The recent release of Google’s Pixel Feature Drop brought a host of new features to Pixel devices, including the highly anticipated Spatial Audio with head tracking. This exciting new technology offers 360-degree sound, creating a surround effect through headphones or earbuds.
What is Spatial Audio?
Spatial Audio is a revolutionary new sound format that provides a more immersive listening experience. By creating a 360-degree sound field, it allows users to experience audio as if they are in the middle of the action. This is particularly noticeable when watching movies or listening to music, and provides a cinema-like experience without the need for expensive hardware.
Apps with Spatial Audio Support
One of the most exciting aspects of Spatial Audio is the number of apps that support it. At launch, users will be able to enjoy Spatial Audio on Netflix, YouTube, Google TV, and HBOMax. This means that a vast array of content will be available to users, from blockbuster movies to popular TV shows and music videos.
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Using Spatial Audio on Pixel Buds Pro
For those lucky enough to own a pair of Pixel Buds Pro, the experience of using Spatial Audio will be even better. The “head tracking” feature of Spatial Audio will be available within the Pixel Buds Pro settings, providing an even more immersive listening experience. This feature works best with tracks mixed for Dolby Atmos, so be sure to look out for this type of content to get the most out of your Pixel Buds Pro.
Spatial Audio with head tracking will be available on Pixel Buds Pro from January 2021. Be sure to update your device to the latest software to take advantage of this exciting new feature. Get ready to experience audio like never before with Spatial Audio on Pixel Buds Pro.