There are so many ways to control sound on Windows 10 that I sometimes forget them. Here is a list for my own reference:
Clicking on the speaker icon in the far lower right system tray
And then click on the carrot that pops up. This changes the default audio output. Great for choosing between your bluetooth earbuds vs bluetooth earbud AG mode vs computer speakers
Right-clicking on the speaker icon in the far lower right system tray
There’s a bunch of options and submenus here!
Start | Control Panel | Sound
In this area, each device (ie Bluetooth earbud, speaker) will have different Enhancements here. My MPOW earbuds have Bass Boost, Loudness Equalization (a compressor, hurray!), Headphone Virtualization (a nice stereo expander).
You can also enable or disable devices here
Start | Control Panel | Device Manager | Audio inputs and outputs
You can update or disable drivers here
Start | Control Panel | Device Manager | Bluetooth
More with the updating and disabling drivers
Start | Control Panel | Realtek HD Audio Manager
You can google “Dynamic Range Compression Win 10”