The Equalizer for YouTube extension allows Chrome users to change the video audio parameters on YouTube. The tool offers automatic equalization patterns that modify high, medium and low frequencies in the original audio. Therefore, the feature can improve the sound quality of the website according to the type of music that is played by the player.
The ideal tip for users who use YouTube to listen to music. The difference offered by the automatic parameters is noticeable in the PC speakers, in amplified speakers and in headphones. Check out how to improve audio quality in the YouTube player using the Equalizer for YouTube extension.
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Step 1. Access the extension download page and press the "Use in Chrome" button;
When preparing to download the Equalizer for YouTube extension in Chrome Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 2. To download and install the tool on Chrome, select the option "Add extension";
By downloading and installing the Equalizer for Youtube extension on Chrome Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 3. Open a video on YouTube and press the icon next to the preview statement, as shown in the image below;
Action to open the equalization options for YouTube videos from the Equalizer for YouTube extension Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 4. The extension presents a list of musical styles. For each theme there will be a type of automatic equalization. Just click on one of the names in that list to hear the difference in the video audio.
Action to apply an audio equalization standard to a YouTube video with the Equalizer for YouTube extension Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Use the tip whenever you want to accentuate frequencies and improve audio quality on YouTube videos.
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