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How to match Volume level difference between radio and bluetooth?

Just picked up a 2016 Overland and paired my iphone ios 9.3. When using Spotify over bluetooth, it is much quieter than the radio. So switching to radio from Media is pretty loud. I've tried turning up the spotify app to max and it didn't help too much. Is there another way to match the levels so you can go between the radio and media with out adjusting car volume?

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Re: How to match Volume level difference between radio and bluetooth?

Turn the volume up on your cell phone to bring the Spotify level up.


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Re: How to match Volume level difference between radio and bluetooth?

You have two volume controls for your phone:

1. the general phone/bluetooth volume (should be max)

2. the app volume (should also be max)

Some apps are still a bit quieter (YouTube in particular comes to mind), and nothing you can do about that. Haven't used Spotify personally, I'm a Google Play Music/Amazon Prime guy.
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Re: How to match Volume level difference between radio and bluetooth?

I believe the 16 has settings in Uconnect where you can now match/set volume for devices. Look through it, it's pretty easy to find.
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Re: How to match Volume level difference between radio and bluetooth?

It only has a volume offset of -3 to +3 for the AUX port. No separate volume options for USB, SD card, or BT.
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Re: How to match Volume level difference between radio and bluetooth?

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You have two volume controls for your phone:

1. the general phone/bluetooth volume (should be max)

2. the app volume (should also be max)

Some apps are still a bit quieter (YouTube in particular comes to mind), and nothing you can do about that. Haven't used Spotify personally, I'm a Google Play Music/Amazon Prime guy.
There may also be a separate media volume control, too. There's one in Android.
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