Peloton AirPods Volume Low
Disconnect your AirPods from your Bluetooth settings page without unpairing/forgetting them and keep them in your ears. Play music from your iPhone speakers and turn the volume down to 0 as well. With both (AirPods and iPhone speakers) settings at 0 volume, reconnect your AirPods again and turn the volume up.
If you have first generation AirPods, double tap either earbud to wake Siri and then ask Siri to adjust the volume. If you have second generation AirPods or later (this includes the AirPods Pro), and you've set up the "Hey Siri" function on your iPhone, say "Hey Siri" and then ask Siri to adjust the volume.
The lower button on the left earbud raises the volume. the right earbud buttons control the song. The upper button on the right earbud repeats the song.
Hold down the Home button (on the right Joy-Con) and a menu will pop up enabling you to adjust the volume of the connected headphones (as well as screen Brightness).
If you make or receive phone calls via your AirPods, for instance, you will of course drain the battery faster. If you take them out and leave them on your desk without playing anything, they will drain anyway. Yet, if you store them back in their case whenever you're not listening, you are also recharging them.
Adjust the Volume of Your Bluetooth Device From Your iPhone From the accessibility menu, scroll down and select audio/visual. Scroll down to audio balance and move the slider to be at the center. What is this? With the slider at the center, both the left and right headphone will get the same volume from your iPhone.
To adjust the current volume on your phone, press the Volume Up or Down buttons on the side of your iPhone. To set your device to silent, toggle the Ring/Silent switch on the side of your iPhone.
Disable iPhone volume limits
Click the Apple on your computer's Menu Bar, then click System Preferences. Click Sound. Click Output, then click the AirPods your Mac is connected within the list that appears. At the bottom of this window, below the volume bar, click the box next to Show volume in menu bar.
Go to the iPhone Settings > Accessibility > Audio/Visual. Make sure the slider is balanced, with the button in the middle between the L and the R. Re-pair the AirPods with the iPhone. This can sometimes solve problems with AirPods or with other Bluetooth devices in general.
Press the Microphone button on your remote and tell Alexa to increase or decrease the volume.
If your laptop has a volume icon on or above one of the function keys (e.g., F12) at the top of the keyboard, you may be able to press the right-most volume key to increase your computer's volume. On some computers, you'll need to hold down Fn while doing this.
Check Alarm Volume Alternatively, you can set the alarm volume from the volume slider in Sound settings as well. For that, open Settings and go to Sounds & haptics. Use the slider under Ringer and alerts to adjust the alarm volume.