Raycon earbuds are great earbuds. However, some people have noted an issue where one or both of their earbuds goes a little bit quiet. On this page, we are going to teach you how to (hopefully) deal with this problem.
So, why are your Raycon earbuds so quiet?
One of the most common reasons for quiet Raycon earbuds is that the sound on your audio device isn’t turned all the way up. In other cases, it could be down to a battery that needs charging. It is exceedingly rare that it is down to broken headphones.
Let’s give you a bit more information on how you can diagnose the problem. This way, you can get your Raycon earbuds fixed nice and quickly.
Why are my Raycon earbuds so quiet?
There are a few reasons why your Raycon earbuds may be a little bit too quiet. We figured that we would take you through the reasons from most common to least common. We will also provide you with a few ways that you can diagnose the problem and, ultimately, fix it.
Your device volume is low
This is the obvious answer. However, because it is the obvious answer, not a lot of people think about it. So, if the headphones are a little bit too low, then turn them up. In some cases, there may also be a separate volume slider in the audio app that you are using.
If you are using an Android device, then there is actually a volume limiter in place. This won’t allow you to turn the volume above 75% until you click a confirmation. Thankfully, this confirmation isn’t tough to find. It will appear once you hit the limiter. Click confirm and you won’t have to do it again.
The battery on your earbuds is dying
When the battery on your earbuds starts to dwindle, you will notice that they can no longer pump out as much sound.
Of course, the simplest way to rectify this problem is to put the headphones on charge. Depending on the Raycon earbuds that you own, it should only take an hour or two to charge them the whole way.
There is interference between the earbuds and the audio device
Your earbuds are likely connected via Bluetooth. Bluetooth is a technology that doesn’t work all that well over longer distances. It also doesn’t work all that well if there is a little bit of interference in the way.
If there is something metal between the headphones and the audio device, then this will either cause the sound to be quiet or to cut out completely. Even something as simple as having your keys in the same pocket as your phone can cause these sound issues.
The easiest way to deal with this problem is to bring the headphones and the phone closer together, or at least try and remove whatever is causing the interference.
The earbuds aren’t clean
When you wear your earbuds, they are going to get earwax on them.
Even the smallest amount can limit how much sound comes out.
Every so often, it may be worth giving your earbuds a wipe down with some tissue paper. This should help with the sound levels a little bit.
Your earbuds are broken
Luckily, this is something that is incredibly rare. Raycon headphones have been made to a decent standard, after all.
However, sadly, Raycon headphones will get old. Over time, the small speaker will start to die. The battery will also start to die.
If your Raycon headphones are more than a couple of years old, then they will likely have a small amount of audio loss. Sadly, there isn’t much that you can do here other than replace your headphones.
Can Raycon earbuds be repaired if they are too quiet?
If you have gone through every potential reason why your Raycon earbuds are too quiet and you can’t fix them, then you may have little choice but to wonder about whether you can get them repaired.
Sadly, Raycon does not repair headphones. In fact, you won’t even be able to buy the spare parts to repair them yourself.
If your Raycon headphones are still in warranty, then you can get Raycon to replace them. If your earbuds are out of warranty, then you will just have to buy yourself a new pair of headphones.
Raycon earbuds can go quiet for a number of reasons. The most common will be because the volume on your audio device is not high enough or the battery on the Raycon earbuds is starting to die. Thankfully, any sound issues with your Raycon earbuds should be easy to rectify. It is exceedingly rare that they will be permanently damaged.