How to make Bluetooth louder in car

#1. Check the phone volume and volume of your car stereo

The first thing to do is check if the problem lies with the phone or with the car's system itself. If you've recently updated the phone's software to get a patch or added a new app, you might have messed up the audio settings. Also, make sure that your car audio system is not muted. 

#2. Connect to a different device 

Connecting your Bluetooth headphones to another device will help you determine whether the problem lies with the hardware or software. If there is no problem with the new device, then you know that your software is to blame.

#3. Download an app for your phone that controls the Bluetooth settings 

Once you have identified what the problem is, go on the app store on your phone and look for a Bluetooth management app. There are plenty of apps that will help you manage all kinds of Bluetooth settings for your device. 

#4. Adjust the equalizer settings of your phone

If your phone or stereo system has an effective and adjustable equalizer, you can quickly boost its Bluetooth sound by adjusting these options.

Keep in mind that not all smartphones follow the same standard for their presets, so it might prove to be a bit difficult figuring out what to change.

To make it easier on you, you can first go online and look up a standard equalizer setting for your phone's brand name.

Fortunately, there are a number of websites that provide this information for free , so finding them shouldn't be difficult. With the aid of these presets, tweaking your phone or stereo system should be a simple task.

#5. Bluetooth connectivity problems

Bluetooth is a technology that was created to allow connections between devices without wires, but sometimes you need more than just two devices to make it work. For example, if your car doesn't support Bluetooth connections, then you will have to buy an additional device or adapter for your phone that will allow you to connect wirelessly. This is not a problem if you have an android phone, but it can be frustrating for Apple users because iPhones don't support wireless connections at all. In this case, Apple users will need to buy an audio jack that has Bluetooth functionality built in or add a Bluetooth adapter to the phone using wires. This is not the best solution because all of these adapters need to be charged separately.

#6.Use an external amp to make your car stereo louder 

If you are experiencing low volume problems while using Bluetooth, then there is a solution. External amps can help solve this issue. You will need to connect your ringer or stereo system to the amp by using RCA cables and then you can control the volume from the amp instead of fiddling with your device's settings.

#7. Use aux cable, not Bluetooth

If you want to avoid all of these problems, then just use an aux cable instead of using Bluetooth. Aux cables are reliable and won't cause any issues with your speaker system if the connection is weak or too slow. There are many manufacturers that don't have strong enough Bluetooth connections for some cars, so it's better to be safe than sorry.

#8. Use a capacitor to solve low volume problems 

If you have identified that the problem is with the hardware, then we can start thinking of solutions. One of them is using capacitors or audio equalizer amplifiers that help reduce noise and improve sound quality. Check out your local electronics shop for an amplifier to solve this problem.

#9. Opt for high-quality files

While music files that are under 320 kbps tend to be smaller in size, they have a tendency to lose some of their quality during the compression process.

As a result, it can prove to be more difficult for your phone or stereo system to read the information contained within the compressed file and reproduce an accurate sound.

At this juncture, it is advisable that you use music files of a higher quality since they are less likely to lose their original sound when being transferred.

If you want to listen to your favorite songs in the car while ensuring that they stay clear and intact, then you should invest in high-quality files.

An alternative would be getting Bluetooth devices capable of decoding higher quality music files.