Beats Fit Pro Not Loud Enough? – (7 Proven Solutions)

beats fit pro not loud enough

Is your Beats Fit Pro not loud enough? You’re not alone, and this guide will help you out!

The muffled or quiet volume of the Beats Fit Pro is surely a problem and is typically caused by improperly charged earbuds and obstructions of the speakers.

It’s also likely that there is an underlying hardware issue, so this guide will help you determine exactly what’s wrong.

If your Beats Fit Pro audio is quiet or not loud enough you should increase the volume, reset the Bluetooth connection, and tweak your device’s settings.

You should also test the audio from different sources to determine the cause.

Let’s first try to determine the possible reasons!

Why is the Beats Fit Pro Volume Low?

why beats fit pro volume low

The reduced or muffled volume can be caused by multiple factors, including internal speaker obstruction, unstable Bluetooth connection, and even a hardware malfunction.

To increase the effectiveness of our troubleshooting, let’s take a quick peek into what’s causing the quiet audio.

Here’s why the audio output of the Beats Fit Pro is significantly reduced:

  • An issue with the Bluetooth programming.
  • Improper charging of the case or earbuds.
  • Lowered volume from one of the instances.
  • Charging issues with the Beats Fit earbuds.
  • A hardware malfunction in your Fit earbuds.

For now, we’ll exclude the possibility of hardware malfunction and do everything else that there is to be done against low-volume issues with Betas Fit Pro. 

Beats Fit Pro Not Loud Enough – Quick Solutions

Tip: Attempt each of our solutions consecutively!

1. Change your Earbuds Tips

change your earbuds tips

The first step in boosting the sound volume on your Beats Fit Pro earbuds is to verify that you’re wearing the buds correctly.

If you’re equipping the earbuds for the first time, you might be doing it wrong, so not placing them into your ear will surely decrease the loudness of the output audio.

The Beats Fit Pro is delivered with an extra small size of earbud tips for users with a shallow ear canal to prevent the buds from falling off.

You can easily remove the current tips with slight pulling force outwards until they fall off and then you can replace them with a size that fits you.

Warning: Over-pulling or using extreme force can damage the earbuds or rip the ear tips!

2. Restart Beats Fit Pro’s Pairing

restart beats fit pro’s pairing

A failure in the Bluetooth connection can prevent the Beats Fit Pro from producing strong and crystal-clear audio broadcasts.

That’s why your next step should be to reconnect the Beats Fit Pro from your wireless device to re-establish Bluetooth and eliminate any existing issues.

Here’s how to reconnect the Beats Fit Pro from your device:

  1. Place both Beats earbuds back into the charging case.
  2. Access the “Settings” app on your mobile or PC device.
  3. Navigate into the “Bluetooth” section and scroll down.
  4. Tap the “Info” or “Manage” button next to Beats Fit Pro.
  5. Press the “Remove this Device” or “Forget Device” tile.
  6. Complete the initial setup of the Beats Fit Pro earbuds.

To successfully re-establish the connection, both earbuds must remain within range of the wireless device and have sufficient charging capacity.

If one or both earbuds are losing battery capacity, the Bluetooth pairing of the Beats Fit Pro earbuds might be unsuccessful.

Warning: Verify that the wireless device and the earbuds remain in range during the pairing.

3. Play Audio From a Different Source

play audio from a different source

Before attempting more in-depth solutions, you should verify that the issue is not caused by the specific song or platform you’re using on your device.

You should only play audio from trusted platforms, so we recommend testing the volume on YouTube Music, Spotify, or Apple Music.

So, exit all multimedia streaming sources on your device, remove the applications from the temporal memory, and launch a verified app. 

Conclusion: If your volume is fine on different apps, then the issue is probably coming from the specific song or app that you use.

4. Increase the Multi-Source Volume

increase the multi-source volume

It’s possible that the volume of the Beats Fit Pro is controlled through multiple sources and the volume levels are interfering.

You can adjust the audio levels through the built-in volume buttons on your device or use the Beats app available for Android and iOS mobile devices.

