To change the default audio output on your iPad, you can follow these steps:
1. Open the Settings app on your iPad. It can usually be found on your home screen, represented by a gray gear icon.
2. In the Settings menu, scroll down and tap on “Accessibility.” The Accessibility options are typically located towards the middle of the list.
3. Within the Accessibility settings, you will find a section called “Audio & Visual.” Tap on it to proceed.
4. In the Audio & Visual menu, you should see an option labeled “Headphone Accommodations.” Tap on it to access the headphone settings.
5. On the next screen, you will see a toggle switch for “Headphone Accommodations.” Enable it by sliding the switch to the right.
6. After turning on Headphone Accommodations, you will see an option called “Custom Audio Setup.” Tap on it to begin customizing your audio settings.
7. Follow the onscreen instructions provided by your iPad to set up your custom audio setup. This process may involve listening to different audio tones and adjusting sliders to personalize your audio experience.
Alternatively, if you prefer to manually adjust the audio settings, you can skip step 6 and directly modify the settings under the “Tune Audio For” section.
8. Under “Tune Audio For,” you have three options to choose from: Balanced Tone, Vocal Range, and Brightness. Select the option that suits your audio preferences the best.
By following these steps, you can change the default audio output settings on your iPad. It allows you to personalize your audio experience according to your hearing preferences and the type of headphones you are using.
Remember, everyone’s hearing is unique, and these settings can help enhance your audio experience and make it more comfortable for you.