Adjust Audio, Sound Settings on Sony Xperia 1 II

In this article, we’ll share some helpful tips about the different things that you can do to personalize your sound on your new Sony Xperia 1 mark II. The thing we obviously want to understand here is the Audio settings and some of the improvements that you have in the audio.

Sony X1II comes with front facing speakers as well as a dedicated back supporting 3.5 mm headphone jack. So those are the things that you want to be aware of and you want to be able to make sure to get the best experience.

Under the audio settings there are a few things that you have to make sure to configure it. Dolby Atmos gives you the ability of customizing your experience as well as using different presets and different options so all of these things are generally turned on once you turn on Dolby. But if you find a false set up to be dynamic which is more of their auto mode. Go to the settings and customize to the experience that you want. Set up the EQ to the level that you want and make sure you have it on and you’ll be able to enjoy your content a lot more.

Sound Settings, Sony Xperia 1 II, Guide, SX1II
The SSC ultimate is something also that you want to be able to play with and see how this plays for you. It is intending to provide you an upscale version of compressed online media audio that you listen to through any kind of app streamed or video is always going to be compressed and some information is lost so you’re not getting the best experience.
Turning this feature on will also give you the ability of enjoying that content. That is somewhat of an upscale version kind of like how we saw with the basically motion blur function.

Of course last but not least is Intelligent Wind Filter on. This will help with audio recording whenever you’re in your video camera. So absolutely fantastic options again go into the sound setting under audio settings and configure that and of course all your standard audio modes are also present here.

Now that last thing I do want to mention here is the dynamic vibration function. The best way to describe it is as if you have a dual shop controller built into your smartphone and the really beautiful part about this is that when you’re using this if you turn it on and you’re listening the content for movies or so on. Not only you are able to hear the audio but you obviously enjoy the content the way it’s intended to be played with the display and the actual speakers that are front facing now but you’re also able to feel it and you’re also able to setup the actual I would say the resistance of it. So you’ll notice by default you have is basically a volume rocker.
Now the last feature I want to mention here is obviously something called a 360 Audio. This is something unique to the way Sony has been doing audio on their headphones. But the beauty of it is that you can actually use it with almost any headphone. But if you decide to actually pre-order the Sony Xperia 1 mark II you’re able to get the true Wireless Sony headphone Set with audio active noise cancellation that work amazingly well with 360 supporting content.