Galaxy phones such as the S8, Note 9, and S10 series are better known for their OLED displays and advanced cameras, but they are a strength to be reckoned with Audio. In fact, flagship S9 speakers feature AKG-tuned stereo speakers and a host of software enhancements that make listening to music a truly enjoyable experience.
By default, many of these audio settings are not enabled, and are pretty hidden in the Settings app in a UI. So you'll need to do some digging to turn it on and get the most from your Galaxy speakers and headphones. That's why we've put together nine audio settings that you now need to adjust to get the best possible sound.
# 1. Switching Dolby Atmos Quickly
Turning on Dolby Atmos causes a big difference in sound quality and makes for a richer, more balanced audio that seems to surround you. Regardless of whether you use headphones or use your phone's speakers, you should definitely use Dolby Atmos.
Settings -> Sounds and Vibration -> Advanced Sound Settings ->
Sound quality and effects -> Dolby Atmos
As good as this option may be, the comfort is not necessarily its strength (as shown in the menu tree above). Luckily, you can still access Dolby Atmos through the galaxy's Quick Settings menu.
If you want to more easily access and activate Dolby Atmos, swipe down from the top twice to fully display the "Quick Settings" window, and then tap. Click the three-button menu button next to the settings icon, and click on "Button Order" in the popup. From there, simply drag the Quick Settings tile for Dolby Atmos to the desired location and tap Done to make your changes.
You can not only turn Dolby Atmos directly on and off, but also on this tile for a long time Press the Quick Settings button to fine-tune the setting page of the function. As a result, you no longer have to rummage in the settings of your galaxy.
# 2. Creating a Custom Audio Profile with Adapt Sound
The function can be called up via the above menu. Either choose a profile that suits your age group, or tap Add Personalized Sound Profile to start the listening test and customize the sound for your ears. Then follow the instructions to preview and save your audio profile. Run the tests only in a very quiet location so you can focus on the beeps for the best results.