There’s no doubting that, despite their diminutive size, the Powerbeats Pro are audio powerhouses.
These wireless earphones are pricey, but there are methods to get the most out of them.
You might be wondering, “How do I modify Powerbeats Pro settings?” while you consider how to do this. Is it that simple?
As it turns out, you can fiddle with the settings to some level, allowing you to get the best out of your earbuds.
However, you may do so by adjusting the audio volumes of the Powerbeats Pro from your iPhone or iPad.
Once you’ve gotten into those settings, you may play around with the equalization (also known as EQ) and other levels to fine-tune the sound to your preference.
Is it possible to change the equalizer on the Powerbeats Pro?
When you use your Powerbeats Pro with your iPhone or iPad, you can alter the audio settings to accentuate soft noises and adjust certain frequencies. The equalizer (EQ) will be adjustable using the Custom Audio Setup. There are a few additional things you can do to improve the sound quality of your Powerbeats Pro.
I discovered ways to set up your earphones’ accommodations, use Custom Audio Setup, manually alter your audio settings, and even use the audiogram data from the Health app to customize audio settings as I experimented with settings.
If you, like me, have hearing problems or simply want the music from your Powerbeats Pro to be flawless, you can use some of these approaches, such as tweaking the EQ on your iPhone or iPad, to achieve the desired audio quality.
Is it possible to alter the EQ on Beats headiPadphones?
Using Headphone Accommodations in iOS and iPadOS 14 and later, you can completely modify the equalizer (EQ) on your Powerbeats Pro headphones.
Illy rather simple to do so, but you’ll need to have the most recent version of iOS or iPadOS installed to do so properly.
Before you continue, make sure you have the most recent version installed.
Is it possible to change the bass on Beats?
If your bass is a little too tinny (a typical complaint among Powerbeats Pro users), utilize Bass Booster under EQ to boost the quality of your bass.
Once you’ve messed around with the audio settings, it’s actua simple.
Here’s how to go about it:
- On your iPhone or iPad, open the Settings app.
- Scroll down to Music and tap it.
- Tap on EQ after going to Playback.
- Select Bass Booster from the drop-down menu.
This method can also be used to lower the bass.
You can also fiddle with a few more bass-related settings until your earbuds produce the sound you like.
Pop, Electronic, and Rock are a few other bass-boosting settings I recommend testing.
How do I put up a custom headphone setup?
You can tweak your settings if you want to improve the sound coming from your earbuds.
This is how you can go about doing it:
- Make sure your device is running the most recent version of iOS or iPadOS.
- Accessibility > Audio/Visual > Headphone Accommodations can be found under Settings > Accessibility > Audio/Visual > Headphone Accommodations. Turn on your Headphone Accommodations after that.
- Choose how you want your audio settings to be applied:
- If you want your customized settings to apply to phone calls, FaceTime calls, and any third-party video call apps, turn on Phone.
- To apply these settings to music, movies, podcasts, audiobooks, Siri, voicemail, and Live Listen, turn on Media
4. Customize your headphone audio settings by:
- Using the Custom Audio Configuration. (You’ll be able to listen to audio samples and choose the ones that appeal to you the most.) After that, you’ll be able to use the suggested custom settings based on your choices.)
- Using data from the Health app’s audiogram.
- Changing your audio settings manually.
What is Custom Audio Setup and how do I utilize it?
- If you wish to use Custom Audio Setup, follow these instructions:
- To begin, restore your current audio configurations to their default defaults by doing the following steps:
- EQ can be found by going to Settings > Music > EQ. To turn Music EQ off, go to Settings > Music EQ > Off.
- Accessibility > Audio/Visual can be found by going to Settings > Accessibility > Audio/Visual. Adjust the Balance slider next. The balance of the audio volume should be set to the center.
- When you’re in a completely silent environment, connect your Powerbeats Pro.
- Accessibility > Audio/Visual > Headphone Accommodations can be found under Settings > Accessibility > Audio/Visual > Headphone Accommodations. Then select Custom Audio Setup from the drop-down menu.
- Follow the steps on your computer screen. When you’re finished, tap Use Custom Settings to use the custom settings that the system has recommended based on your choices. You can return to the usual, default settings at any moment.
What can I do with the audiogram data that I got from the Health app?
If you wish to use your audiogram from the Health app, simply select Custom Audio Setup, then Use Audiogram.
If you have a nearly symmetrical audiogram, Headphone Accommodations will take the average of both ears and match the left and right audio channels to that profile.
The left and right channels will, of course, be fitted to your better ear if your audiogram is asymmetrical.
Is it possible to change my audio settings manually?
From the Headphone Audio screen, you can make manual adjustments to your audio settings.
You can adjust the tone and amplification to your preferences.
You can hear an audio sample by tapping on Play Sample while using your current audio settings.
After that, you can choose how you wish to alter your settings.
All you have to do to modify the audio volume balance between the left and right channels are:
- Accessibility > Audio/Visual can be found under Settings > Accessibility > Audio/Visual.
- Make whatever adjustments to the Balance slider that you want.
If you have the most recent version of iOS or iPadOS installed on your listening device, enhancing the EQ on your Powerbeats Pro is pretty straightforward.
You can adjust the audio settings to your liking to have the best possible listening experience.
That is something that all types of listeners would appreciate.