Google is releasing an replace for its Pixel Buds A-Sequence wi-fi headphones, which can add a bass slider, a loudness compensation setting for higher bass and treble response at low volumes, and a pleasant connectivity enchancment (via Droid-Life). On condition that the buds are solely $99 (or free, should you received them with a Pixel 6 or 6 Pro preorder), it’s good to see Google including new options by way of software program updates.
As we learned earlier today, the Pixel Buds can be getting extra management over the bass response. The buds had a “bass boost” option before, however now you’ll be capable of flip up the bass utilizing a four-step slider — and you may even flip it down a notch if that’s what you favor.
Google additionally says that if the Pixel Buds A-Sequence can’t connect with the final system you used them with, they’ll attempt to fall again to the system they have been linked to earlier than that. For instance, should you have been utilizing the buds along with your laptop computer that’s at the moment off, they might connect with your telephone mechanically if you take them out of the case should you had them linked to your telephone earlier than utilizing them along with your pc.
Google says that the replace, model 282, ought to be “rolling out over the approaching days” and can set up mechanically should you’re utilizing a Pixel operating Android 10 or increased or should you’re utilizing any telephone with Android 6 or above that has the Pixel Buds app put in (so long as it has permission to see close by units). In the event you don’t like ready for computerized updates, Google does present directions on how to manually check for an update as properly.