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Get a new set of buds for music or conference calls from Amazon.ca, because you can get Samsung Galaxy Buds+ for $159.99 (regularly $199.99) with free shipping -- a savings of $40.00!

Originally released in February 2020, Galaxy Buds+ are Samsung's latest-generation truly-wireless earbuds with improved microphones and better battery life compared to the first-generation. For reference, $159.99 is the second-lowest historical low price, while they're currently $199.99 at Best Buy and Samsung. Other product features include:

  • Truly wireless Bluetooth headphones free you from the tangle of cords
  • In-ear headphones sit comfortably and deliver sound directly into your ears
  • Sound technology by AKG delivers deep bass and detailed highs for a rich, full audio experience
  • Sound isolating design blocks external noise so you can enjoy your tunes
  • Adaptive three microphone system makes your calls clear and easy to follow
  • Ambient Sound Mode lets you control how much surrounding noise you want to let in
  • Up to 11 hours of battery life on a single charge, with up to an extra hour of battery life after charging for just three minutes

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    • Clement wrote: Don't think this is an ATL by any means but I think close to it at least.

      With Buds Live out, I was waiting to see these drop and finally got a decent price drop from the ~$175 it was floating at for the last little while.




      Good price, buds plus MSRP is 199 as the live is 249.

      As of time of this post, only black and white were at the 159.99 price.
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    • I just received my pair of Samsung Buds +, and after 30 mins of use, i can say that they are pretty awesome. Not sure why some individuals are being so harsh on the sounds quality; they either have a defective product (which can happen due to QC factory issues) or they are wearing them wrong (inside out?!).
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    • AluraActon wrote: I just received my pair of Samsung Buds +, and after 30 mins of use, i can say that they are pretty awesome. Not sure why some individuals are being so harsh on the sounds quality; they either have a defective product (which can happen due to QC factory issues) or they are wearing them wrong (inside out?!).
      or maybe they're comparing them to audiophile quality equipment which will obviously never measure up.

      I've read good things about them, can't wait.
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    • hjkimbrian wrote: i want to try it, but looks like it doesn't have multi-device support?
      https://www.droid-life.com/2020/02/21/s ... abilities/

      been looking for a pair of earbuds with a decent mic that also can connect to computers/phones.
      I got my buds a couple of weeks ago and they've worked wonderfully for work calls (work laptop), streaming (personal laptop) and on both my Galaxy S9+ and S20+

      To my knowledge, you can only connect to one device at a time. But switching from one to another is quick enough and hasn't proved to be problematic for me
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    • I'm assuming these don't have ANC even though some of the description would indicate similar capabilities.
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    • StatlerSays wrote: I'm assuming these don't have ANC even though some of the description would indicate similar capabilities.
      No these do not have ANC. The new Buds Live do, but I'm hearing it doesn't work well at all.

      These do have good sound isolation though which can work better then ANC at times.
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    • Is there a significant delay when watching videos on Windows? I tried the original buds but the audio wasn't synced and was off-putting. I know there will obviously be a slight delay because of bluetooth, though it was notably higher compared to using my AirPods.
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    • leeanne81 wrote: I got my buds a couple of weeks ago and they've worked wonderfully for work calls (work laptop), streaming (personal laptop) and on both my Galaxy S9+ and S20+

      To my knowledge, you can only connect to one device at a time. But switching from one to another is quick enough and hasn't proved to be problematic for me
      thanks, that's helpful. guess the days of people calling me on lync are over
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    • The Destroyer wrote: No these do not have ANC. The new Buds Live do, but I'm hearing it doesn't work well at all.

      These do have good sound isolation though which can work better then ANC at times.
      I think it's because the Buds Live are open ear concept which buds don't seal the eardrum, so outside sound leaks into the canal.

      Hard press to spend $250 on Buds Live when they haven't nailed it.
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    • banana9 wrote: Is there a significant delay when watching videos on Windows? I tried the original buds but the audio wasn't synced and was off-putting. I know there will obviously be a slight delay because of bluetooth, though it was notably higher compared to using my AirPods.
      It does have a delay when using it on my Windows PC.
      Tried tweaking a lot of settings on Windows and couldnt get it to improve.

      Same also happens on Buds Live.
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    • How do these compare to air pods?
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    • ronli_84 wrote: It does have a delay when using it on my Windows PC.
      Tried tweaking a lot of settings on Windows and couldnt get it to improve.

      Same also happens on Buds Live.
      interesting. I've been trying the buds+ for the last few hours (just received them today), haven't really noticed much if at all any audio latency.

      could be something to do with your bluetooth receiver?
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    • How do these buds fit? I have trouble using buds in general because they either fall out or make my ears uncomfortable because of the pressure. I'm tempted but really don't want to drop $180 on something I wouldn't want to use.
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    • Clement wrote: interesting. I've been trying the buds+ for the last few hours (just received them today), haven't really noticed much if at all any audio latency.

      could be something to do with your bluetooth receiver?
      Mine is a Intel AX200 wifi/Bluetooth card in a Razer Blade 15 windows laptop.

      It is quite noticable when you are watching the lips of the presenter in an YouTube video.

      I did try a different Sony earbuds SP510 and that one does not have the same lag.
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    • can someone explain why wireless earphones like these and airpods cost so much?
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    • There's a setting in the Galaxy wearable app that lets you reduce audio delay. I think it's under labs. Edit: It's called "Gaming Mode"
      tomato72 wrote: can someone explain why wireless earphones like these and airpods cost so much?
      Engineering resources and material costs to miniaturize parts, have it sound good, fine-tune sound profiles, microphones. It's why a phone can cost $2000 but you can buy a new laptop with a bigger screen, a faster processor for less money.
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    • Will these fit small ears? My wife has tiny ears so most earbuds don't stay fit...
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    • These were even cheaper at my local costco, closer to $130 iirc. I'll try to snap a photo next time I'm in there.
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    • DoubleJesus wrote: These were even cheaper at my local costco, closer to $130 iirc. I'll try to snap a photo next time I'm in there.
      Costco doesn't carry the Buds+. Only the first gen Buds, thus the cheaper price.

      I use these with an iPhone and they still work really well. I switched over from the Jabra Elite 65T and have been really happy with the sound profile, sound isolation, and mic quality.
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