For ipod touch there is a huge need for eq because Spotify bypasses the regular Apple Sound Settings.
I use high end headphones but need to be able to fintune the settings so I can enjoy my music and tech equally.So please, please make an EQ for the spotify app
First at all, truly sorry for the delay on updating this idea, we know it has been here for a while..Sometimes we need to prioritize, because we have a lot of ideas coming in every day.
We here you loud and clear, and we are going to mark this as "Under Consideration". The team is working now on it and thinking of the best way to make it happen. So check this thread out for next updates!
Thanks a lot for your feedback and contribution, we really appreciate this at Spotify :)
There's a good reason Apple are so successful - they understand about what people want.
One thing people want is an equalizer. iTunes has one. When will Spotify?
Completely agree on this. My built in Android player has one, why the heck doesn't spotify. Half the music on Spotify (using munitio headphones) sounds high in treble, but low in bass. Which kinda sucks when you are listening to dubstep. This is a much needed feature. And don't make it some pathetic equalizer, needs to be quality.
PLEASE ADD AN EQ FOR THE CLIENT AS WELL AS THE MOBILE APP! ALL IT NEEDS FOR SPOTIFY TO BE PERFECT!
Equalify works well...if you have a PC. It doesn't help those of us using OSX or other platforms.
There's still a need for a Spotify EQ for a good swath of users.
Would be very nice to have the iOS equalizer settings to work with the spotify app too.
I would also welcome the option of having some control over the way the music is played over my sound system. The means to do so seems to be ubiquitous in most other related software, and it seems demand for an equaliser is even driving development of third party software (eq 'Equalify'). So why not implement a native EQ function in Spotify?
I'm using Spotify a lot, but when i use my speakers or my boomblaster, the bass is too low. Please add EQ for iOS and Android! Then we can adjust the sound and bass ourselves!
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