Tidal dpesn’t have a built-in equalizer feature within its app. If having an equalizer is important to you, you might consider using a third-party equalizer app that is compatible Tidal. There are several equalizer apps available for both Android and iOS platforms that can be used to adjust the audio output on your device globally, affecting all audio, including Tidal.
Audirvāna is a music player allowing you to play all your streaming and local music with the best playback sound quality from Mac (including Apple Silicon) and Windows 10 & 11. It also comes with a Remote mobile app to control your music wherever you are at home from your iOS / Android smartphones and tablets.
Wavelet is a popular equalizer app for Android devices oriented to ear phone/earpod use. It is designed to improve the audio experience on smartphones and tablets by providing advanced equalization options. Users can customize the audio output based on their preferences and the specific characteristics of their headphones.
The profiles that come with the free version seem to work pretty well. You can also set up a custom curve although the free version custom curve is a bit limited with regard to the ability to narrow EQ bands for greater ‘granularity.’
Boom: Bass Booster & Equalizer has native integration with Tidal, and is available on Android, iOS, Windows and Mac. The Boom App redefines the way you listen to music with Bass booster, a customizable 16-band equalizer & handcrafted presets. You can also experience the magic of 3D surround sound and feel your tunes come to life on any headphones.
If having an equalizer is a priority for you, you can also consider switching to music streaming services that provide built-in equalizer such as Spotify, Apple Music, etc.
Or download Tidal music to your computer and play them with local music player apps that come with equalizer, like Poweramp (Android) and VOX (iOS), Windows Media Player, etc.
Here we will show you how to download Tidal songs, albums and playlists to M4A/MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF with Pazu Tidal Converter. After that, you can transfer the Tidal songs to Apple Music, Spotify or play them with local music player with equalizer.
Download, install and run Pazu Tidal Converter on your Windows. The interface is like below:
If you have purchased a license, click the key icon to register the converter. If not, continue using the trial version.
Follow the onscreen instructions to log in yout Tidal account, either Tidal Free, HiFi or HiFi Plus.
The default output format is M4A. Pazu Tidal Music Converter also supports MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF. Click the Gear icon on the top right corner to change output format or output folder if you need.
You can also customize output song name with any combination of Title, Artist, Album, Track Number, Playlist Index.
Click any playlist you want to download.
Then click the red icon to load songs. All songs in the playlist will be added by default. You can uncheck the songs you don’t want to get.
Click Convert button to start downloading Tidal music to MP3.
After conversion, click the folder icon to quickly locate the downloaded Tidal songs in the format you choose. You can then transfer the Tidal songs to Spotify, Apple Music or play them with local music player with equalizer.
Download Tidal songs/albums/playlists to M4A etc