There are three different categories to adjust for your iPod. The first category we will cover is the music settings. Keep in mind that all of these settings are in the same iPod settings locations, so you will not need to do any further navigating to get to them.
The first option in the music settings in the "shake to shuffle" feature. Turning this feature on will allow you to simply shake your iPhone to put it into shuffle mode. This means it will play songs at random. This is nice for those of you who don't like listening to one single genre or artist. Turning it off will simply prevent this feature from being enabled.
Turning on the "sound check" option will allow the iPhone to automatically check the volumes of your songs. In return, it will bring songs to a level that is more consistent, instead of having songs be too quiet or loud. If you have this option off, then the iPhone will not adjust the volumes of songs at all. The EQ settings lets you choose from a variety of pre-set levels. They include things like bass booster, rock, small speakers and a variety of other equalizers. Since everybody's preference is different, it is best to listen to a song, and adjust the EQ settings accordingly.
Finally, there is the volume limit. This prevents your iPhone from turning up too loud. This can save you from accidentally blowing your speakers or hurting your ears. If it is off, you will still have the option to turn up the volume.