West Herr Automotive Group's website is providing some tips to drivers to improve the music-listening experience while on the road.
To many drivers, nothing compares to listening to your favorite songs with crisp and clear audio quality while cruising carefree on the road. Built-in vehicle audio systems have definitely improved over the years, with systems like Bose and Pioneer gaining in popularity. But there are still factors that continue to make listening to the radio less enjoyable at times, such as too much bass and other audio difficulties, a posting on the West Herr website said.
The best way to fix these issues is to find the settings to adjust the treble, mid-range and bass, the posting said. West Herr explains ways that drivers can adjust the audio to some of the most popular vehicles.
For adjusting the sound for a Chevrolet/GMC/Buick/Cadillac, West Herr says that once you are on the audio screen, "tap 'menu,' and then tap 'tone settings.'" For a Ford/Lincoln that has a Sync 3 system, "tap 'settings' at the bottom right corner of the infotainment screen, and then choose 'sound.'" For Toyota/Subaru drivers, "tap the 'sound' button at the bottom right-hand corner of your audio screen."
Once you have followed these steps, you will need to figure out which configuration is best suited for you. West Herr recommends that if you are listening to music, the treble and bass should be turned up and the mid-range should be in the middle, but for talk radio or podcasts, the treble should be high and the bass should be low.