Part 1. How to Use Spotify Equalizer on Mobile Phones
An equalizer refers to a device used in equalization for processing of audio singles. This technology was initially used in recording studios but becomes popular later. By manipulating the frequencies and adjusting different elements of sound, it can make the audio appeals to the listeners. To set the Spotify equalizer, you don't need extra hardware or software, just use the the built-in feature. It works well for iPhone 5/6/7/8/X, iPad, iPod Touch and Android phones such as Galaxy S9, Note 8, LG G7, Huawei P10 and so on.
Use the Equalizer on iOS
Step 1. Launch Spotify on your iPhone, click the "Library" icon in the lower-right corner and then tap "Settings" gear icon in the top-right corner.
Step 2. Next, you can tap "Playback" > "Equalizer", you will see the popup "Equalizer" window.
Step 3. You can select one genre of style you like from the a bunch of presets such as Acoustic, Bass Reducer, Classical, Deep, Electronic, Flat, Hip-Hop, Flat, Jazz, Latin, Piano, Pop, R&B, Spoken Word, Treble Booster etc. Or you can drag the data points up and down from the 60Hz, 150Hz, 400Hz, 1KHz, 2.4KHz, or 15KHz frequencies.
Step 4. When it is done, you you notice the difference of the songs played in the Spotify app.
Set Spotify Equalizer on Android
Step 1. Go ahead to launch Spotify app on your Android device, then tap "Library" > "Settings" to open the settings Window.
Step 2. Scroll the window down until you see the "Music Quality" and then tap the "Equalizer" below it.
Step 3. You will receive a warning pop up "Equalizer can alter volume unexpectedly on some devices. If you experience problems, please disable it.", just tick the option “Don't show me this again".
Step 4. Then you can change the music band you like from a series of presets and adjust the frequencies in the same way like you do on iOS devices.
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