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How to adjust the bass and treble on your Echo Buds


We love how customizable the Echo Buds are. From controlling the Active Noise Reduction to playing or pausing a track, there are a lot of ways you can make the Buds do your bidding. Did you know that you can also control the EQ settings for your Echo Buds in the Amazon Alexa app? You can turn up the bass or adjust the treble to your heart’s content. Read on and we’ll show you how!

Products used in this guide

  • Easy EQ controls: Amazon Echo Buds ($130 at Amazon)

How to change the EQ controls on your Echo Buds

Open your Echo Buds case and put the Buds in your ears.
Open the Alexa app, and notice the Echo Buds quick settings.
Scroll down to the Audio Control section and tap on Equalizer.

From the Equalizer screen you can adjust the Base, Mid, and Treble to suit your personal tastes.


We told you it was easy to adjust your EQ settings! Now that you know how it’s done, you can go back and tweak the settings per song or genre whenever you want.

Our top equipment picks

If you were on the fence about picking up a pair of Echo Buds for yourself, read all about why we love them in our review, and then grab a pair for yourself or your loved ones for the holidays.

Alexa in your ear

Echo Buds


$130 at Amazon $130 at Best Buy

Alexa breaks out

The Amazon Echo Buds offer great sound, Alexa access, and custom controls for a solid wireless earbud experience.

The Echo Buds are a great, affordable pair of wireless earbuds that have a surprising amount of customization in the app controls. Alexa can help you with your daily tasks or change music for you on the fly, and you’ll be surprised how useful the EQ features are in crafting that “just right” sound!

Additional Equipment

If you haven’t already, why not sign up for one of these great music streaming services that you can control with Alexa via your Echo Buds?

Amazon Music Unlimited


From $8 per month at Amazon

Amazon Music Unlimited offers over 40 million songs, special exclusives, and tailored playlists and stations. It’s already affordable, but Amazon Prime members can even get some money off.

Apple Music


From $10 per month at Apple

Apple Music is one of the top streaming services, and can be easily connected to and controlled by your Echo Buds and other Echo devices.


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