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Mark Peters : June 23th 2017 - 21:30 CET

Tips and tricks for Galaxy S8 audio features


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SamsungHow to get the best Galaxy S8 sound experience : Samsung has published tips and tricks for Galaxy S8 owners who want to get the most out of their mobile handset. A phone’s audio capabilities can not only affect the quality of a call, but can also make or break one’s mobile entertainment experience. Which is exactly why Samsung Electronics has incorporated new and improved audio features, functions and controls into the Galaxy S8 series. Recognizing the importance of premium sound quality, Samsung engineers equipped the Galaxy S8 with Ultra High Quality (UHQ) Audio Playback capabilities with UHQ 32-bit and DSD support. This, along with support for digital recordings up to 32 bit/384kHz, ensures that the smartphone can reproduce the full range of sound from recordings that have been mastered from better than CD quality music sources.
Tips for Galaxy S8

Tips for Galaxy S8
The Galaxy S8 does not down-sample (or compress) audio files, so the user can experience music and sound much closer to the original recording. Recording quality, too, has also been improved thanks to the High Acoustic Overload Point (AOP) Mic that minimizes distortion in noisy environments.

The all-new Dual Bluetooth Audio feature provides users with the facility to simultaneously stream audio to two sets of headphones or speakers, while also allowing them to control the volume of the outputs separately. (Path on your Galaxy phone: Settings > Connections > Bluetooth).

The new Separate app sound function permits users to simultaneously broadcast sounds from two individual apps using their Galaxy S8 smartphone and a separate electronic device. This means that, for example, a user may listen to GPS navigation via their Galaxy S8’s speaker while streaming music to their car’s Bluetooth audio system at the same time. The volume of the audio, meanwhile, can also be controlled independently. (Path on your Galaxy phone: Settings > Sounds and vibration > Separate app sound).

Galaxy S8 audio features

Galaxy S8 additional audio features
There’s nothing worse than having to make or take a call in a noisy environment, such as a crowded café or heavily-trafficked street. But the Galaxy S8’s Extra volume feature makes it possible to increase the call volume without sacrificing sound quality by simply tapping an icon, right from the call screen.

Galaxy S8 voice recorder

To better capture an interview using the Galaxy S8’s Voice Recorder app, users can activate Interview mode. In this mode, sounds near the top and bottom of the phone are amplified, while those closer to the sides are suppressed to ensure the voices of both the interviewer and interviewee are crisp and clear.

To enhance the sound resolution of music and videos even further, users can activate the UHQ upscaler via the Entertainment Mode settings menu. (Path on your Galaxy phone: Settings >Device Maintenance >Performance Mode>Entertainment).

Galaxy S8 sound profiles

Galaxy S8 sound profiles
The Galaxy S8’s Adapt Sound 6.0 function has been improved with new Preset and Advanced modes to allow for enhanced audio personalization. Clinical research and statistical analysis of people’s hearing patterns were used to develop three preset sound profiles optimized for people by age: under 30 years, between 30 and 60 years, and over 60 years.

Users can select a preset profile according to their age, or opt to use the Advanced mode to test their hearing and find the best sound for them. The Galaxy S8 will then automatically adjust the audio output for calls, music and video based on their specific needs so they can enjoy a truly tailor-made audio experience. (Path on your Galaxy phone: Settings > Sounds and vibration > Sound quality and effects).

Tricks for Galaxy S8

The latest Galaxy flagship is also backed by Sound Alive 4.1, a tool that gives the user the ultimate control over sound quality and effects. The tool features an easy-to-use, 9-band Equalizer with six pre-set options to tweak the phone’s audio; a UHQ Upscaler to enhance sound resolution; and Surround, Tube Amp Pro and Concert hall effects. (Path on your Galaxy phone: Settings > Sounds and vibration > Sound quality and effects).

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For the Galaxy S8, Samsung worked with Harman to create AKG-tuned earphones that deliver pure, superior sound. Included as an in-box accessory, the new high-performance earphones have dual drivers - 11 and 8 millimeters - to offer uncompromised audio for unbeatable sound quality.

In addition, the earphones have a comfortable hybrid canal fit for improved noise cancellation and are made from anti-tangle, metal-fabric material.




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