Are you getting the most out of expensive headphones on an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch?
You're probably never going to get a recording studio perfect sound from your iOS device, but there are little tricks and tweaks that you can perform to maximise your iPhone bass and more (also applying to iPad and iPod etc.)
If even expensive headphones are sounding"tinny" on your iPhone there are methods to correct this there are a couple of dozen easy-to-select choices for sound equalization. iOS devices have a choice of 24 available pre-selected settings. Follow our brief tutorial below to learn how to improve the sound on your iPhone and other iDevices.
How to Find the iPhone EQ Settings
iPhone EQ Settings
Scroll down and tap "Music"
EQ = Equalization
Tap "EQ" to display your choices for equalization
The default is "off"
If you think the Beats headphones are too boomy and bassy for you, select "Bass Reducer."
Late Night? All Right
For the opposite effect, try "Late Night."
Of the 24 possibilities on this EQ page, see if you can find one you like.