Why Is One Bluetooth Earbud Louder Than The Other

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FAQs

Adjust headphone balance or enable ‘Mono…

Adjust headphone balance or enable ‘Mono Audio’

  1. Head to ‘Settings’. Head to ‘Settings’.
  2. Select ‘Accessibility’. Select ‘Accessibility’. …
  3. There, you should find a slider to shift speaker balance either left or right.
  4. If this doesn’t work, you can also check the ‘Mono Audio’ feature.

Clean out both earbuds carefully and…

Try giving both of the earphones a thorough cleaning to see if it makes a difference. To achieve this goal, you can either make use of a clean cloth or a q-tip. Isopropyl alcohol, when used in small amounts, can be safely applied to surfaces in order to remove stubborn grime and produce a cleaner appearance.

Dirty headphones could be the reason…

It’s possible that dirty headphones are to blame for the volume being lower on one side of the headphones than the other.

If your headphones are protected by mesh, dust can easily enter and become trapped inside, where it is impossible to see or move.

Sound waves can have their flow interrupted by dust. You should check to see if you can clean the inside of the mesh before you throw them away.


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