How come the left earphone doessn't sound as loud as the right earphone?
right--main music/beat left--base chorus. For iphone/pod/touch, you can change this in a setting called the equalizer
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What would cause a loud knocking sound under the front left side of your car when making a right turn especially when coming out of a driveway?
most likely a broken shock absorber or a shock absorber leveling spring it is most likely the CV joints and there is no such thing as a shock leveling spring. Aren't CV joints sort of notorious for making a sound on the side opposite of the direction you're turning? I would have joints and bo…ots checked. answer sounds like shock absorber problem It may also be an intermediate shaft that needs lube. Common on Some GM vehicles. sway bar endlinks could be loose or damaged. especially if this is happening at low speeds (driveway) and only when you turn in one direction (MORE)
Well, earphones work almost anywhere, so i would say they work by the built-in speakers they have in the earphones. They work on a Mac or a PC. They work on phones, I pods, I pads, and kindles, and also NOOKS!
\nTo match the original stereo recording, the way it was produced. Otherwise, the sounds would be reversed. In some cases it might matter as to the fit of the earphones as well.
Your best chances of repair are if you contact Sony and ask them. . If This problem is only happening when you use the headphones on one device such as an iPod, the circuit in the device may be damaged. I won't get too involved into how to fix this, though.. But if Sony won't help, your warranty… is out on them, your device you are using if not the problem, and you need them badly, I may have a fix: Open up the earphone that is malfunctioning check the solder connections that connect the wire to the speaker if they connections are loose, you have two options: buy new headphones OR If you can solder, Connect and solder the correct leads to the corresponding places. If the solder connections are fine, check and see if the wire is frayed or damaged anywhere. If it is, you have two options: buy new headphones OR salvage an old headphone's speaker wire from somewhere else and try to remove the old wire and use the salvaged one to replace it. (this will require that you are quite good at soldering.). If only a small part is damaged, try and use a small piece of the salvaged wire and splice it into the old wire. If the wire is very small, I recommend that you just buy a new pair of headphones. if you can find out if the speaker is blown out or has ripped itself, you can try this trick I learned in MAKE magazine: Get a bottle of rubber cement very very very carefully apply a few thin layers of rubber cement to the ripped or torn area. You might wait for the glue to dry and then reapply. Make sure that if you do do this, you do not over do the rubber cement. Otherwise, the speaker will just sit there and be "frozen". If you have access to an oscilloscope and know how to use one, you might try to probe around in the circuit and see if you can find interference anywhere that is causing the problem. (MORE)
Headphones appeared in the latter part of the 19th century (the end of the 1800's). History may have lost the information relating to their invention and inventor.
Anytime a particular sound is amplified greatly near the ears, there are chances of suffering hearing loss. Earphones, particularly the in the ear ones, can and will permanently damage your inner ear unless you use some simple logic and use respectable volume levels. It doesn't have to be loud in or…der to be enjoyed. (MORE)
I would like to kno that as well. i break a set every 3 or four weeks no matter how expensive they are or how much i look after them. I bought an expensive pair of sony earphones and they lasted 1 week i used them prob twice and same with skullcandy earphones. I'm thinking it mite be my ipod causing… this tho. Its really starting to sh*t me off...!!!!. it could very possibly be if u wrap you earphones around your ipod or mp3 player it could cause the wires inside the protective wire to wear and get screwed up. i am having this same problem. i wrap my earphones around my ipod and it usually doesnt do anything, but htis pair did. only my right ear piece is screwed up though. (MORE)
Earphones are used in iPods, MP3 Players and sometimes computers and Laptops. If something is amplified out loud, you can plug in Earphones, and you can hear the sound through the Earphones.
Most earphones have a 3.5mm jack, which fits almost any kind of portable device such as an iPod or a Zune. You take the plug from the earphones, and insert it into the 3.5mm port, or 'jack'. Then, you insert the earphone into your ears matching the correct sides which are normally labeled on the ear…phones themselves. (MORE)
If you find ear phones lying around somewhere, then yes. So what you are saying is that you cannot get free earphones. Not true, I have received several free gifts from chooseyourfreebie.com including free earphonnes
Well if you wanted to know there in your earphones so they provide you a sound that's not always changing volumes itself.
To direct sound waves from an electronic device such as an mp3, ipod , or CD player , to the ears without disturbing the environment by using speakers .
Skul candy has the loudest. They are more expensive Than ores but they are worth it.
ive just had the same problem dont know what caused it but ive fixed it simply by removing the headphones and plugging my ipod into the laptop using the lead provided and letting the ipod syncronize. i left mine in then ejected it correctly and now the problem is fixed. i hope this works with yours.… (MORE)
Magnets and an electrical current; the analog signal is converted into sound via the diaphragm
that kinda depends on what kind of mp3 paler your using. if its a cell phone with a built in mp3, then its just a matter of compatibility. if you notice the bands on a headphone plug, their are 2 at the bottom, one for each ear. on a cellphone mp3, it has 3 bands, ear 1, ear 2 and mic. the middle ba…nd in a cellphone is for a mic so the left ear will be disabled because of the difference in path of electronic signals. if you want to solve this, you need to purchase headphones that are made by the cellphone manufacturer or a 3rd party pair that specifies compatibility with your cell phone. this just another capitalist scheme to get you to buy their products. if your just using a regular mp3 such as an ipod or zune, then it usually means damaged internal wires. this also requires new headphones. You have 3 possibilities: 1) the headphone plug isn't inserted all the way (some cases can interfere with plugs), 2) the headphones are broken, or 3) the player's headphone jack is broken. For 1), try removing the case, and check that the plug is in all the way. For 2) and 3), find or borrow another set of headphones and see if they make the problem go away. If they work, then your old headphones are broken and need to be repaired or replaced. If you change headphones and the problem still occurs, then the jack is broken and needs to be repaired or replaced. (MORE)
If you play some audio, feel around the back of the iPod touch (take your case off, if you have one). You should feel vibrations coming out from around the writing near the bottom, that says how big your iPod is and patent stuff. That's around the location of the speaker, however the sound actually …comes out through the dock. (MORE)
So that they can fit into your ears. What would you prefer round or square earphones?
