How to Adjust Audio Balance on iPhone/iPad

Are you fond of listening music? What if the audio balance gets disturbed on your iPhone producing loud enough sound in one ear and no sound in another ear? Obviously, offended! Surely, that noise would be enough to wake up seven sleepers!

Take another case, if you are running a business and you are using your iPhone music app for giving a presentation, what if the sound is too low or too high? Definitely, it won’t leave a good impression on your colleagues.

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Too loud noise can damage the hearing capability of our ears, so it’s better to adjust the audio balance in iPhone to avoid any kind of issues related to sound. Indeed, it will give you a better experience for playing music. The notable thing is that you can set the audio balance in your iPhone and simultaneously lock the settings so that any unauthorized person cannot access and change settings. Simply follow the steps below:

Step 1

Go to Settings tab.

Steps to adjust music balance on iPhone

Step 2

Scroll down and look for the “Music “icon. The screen will display multiple options for adjusting the Music app.

change music audio setting on iPhone

Step 3

Select the level of volume with the help of slider and a button according to your convenience

change level of volume on iPhone

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Step 4

Select the option, “Lock Volume Limit” to stop another person from changing these settings. The iPhone asks you for a numerical code. Provide it with that code. Although, it’s not necessary that it is same as that of unlock code for iPhone if the phone has one.

For Changing Equalizer Settings:

follow these steps:

Step 1

Go to Settings tab.

Step 2

Scroll down and look for the “Music “icon. The screen will display multiple options for adjusting the Music app.

Step 3

Click on “EQ” to see the list of equalizer settings. By default, the option is set to “off” mode, which does not change the sound quality. Select the musical style, such as, “Acoustic”, “Jazz”, or any other style which you listen quite often.

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Other settings such as, “Bass Reducer, “Vocal Booster” and “Treble Booster” can also be set. These options influence the output of low, middle and high- frequency registers.

Experiment with the settings and set according to your musical taste.

Minal Khatri

Minal Khatri

Minal Khatri is a blogger at Systweak Software. She comes up with tech solutions with her write ups and attempts to help out typical users’. Offline, she is mostly found reading about philosophies, interacting with new people and learning about different cultures.

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