How to Listen to Stereo Music and Podcasts in One Earbud


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Occasionally you want to participate in music, podcasts, or audiobooks, but you require one ear open to the world, so you only put just one earbud in. But if the song, podcast, orbinaural ASMR dub of Steamed Hamsis in stereo, then some sounds are only coming out by way of the earbud that you’re not applying. To hear all the things, you can flip a switch in your phone or computer’s accessibility settings.

On iOS

  1. Open the Options application
  2. FaucetAccessibility(in the third block of options)
  3. BelowHearing, faucetAudio/Visual
  4. ToggleMono Audioon

On Android

  1. Open the Configurations application
  2. TapAccessibility
  3. UnderneathAudio & on-display screen textual content, toggleMono audioon

On Mac

  1. Open System Preferences
  2. Click onAccessibility
  3. BelowListening toon the remaining, clickAudio
  4. ClickPerform stereo audio as mono

On Home windows

  1. Open up Settings
  2. ClickEase of Entry
  3. ClickOther selections
  4. ToggleMono audioon

Now the two channels of audio will participate in in equally earbuds. So you can hear each clink and ting of Pink Floyd’s “Money,” or the two sides of the dialogue on aslick scripted podcast, even if you’ve received a person earbud dangling from your head