Google Pixel Buds Professional gets an interesting new characteristic by way of its most current firmware update

In spite of remaining announced early previous year, spatial audio operation failed to debut together with Google’s personal Pixel Buds Professional. Alternatively, it initially showed up together with the OnePlus Buds Pro 2, and its implementation left a ton to be desired. However, a leak from very last month mentioned the Pixel Buds Professional would get the functionality before long. That day is lastly on us, as verified by Google’s blog post.

For the uninitiated, spatial audio tracks the position of your head relative to the earbuds and adjusts the seem accordingly. It aims to provide a theatre-like multimedia experience. People have to perform a a single-time head-monitoring set up for the feature to work. Pixel Buds Professional consumers can get advantage of spatial audio soon after putting in firmware version 4.30, which is now rolling out all over the world.

It is critical to be aware that not all smartphones, which include the Pixel A series, will assistance the element. The product wants to have Android 13 with spatial audio enabled. Google’s formal record of devices consists of the Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. Non-Pixel consumers must verify with their manufacturer for compatibility. Furthermore, spatial audio is locked powering the Opus/AAC/LDAC Bluetooth codecs and will not get the job done with Qualcomm aptX and aptX High definition.

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