Via earbuds buttons:

  • On mobile, press the “VOL +” button on the right/left side panel to increase the volume.
  • On Windows or Mac, repeatedly tap the speaker + button on the speakers or top panel.

Via your Beats app:

  1. Download and install the Beats app on Android or iOS.
  2. Tap the “My Beats” option from the bottom of the menu.
  3. Scroll down the devices list and tap on “Beats Fit Pro.”
  4. The battery level must be shown above the Fit Pro icon.
  5. Drag the slider to increase the volume of your earbuds.

You will be able to increase the audio of the particular device you’ve added within the app.

If you haven’t previously associated the Beats Fit Pro with a wireless device, it won’t show in the app.

Quick Tip: Verify that the Beats app is updated to the latest available version!

5. Clean the Beats Fit Pro Speakers

clean the beats fit pro speakers

If you’re still wondering how to make your Beats Pro louder, check whether the built-in speakers are obstructed by ear wax or debris.

Well, using the Fit Pro earbuds every day might cause the accumulation of obstructions right next to the internal speakers and reduce the output strength.

For cleaning the earbuds you will need:

  • 2 or 3 ear sticks.
  • Rubbing alcohol.
  • Compressed air.

Follow these instructions to properly clean the Beats Fit Pro earbuds:

  1. Apply some rubbing alcohol to the surface of the ear stick.
  2. Next, take both earbuds out from the Beats charging case.
  3. Gently pull out the rubber earbud tips from the Beats Fit Pro.
  4. Thoroughly clean both rubber tips with the soaked ear stick.
  5. With a dry ear stick, clean the speaker behind the rubber tips.
  6. Optional: Use the can of compressed air for leftover dust/dirt.
  7. Wait until the buds fully dry up and place them into the case.
Warning: Do not reinsert the earbuds before they have fully dried up!

6. Fully Charge the Beats Earbuds

fully charge the beats earbuds

A potential charging failure may significantly reduce the audio output of the Beats Fit Pro and prevent you from hearing the broadcast loud and clear.

So, if your case and earbuds are not sufficiently charged, you might experience battery throttle, which could decrease the sound.

  • To fully recharge the Fit case, plug it with a charger and wait for 35–40 minutes.
  • To fully re-charge the Beats Fit earbuds, place them in the charger for 1 hour.

The menu that allows you to view the current battery level of the earbuds is generally different based on your wireless device. 

On Android and iOS devices, you will be able to check the battery through the devices widget menu, while on macOS, you must access the settings.

Note: If the charging procedure is successful, the frontal LED lamp of the buds will light up!

Also, Check for Charging Issues!

check for charging issues

Multiple factors, including malfunctioning equipment, loose connections, or insufficient power sources can prevent the buds from charging properly. 

Let’s have a quick inspection:

  • Firstly, try using a different USB-C charging cable.
  • Secondly, try with an alternative electrical adapter.
  • Thirdly, plug your Beats into a tested power source.
  • Finally, verify all the connectors are tight and secure.
Tip: Leave your earbuds charging for 15 minutes and test the loudness of the volume!

7. Reprogram the Beats Fit Pro

reprogram the beats fit pro

Well, re-programming the earbuds includes erasing all of the device’s settings and existing Bluetooth profiles, and reverting everything to factory defaults. 

It’s a strongly effective solution, especially if the signal produced by the earbuds is becoming congested periodically, so let’s try and fix the volume loudness.

Here’s how to reprogram the Beats Fit Pro in easy steps:

  1. Put both your earbuds into your case and close the lid.
  2. Then hold the “System” button on the back panel side.
  3. Release the button after the LED flashes red and white.
  4. Finally, open the charging lid and take both earbuds out.
Note: Ejecting the earbuds from the case prematurely or not closing the lid will stop the factory reset so avoid interaction until you see the red and white light.

Quick Recap

So, if the Beats Fit Pro not loud enough, check if the speakers behind the rubber tips are obstructed, re-charge the equipment, and increase the volume.

If the issue persists, force a factory reset on the Beats Fit Pro.

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