In a microphone test, Pixel Buds Pro compete against AirPods Pro and Samsung’s most recent model.

Wireless earphones can make phone calls much more comfortable, however they are typically best utilized for music. But typically, that results in a decline in voice quality. In a recent microphone test, Google’s Pixel Buds Pro fight against the AirPods Pro, the market leader, and Samsung’s brand-new Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, and Google does unexpectedly well.

In our assessment of the Pixel Buds Pro, we discovered that both indoor and outdoor microphone quality was generally good. Recently, however, The Verge was able to put the Pixel Buds Pro through a rigorous microphone quality test in order to compare it to some other top choices.

The microphone test puts a variety of difficult scenarios involving a New York City boat to the test Pixel Buds Pro, AirPods Pro, Sony LinkBuds S, and Samsung’s brand-new Galaxy Buds 2 Pro. The test was divided into the following phases:

The sounds of Manhattan, boats, and a nearby helicopter pad can be heard while waiting for a ship (Pixel Buds Pro didnt participate in this test due to time) on board a boat, next to the engines the ferry’s top, which is exposed to strong winds and other loud noises Each of these situations presents a challenge for the microphones in terms of their ability to provide noise suppression as well as their ability to even pick up a speaker. The full audio tests in The Verges post can be heard, although this is the condensed version.

In the initial test, there wasn’t much of a difference between the AirPods Pro and LinkBuds, but the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro sound very, very different—and not in a good way. In the second test, Samsung’s option’s voice quality continues to deteriorate as it tries to make up for it. Here, AirPods and LinkBuds triumph once more handily, but the Pixel Buds Pro hold up reasonably well, sounding overall better than the Galaxy Buds while still obviously finding it difficult to balance the voice quality.

The Pixel Buds Pro seemed to excel outside of the ferry because, when compared to AirPods Pro, they obviously held onto the voice better and with significantly less distortion and breaking up than Apple’s.

A few recorded clips clearly demonstrate the differences between the two.
Pro AirPods
Chromecast Ultra

The results of this test showed that, despite fierce competition, Pixel Buds Pro definitely match or even surpass the top in terms of microphone quality. A cut above the rest, to paraphrase The Verge.

Of course, everything depends on the circumstances. In a recent comparison, writer Kyle Bradshaw found that the AirPods Pro’s microphones are noticeably superior to those of the Pixel Buds Pro, with the AirPods catching more depth to the audio and the Pixel Buds sounding thin. But in the end, everything is subjective. Earbud microphones are never excellent, but it’s obvious that Google has tried to keep up with the best of the best, and it’s equally obvious that it succeeds in every instance.

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