Adjust Bass Windows 10 / Bass Boost Windows 10
Maybe you know this problem. Listening to music with a laptop is hardly fun, because without bass the songs sound like they came out of a metal bucket. But you can adjust bass in Windows 10 and get a little more out of your device. By this change you can also use simple headphones. And switching on the Bass Booster in Windows 10 is not difficult, because Windows automatically provides the desired function. It’s just important to know where to find it. Therefore we want to show you how to find the Windows 10 Bass Boost and how to activate it. By doing so you might also know a great feature of Windows that you can show to your friends. Because let’s be honest: Who doesn’t like more bass in his favorite songs. So let’s go!
Important: Choose Bass Boost in Windows 10 wisely!
At first this sounds like advice from your grandparents, but you should be a little careful. Most speakers can do more than they offer in the default settings. But you should not overdo it. Too high settings with high volume can damage the speaker membranes and cause the speakers to break down completely. So it is best to start slowly.
- In Windows, open the search in the taskbar
- Enter “Sound settings”
- Select “Sound Control Panel” on the right
- Select the speakers and go to “Properties” at the bottom
- Switch to the “Enhancements” tab
- Enable the bass boost by checking the box and go to “Settings” at the bottom
- Set the “Frequency” to 50 Hz and the “Boost Level” to 15 dB (only a recommendation, other values are possible)
- Press “OK” and in the previous window press “Apply”
Important: If you can’t find the Enhancements tab, we’ve also made a tutorial on what to do if the Windows 10 Sound Enhancements tab is missing. Check it out!
As you can see the bass adjustment in Windows 10 is easy once you know where the function is hidden. But we would like to make it clear that we are not liable for the Bass Booster on the PC in Windows 10. It is therefore recommended to turn down the volume at the beginning and test slowly if the chosen setting is ok. This will not only protect the speakers, but also your nerves and your wallet in case of doubt. With these tips we wish you lots of fun and good music! If you need more help, have a look at the other Windows tutorials.
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