Solved – Bluetooth Headphones too Loud on Lowest Setting iphone 15, 14, 13, 12

Many iPhone users have been reporting that the minimum sound on Bluetooth device is very loud with iPhone. In this troubleshoot we will see how to reduce the volume or if your iphone bluetooth keeps disconnecting check here.

Fix Bluetooth Headphones Too Loud on Lowest volume Setting on iPhone (iOS 14.5)

Solution 1 :- Turn On Mono Audio And Phone Noise Cancellation 

Step 1: To do this, go to the Settings app.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap on Accessibility.

Step 3: Next find and tap on Audio/Visual.

Step 4: Here turn on Mono Audio and Phone Noise Cancellation if they are turned off.

Solution 2 :- Select Loudness In Music EQ Settings 

If the lowest volume is just too loud when you want to listen Music with Noise Cancellation headphones, set Loudness in EQ Music Settings.

Step 1: First go to Settings app.

Step 2: Scroll down to find Music and tap it.

Step 3: Now tap on EQ.

Step 4: Here you have to select Loudness if any other option has selected. Then check whether the volume is getting low or not.

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Solution 3 :- Reduce Sound For One Side Earbud 

Step 1: First taking out one of the Bluetooth earbuds from your ear. Then go to Settings app.

Step 2: Next find and tap on Accessibility.

Step 3: Now tap on Audio/Visual.

Step 4: Under Balance, drag the Slider in the direction opposite to the earbud you still are wearing, which will decrease the audio in the earbud.

Solution 4 :- Turn On Sound Check Under Music 

If you are playing Music from the Apple Music, you can enable Sound Check, it will quite in down a bit. 

  1. To do this, go to Settings app.
  2. Next find and tap on Music.
  3. Here turn on Sound Check if it’s turn off. Then check volume level.

Solution 5 :- Restart Your iPhone 

  1. Open Settings app.
  2. Next tap on General.
  3. Now scroll down to bottom and tap on Shut Down.
  4. Turn  off your iPhone by dragging the Slider to Power Off Slider to right side. Then wait for few seconds and turn it back on. 

Solution 6 :- Check The Software Update 

Step 1: Make sure that your iPhone is connected to WiFi and open Settings app.

Step 2: Next find and tap on General.

Step 3: Now tap on Software Updates and it will check for update. If it’s available, tap Download and Install.

Solution 7 :- Reset All Settings 

This process resets all your customized settings to default settings. But no data and media will be deleted.

  1. Go to Settings and on your iPhone.
  2. Find and tap General.
  3. Scroll down to bottom and tap on Reset.
  4. Select Reset All Settings.
  5. Next enter the Passcode of your iPhone.
  6. In the pop-up window, tap Reset All Settings to confirm.
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