Samsung Electronics said on Monday that their Galaxy Buds Pro wireless earbuds also work for those who have hearing problems. According to Samsung, a research published last week in Clinical and Experimental Otorhinolaryngology (CEO), a well-known scientific journal devoted to research related to ear, nose and throat, suggested that the Ambient Sound feature included in the Galaxy Buds Pro Helpful, which is mild to moderate hearing loss.
Its ambient sound feature has the ability to amplify the surrounding sound up to 20 decibels. Four levels have been given in these, by selecting which users can adjust the sound around them according to their own. The company said that this research was done in collaboration with Samsung Medical Center in Seoul.
According to a report by the Yonhap news agency, the company has been working towards detecting the impact of mobile devices on hearing ability for the last ten years and improving the sound experience for users. Samsung said, “The research assessed the hearing aid machine, a personal sound amplification product, and the impact of the Galaxy Buds Pro.”
The research first tested TR wireless earbuds to be potentially beneficial in people with mild to moderate hearing loss, and through which to potentially improve the lives of 150 million people around the world suffering from this problem. were thought.
The Galaxy Buds Pro, Personal Sound Amplification Product and Hearing Aid went through three tests – electroacoustic assessment, sound amplification evaluation and a clinical performance evaluation.
According to the company, the Galaxy Buds Pro Sound Pressure Level, Frequency Range, Equivalent Input Noise and Total Harmonic Distortion in Electroacoustic Assessment met all four performance criteria.
When it came to sound amplification evaluation, it tested seven different frequencies. It showed the same appropriate level of amplification in all devices.
Similarly, in clinical performance evaluation, the level of hearing of people with and without the device was researched as well as their ability to recognize words and sentences. These figures ranged between 1,000 Hz, 2,000 Hz and 6,000 Hz. The age of the people involved in the research was around 63 years of age.
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