Microsoft has added a Enhanced Audio in Windows 11 to improve audio quality. You may get better sound quality while watching movies or listening to music if you enable this feature. This feature is disabled by default in Windows 11. You can, however, activate this feature if necessary. If you’re having problems, you can disable this option.
How to Turn On or Turn Off Enhanced Audio in Windows 11
- Press the Windows + I keys on the keyboard to launch the Settings app.
- When Windows Settings opens, select System from the left sidebar.
- Select Sound from the right-hand sidebar.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the Sound Settings page to find the “All sound devices” option, then click it to continue.
- Select Speakers from the Output devices section.
- Return to the bottom of the page to the Output settings section, and toggle On beside the Enhance audio option.
- Once Enhance audio is enabled, click the Advanced link under Enhance audio to enable additional features.
- Select the Enhancements tab in the Properties dialog box. Depending on the speaker’s quality, you may see a variety of options here. You can check or uncheck the boxes as needed.
If the sound quality does not improve after enabling this “Enhanced audio,” and you want to turn it off, repeat steps 1 through 6 above. Step 6: Toggle the toggle switch next to the “Enhanced audio” option to Off.