Apple AirPods designed to work with them effortlessly, so they even automatically connect to your iPhone or iPad, just opening the case. But not uncommon problem with volume up on them, namely, you cannot make them loud enough to satisfy yourself.
There are several reasons why your AirPods may not generate enough sound. Read on to find out how to make your airpods louder.
Why are your AirPods not playing loud enough
Why your AirPods are not playing loud enough single tablets to solve the problem with the volume AirPods does not exist. There are a number of possible reasons why your AirPods may be too quiet, and this can be frustrating because, unlike most headphones, there is no volume control, so it might seem like your hands are tied. In fact, there are a number of potential problems. The speakers on your headphones may be dirty, for example, which interferes with the sound, or your iPhone has several different sound settings that may be incorrectly configured. If you switched to this topic by request repair ordinary headphones, I advise you to read the detailed manual “How to fix broken headphones yourself“.
How to increase the volume on AirPods
With one exception, each troubleshooting step in finding a sound fix on AirPods is quick and easy. You can try each of them and very quickly check whether it solves your problems with sound. Try each one of them and if this does not solve your problem, proceed to the next potential solution.
1. Try increasing the volume on your iPhone. This may seem obvious, but AirPods doesn’t have a volume control, so you have to rely on volume control of your iPhone, to set the sound level louder. This is a good place to start, because you might have skipped the volume control on your phone, if the sound is too low try to do it.
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2. Turn off low power mode. If your iPhone is in low power mode, this may affect some non-critical systems, which can lead to playing sound at a lower volume, than usual. Turn off low power mode and try using your AirPods with your iPhone in standard power mode.
3. Make sure your AirPods are charged. If your AirPods have a very low charge, they can behave badly. Charge them for one or two hours, and then test the sound again.
4. Turn off any equalizer (EQ) settings. Most equalizer settings make sound play through AirPods quieter. Surprisingly, even those with “Booster” in their names sound noticeably quieter. For this reason, it is better to try turning off the equalizer.
5. Turn off volume control. For your hearing protection, iPhone has additional volume control, which limits the phone’s maximum volume to slightly lower than its true maximum volume. If your AirPods are not loud enough, You must turn off the volume limit to help you recover the missing volume.
6. Calibrate the sound between iPhone and AirPods. Perhaps your phone and AirPods have two completely different understandings of what should be minimum and maximum volume.
1) While playing music through AirPods completely lower the volume on the iPhone.
2) Turn off bluetooth, start playing music so that it comes out of the iPhone speaker, and lower the volume of the iPhone again until it stops.
3) Turn on Bluetooth and reconnect AirPods, then adjust the volume to see if this solves your sound problem.
7. Make sure both earphones are set to the same volume., since you may have configured the “Availability»IPhone to play two ears at different levels. Go to “Settings” > “The main” > “Universal access“, Then go down to the section”Hearing»Make sure the slider is balanced, with the button in the middle between L and R.
eight. Clean Your AirPods. If none of the sound settings fixed the sound issue, your headphones may need to be cleaned well. Because AirPods spends a lot of time in the ears, the speaker grill tends to get covered in earwax. If you see growths, their thorough cleaning can make noticeable changes.
nine. Reconnect AirPods to your phone. Go to “Settings” > “Bluetooth“, Click the circle”i“To the right of the AirPod name, then click”Forget this device“. Then set up and reconnect your AirPods to your iPhone or iPad.