HOW TO ADJUST THE EQUALIZER ON YOUR IPHONE – Damean Sellar
How to Adjust The Equalizer on your iPhone –
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Let’s go to the topic, as you know You can adjust the equalizer settings on your iPhone. Some equalizer settings emphasize the bass notes (low end) in a song; other equalizer settings make the higher frequencies more apparent. Consider changing your equalizer settings depending on the type of music you’re listening to. Rock and roll and dance music tend to sound best with heavy bass, while classical and jazz might want a bit more treble. You don’t have to guess; your iPhone also offers preset equalizer selections for different kinds of music.
iPhone has a feature that allows for the adjustment of music settings to give the best music playback experience to users. You can adjust the music equalizer (EQ) on iPhone to complement the type of music that you are playing.I highly suggest that you adjust iPhone music EQ when you are using headsets.
Please follow these steps:
1: Press the Home button on your iPhone to get to the Home screen.
2: From the Home screen, open your iPhone’s Settings.
3: From Settings, scroll down and tap the Music settings.
4: You will be taken to the Music page. Tap on the EQ option under the PLAYBACK section.
5: Choose from the list of preset equalizers on your iPhone. Tap your preferred preset equalizer. A checkmark to the right of the preset EQ setting means that the said EQ is currently being selected.
6: Click the Music button at the upper-left part of the screen to get back to the previous page and save changes.
7: You have successfully changed the music equalizer (EQ) on iPhone. You can now open any music app and see the difference in audio style and quality or you can also change the list of preset equalizers while playing any music.
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By: Damean Sellar