Bluetooth Headphones Too Loud

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Bluetooth Headphones Too Loud

adele2121

Plan

Premium

Country

USA

 

Device

iPhone 6s

Operating System

iOS12

 

My Question or Issue

 

Bluetooth headphones are too loud even on the lowest setting. At one notch, they’re unbearable, one notch down, they’re off. From hours of internet searching, this seems to be across brands. It would be lovely to have an in app volume adjustment that can go lower than the iPhone’s lowest settings. (After years of internet complaints, I’m not sure Apple is doing anything.) A yoga app I use called Downdog has a volume slider that makes it possible to use Bluetooth headphones without it feeling like someone is shouting into my ears. Something like that would be so great to have with Spotify.

 

Help a girl out. 

 

Also up for other real solutions

 

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landonharris88

There's, unfortunately, not another way to adjust the volume in the Spotify app, but the volume slider sounds like a good idea! I’d suggest starting a new thread in the Community Ideas Exchange.


This’ll allow other members of the Spotify community to vote and comment on it so it could be brought to the developers! 

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landonharris88

Hey @adele2121!

There's actually an option in the Spotify app. It's not a slider, and it's a little hard to find. If you go to settings>playback there's a volume level option. Try changing that to "quiet" to see if it helps. You can also change the settings in the equalizer (just a little underneath the volume level option), and just drag all of the little dots down to reduce the volume across the board! 

adele2121
Thanks for the suggestion! I did both of these things and it helps a tad
but I still find the volume too loud in a quiet space.
Marked as solution

landonharris88

There's, unfortunately, not another way to adjust the volume in the Spotify app, but the volume slider sounds like a good idea! I’d suggest starting a new thread in the Community Ideas Exchange.


This’ll allow other members of the Spotify community to vote and comment on it so it could be brought to the developers! 

snowmobeetle
This problem is marked solved, but is not solved. There's no way to reduce volume, but it would be extremely easy for spotify to address this. I've seen that thousands of people care about this issue. I pay for spotify premium, give us a -10db toggle or an in-app volume slider! It's not that hard!

Mihail

Hey @snowmobeetle,

 

Thanks for sharing your thoughts with the Community!

 

We'll make sure that your feedback reaches the right folks at our developer team. In the meantime you can follow the suggestion of @landonharris88 and take a look in our Idea Exchange and see if someone has already submitted an idea for this feature to be added and if not post your own.

 

The Idea Exchange is a great way for us to keep track of what changes our users are interested in and how popular a certain idea is. This page explains how exactly your feedback reaches Spotify.

 

Hope this was helpful for you. If you have questions, you know where to find us.

Mihail Moderator
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P29436

This is NOT a solution.  I can't believe this has been ignored.  I'm trying to protect my hearing and Spotify is telling me there is no solution other than not to use the product.

AndresM

Hey @P29436,

 

Thanks for posting on the Community.

 

We're sorry to know how you feel about this. Not to worry, we're here to help.

 

If the volume is too loud on your headphones, we recommend that you tap on the Connect icon and change the volume slider you can find below the available devices:

 

 

This slider is more sensitive than the regular volume buttons on your device, which will prevent the volume from going too loud to too low and viceversa. The slider allows you to turn the volume up and down gradually. 

 

We hope you find this info useful.

 

Remember the Community is here in case you have any questions. 

AndresMModerator
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