Music has always been close to my heart. Thanks to its amazing thrill, I'm able to keep myself chilled out all the time. To ensure I enjoy every song to the fullest, I make sure adjust music equalizer on my iPhone. Luckily, it's quite simple to fine tune music equalizer based on specific track on the iOS device.

While some equalizer settings rev up the bass notes, others make the higher frequencies more exciting. I like to adjust equalizer perfectly in accordance with the type of song I'm listening to. As for instance, whenever I'm listening to rock and roll music, I like to have heavy bass. Let me show you how you can equalize music on your iPhone and iPad.

How to Adjust Music Equalizer on iPhone and iPad

How to Adjust Music Equalizer on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. If you have headphone or speaker, connect it to your iOS device in order to enjoy music at its very best.

(Check out: best Bluetooth headphones for iPhone 7/7 Plus and Best AirPods alternatives.)

Next, you need to queue up the track that you wish to equalize in the Music app.

Step #2. Now, open Settings app → Tap on Music.

Tap on Settings then Music on iPhone

Step #3. Next, you have to tap on EQ located under the Playback section.

Tap on EQ Under Playback in iPhone Music App Settings

Step #4. Now, scroll through the equalizer settings to select the one you like. Currently, there are 23 equalizer settings available.

Adjust Music Equalizer on iPhone and iPad

How to Turn off Equalizer in Music App on iPhone and iPad

Your selected equalizer will continue to work as long as your headphones or speakers are connected. You can turn it off at any time if you longer want it.

Step #1. Open Settings app on your iOS device → Scroll down and tap on Music.

Tap on Settings then Music on iPhone

Step #2. Tap on EQ under Playback.

Tap on EQ Under Playback in iPhone Music App Settings

Step #3. Finally, select OFF.

Turn off Equalizer in Music App on iPhone and iPad

That's it!

Now, make the most of this simple yet pretty effective tip to liven up your music time. Make sure to choose the equalizer based on what you are listening so that the song would be able to feel the pulse of your joy.

As we are talking about music, I would like to recommend you to read some of the interesting stories which you may want to check out: best EQ Apps for iPhone, best Apple Music alternatives, best Music app alternatives, best iPhone apps to discover music, and best DJ apps.

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