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Headphones are, in general, any electronic devices that act as receivers for signals from other electronics--such as MP3 players, computers, phones and other devices--and conv…ert said signals into vibrations which the ear processes as sound. These devices are, generally, attached to the head by some sort of hand or secured in the ears.
If you buy blue tooth headphones for your Verizon cell phone will you have to pay extra to use the headphones?
Nope. No carrier can charge you for using bluetooth headphones (unless you rent them from the carrier, of course).
Yes. Radio wave radiation. And the screen you're looking at has light radiation. And if your monitor is the old tube type, then you've got a bit of x-ray (cathode ray)… radiation to boot. Please learn what the word radiation means.
As you may know, cell phones emit significant radiation (source: http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-6602_7-5020355-1.html). Fortunately for us consumers and the general public…, the government has regulations of somewhere around 1.6 SAR, which is a measure of radiation. I was watching a news article from CNN, which you should be able to find on their website. Wearing a bluetooth headset emits significantly less radiation, about 100x less. However, there is still radiation, and it's still bad because you have it right next to your head, perhaps for long periods of time. If you still plan to use your bluetooth, which I don't suggest, you should switch it from your left ear and your right ear so that the radiation is evenly distributed. I personally have an iPhone 3G, which has smart headphones. Headphones emit no radiation, though some people think that radiation runs from your phone to up the cord. You can buy special cords for that though, which contain an element that eats up the radiation. Hope this answers your question! -cptcharcoal
a hearing device usually used for mp3 players, laptops, portable DVD players, and things of that nature they are normally used at times when the people around you don't want… to hear what ever you are listening to can be in tiny uncomfortable ear drops, comfy fluffy earmuff like ones with sound quality that is not the best, or tight normal unfluffy muff like tight fitting great sound quality ones
No, Unless your TV supports bluetooth
Can or cans are just other words for headphones They normally refer to closed back headphones used in high noise environments but can mean any over the head type headphones. …So if someone says hand me those cans you know they just mean headphones.
Hold the controller in your hands as you useually would... Now there should be 3 holes faceing you looks kinda like this =o= simply plug it in to the hole in the middle Hopr i…t helps :-)
On the top of the ipad on the left to were you turn the ipad on/off there's a hole for your headphones. see your ipad, you will find two small hole. usually they are in g…reen and orange color. what you need to do is just plug your earphone into these two holes.
I'm sure it depends on the make of the phone. But, for example, Sony Ericson phones (at least the oldish ones) have a cable that connect to both the phone and the headphones -… and so connects the two (in other words a 'middle cable').
Ports are little holes in which you plug your headphones and other accessory items .
You can get a cheap bluetooth headphone from any used website or any store that has an overstock on them. I would highly suggest using Ebay to get a cheap bluetooth headset fo…r a small price since people sell their items on there all the time.
I accidentally plugged them into the usb port and my computer told me that a usb port had overloaded now my headphones don't work How can i fix my headphones?
To answer this correctly, you'll need to supply some additional details. Does your headset have a USB connection (you mentioned accidentally plugging them into the usb port)…. OR does your headset have 3.5 jack(s), for listen and (if it has a microphone), one for speaking. If your headset is USB and you plugged it into the front of your computer, try to plug it into the back in one of the other USB ports and see if you get the same results. Also, if you have lots of other items plugged into other USB Ports, the alert/error simply means it's "overloaded". Try disconnecting all but the required devices (keyboard and mouse, if applicable), reboot, and try your headphones again. If this works, then your computer simply doesn't have enough power to manage all of your USB devices. In this case, you can purchase a Powered USB Hub, which actually plugs into a wall socket, giving power to the USB devices you'll plug into it. If none of these options work, please reply, and we'll try some other neat tricks. Good Luck! Additional details (By: Stoxvell): My headphones have three features: 1- A sound cord that plugs into the sound place(Not sure what it's called). 2- A speech cord that plugs into the speech place(Not sure what it's called either). 3- A mic for speaking into. I accidentally plugged the sound cord into the USB port and the a popup in the bottom right corner of the screen appeared saying something like, "WARNING!! A USB port has overloaded!" and then I think it also might have said, "Please check that your devices are working properly," but I'm not sure. That's all there is to it. Oh and don't forget that each of the headphones (the things that let you hear the sound) are the round kind that are connected by a by a plastic band that can extend and detract to fit your head. There is also a little sound control box on the cord where the cords for speech and hearing meet. I hope that's enough details. Now for the question I meant to ask: Is it possible to fix the sound on my headphones?
You can get them at many places, even at a store like Walgreens. Large music stores have huge selections and some of the highest quality headphones like Skullcandy headphones.…