It is said that there are some references from South Korea, who claim that the news her wireless headphones Samsung, Galaxy Buds Pro, cause ear problems of users. According to a report by CCTV News, many Korean users reported that their ears showed various symptoms after using the Samsung wireless headset.
In response, the company said that the product passed many tests and certified according to international standards, before being placed on the market. These tests have shown that the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro headphones do not contain harmful substances in their design. In addition, the company claims that since the headphones are placed inside the ear, sweating or dampness can cause problems similar to those reported by users.
Earlier, there were other reports from China which said that Galaxy Buds Pro cause blisters and inflammation in the ears of users. Some believe that to ensure the effect of noise reduction, Samsung designed the earplugs in such a way that they are very large. This could possibly irritate the skin of the ear.
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In this regard, Samsung confirmed the possibility of discomfort due to the structure of the handset. The company recommends to users to clean and disinfect the headphones regularly.
In addition, according to consumer reviews, problems and inflammation in the ears may be due to allergies in the headphone hardware. Samsung details the headset materials on its official site. Therefore, users should be informed about the materials to be sure that any problem is not due to an allergy.