Listening to your favorite music is so much more fun if you have a good set of headphones or speakers and if your audio player has some sort of equalizer so that you can boost the bass for blowing up your speakers and disturb the neighbors. This is easy if you are playing music from your collection of MP3’s on your PC or smartphone. But what if the music is on a website like Spotify or Youtube, how do you boost the bass for it? In these case, you can use the Ears Audio Toolkit extension for the Chrome web browser.
The Ears Audio Toolkit extension for Chrome allows you to have an equalizer for any audio on any tab in the web browser. It does not matter what the source of the audio is – an mp3 file, video stream, video files, or some other source, Ears Audio Toolkit works without any discrimination.
Using the Ears Audio Toolkit is very easy too. You can open a website where you want to listen to music or watch videos. And then you have to click on the Ears Audio Toolkit icon in the Chrome toolbar which would open a full fledged audio equalizer. It is enabled for the current tab by default, but you can enable/disable for other tabs easily from this audio equalizer interface
As you would with any other audio equalizer, you can turn up or down various frequencies in the audio to make it more appealing to your ears. If the music you are listening to needs some bass boost, then you can do so by clicking on the Bass Boost button instantly. Unfortunately, there are no ready-made presets available like in some other audio equalizers that you may have seen. You have to adjust the frequency filters to your liking and then save it as your preset for future use.
You can get the Ears Audio Toolkit extension for Chrome browser from https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ears-bass-boost-eq-any-au/nfdfiepdkbnoanddpianalelglmfooik.