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Make iTunes sound better: How To Video

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How To Video: Make iTunes sound better

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Learn some quick and easy ways to squeeze better audio quality from Apple's iTunes music software.

A if you spend a lot of time listening to iTunes on -- tell you a few simple things you can do to improve your audio experience. First off. Investments and better headphones there's no miracle that's gonna make these sound any better. It has a roundup of great choices under fifty dollars up providing night and day difference and audio quality a good in ear headphones over the ear headphones also helped block out external -- -- So -- figured he'd killed the new music at the turn out the full volume to -- out distractions. Arctic have had figured out try to sound enhancement sending -- -- Open up iTunes preferences and select the tab for playback. The -- if sound -- box that you can check on and adjust your case. Moving the slider up seems to me if they affect a little bit more dramatic. Audio files may turn up their nose but if you like which -- here just -- -- While you're here he also -- the boxer sound check they'll automatically adjust the volume between songs that you not reason for the volume control of economy quiet song comes. Personally I keep this off but if it fixes a problem for you should use it. Especially handy if -- had music playing in your office I should also mention I can equalize. You'd think this would be in the playback anybody's actually over here under window open it up in a few pen and graphic equalizer that you can tweak to your heart's desire. You can start with a list of presets like rock -- opera classical -- -- make a manual adjustment any of them -- -- and things just the way you like. Now one cool -- that few people know about an iTunes that you actually assign different EQ preset different songs. If you know that you want the extra EQ when Led Zeppelin comes on how to do it. Select a song or group of songs and then it's -- get info from the file -- Under the options tab -- the offending -- -- preset along the drop down menu all the different presets. Okay and how it ever those songs come on the found just the way you like. The -- other -- -- -- are fine tuning I think audio experience. -- -- like this head over how to dot cnet.com. I'm Donald bell and for what we.
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