Specifically speakers for tablets, phones, and laptops. I purchased a tablet in 2014, I got a tutorial on how to perform a modification of the system audio file which me very grateful when comparing the before and after maximum volume capability of my tablet.
It's good but obviously, it becomes quite distorted at about halfway. I've been told from professionals online that with the exception of Blu-ray sound systems, almost all speakers in gadgets sound bad. My friend £1200 Lenovo laptop seems to be the exception to that. When I was blasting music at high volume, it had maintained the 'clarity' that my good quality earphones have unlike my tablet which gets distorted.
I suppose that's what I'm getting to if you can understand. From my experience, low quality speakers make any music or voice sound 'muffled' at a high volume even with the audio itself being of high quality whereas good quality speakers sound as if 'the music is being next to you' along with hearing the clarity of individual instruments. Almost as if you're listening to music through earphones.
Is there a way to remedy this issue with my tablet through adjustments with an equalizer or do I need a DIY replacement of the speakers themselves?