Sometimes there are such settings built-in with your sound device, however, not all of them have it. If so, it's called "Low frequency protection" and it has a setting for the frequency.
In the Windows 10 settings (new settings, not old control panel), you find it like this:
- Under "Output", click "Device properties"
- Under "Related settings", click "Additional device properties"
- In the window that opens, go to the tab "Enhancements"
- Check "Low frequency protection"
- Click "Settings"
- Choose a frequency that you think will help. The higher you set it, the more low frequencies will be cut off.
There might also be other options to eliminate bass (which is low frequencies). A bass boost might work as well, if it's possible to apply a negative bass boost. Also, if you find an equalizer, you can reduce the low frequencies.