnished them with their first software update, bringing a helpful feature for users with hearing impairments.
Thanks to the update, you can now take advantage of a “hearing enhancements feature”, which allows you to balance the sound between the left and right earbuds.
So, if you have hearing loss in your right ear, you could boost the left earbud to create a more balanced soundstage.
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