They are monitor phones fed via radio link from the mixer desk so they can hear the 'whole sound' the band is making. Other things can also be heard: the beat 'click', lyric promps, running order etc.
iPad has a 3.5-mm stereo headphone jack so yes you can connect your earphones Input and output . Dock connector port . 3.5-mm stereo headphone jack . Built-in speaker . Microphone . Micro SIM card tray (Wi-Fi + 3G model only)
Make sure the headphone jack is all of the way in the slot. If it is only halfway in, then that is your problem. If that didn't fix the problem, then the earphones are broken and you may need to buy new ones.
Earphones could cause hearing loss if u have it plugged into something and your listening to music, or something, that to loud, you never want it to be to loud for you ears. I hope I helped.
Yes you can get headphones for the iPad. You can listen to music through the headphones or out loud.
If the connection part on the earphone fits into the earphone connection hole, then yes, you can.
Most Likely On the back it will be green and next to a pink microphone jack Hope This Helps
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earphones has magnets because if no magnets the earphone will useless .. if humans has ear drums earphones has magnet.... magnetic element in headphones is typically composed of ferrite or neodymium. it's contain the vibration to reproduced sound. Tiny magnets moving rapidly in respo…nse to an electrical signal enables them to convert the signal into audio. if magnet it is too simple it is called metal coil.,if in things or accesories it is called VOCE coil... â¥â¥I am Darius Sarmiento .. i am 12 yrs old but looks like genius .. haha (MORE)
Earphones have coils of copper wire inside them. When music plays through the headphone jack, the current flows through the coils of wire, and that (like a magnet) makes the headphone speaker cone move in and out which moves air. That moving air is the sound you hear.
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There are separate signals sent from the amplifier, one for the left driver, one for the right. If you look at a stereo headphone jack, you will see 3 zones on the silver or gold part. They are separated by 2 black insulators. They are the ground, left and right connections. Ipod remote headphones h…ave 4 conductors, one for the control or microphone and three for the sound. (MORE)
Yes. These are available online at the Target online site under the category 'Electronics', alternatively you will be able to buy some at your local target store.
Wireless headsets are most useful for using a cell phone safely and legally while driving. They are also handy to have when you're trying to multi-task and need both hands free.
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it really depends on the type and where you get them from but the cheapest you can get are about Â£6
Lots of places sell Gumy Earphones, try HMV or a local technology shop. Depending on where you live or what country but you can try phone shops, example Orange Shop or Vodafone. Or you could just order them off the internet, you are more likely to find them instead of hunting around shops and at a c…heaper price, try Amazon for them. (MORE)
Yes... there is hole in your phone or a rubber thing on your phone that has a picture of earphones on it.. there is always a plug thing in your phone for earphones(:
There are many reasons as to why this may occur. The cable connecting the headphones to the device may have a short in it. The drivers (the speakers) may have blown out (however, this is quite unlikely). The headphone jack may be malfunctioning. The device may not be playing anything.
Wearing headphones removes the need for the speakers on the floor in front of the musicians. These speakers are known as fold back monitors.
Do you mean headphones or the kind you stick in your ear? Those can give you a ear infection or severely damage your hearing if you listen for too long or turn the music too high. In any case it is not good to shove them into your ear, that can make inner ear damage or shove and move wax.
The electromagnet is part of the speaker, it causes the vibrations that become sound. Without the electromagnet, there would be no sound.
They block your ear canal so the sound cant get in. If sound cant get in then they are noise concealing. kat x
Your not supposed to put objects in your ear. But then again, lots of people use Q-Tips and headphones.
It is a matter of personal opinion. There are many brands of headphones and earphones out there. The most popular choices of 2012 according to sales figures appear to be Skullcandy and Beats By Dre . Most established headphone/earphone industries have good customer service, warranty service …and repair service. Again, it is a matter of personal preference. (MORE)
As of March 6, 2013, Eminem does not have his own brand of headphones nor does he have plans to make them.
no , apple does not provide earphones or headphones with the ipad or ipad mini..
You can get Shure e2c sound isolating earphones from your local electrical or computing stockist. Failing that, you can try sites such as Amazon or eBay.
The meaning of earphones is mini speakers. Earphones are designed so that they fit directly on the ear. Earbuds are mini speakers that fit just inside the ear. They are used most often with portable musical devices.
Small electrical currents are sent to usually plastic disc shapedsimilar to uor ear drum. These currents vibrate the disk causingsound to be produced.
I could only imagine that they were invented with the purpose of being innovative and appealing to people who want more portability, light weight, and less standing out from the traditional bulky headphone.
When you plug your earphones into your iphone 5 the speakers are still on and no sound in the earphones?
It's possible you have water damage in your headphone jack, which is why it's no longer working. The other common problem with the iPhone 5 headphone jack is that lint collects in there, and eventually enough gets compacted down in there that a connection is no longer possible. I would suggest usi…ng a very small, fine-tipped screw driver and gently poking into the jack. If it feels like it's hitting the metal, then it's probably water, but if you swirl the screwdriver around a bit and it doesn't feel like it's scratching the bottom, then you probably just have lint. If it's lint, you can gently pull it out. If you need a new headphone jack, find a local repair shop or replace it yourself. (See related link below for a guide.) (MORE)