What would you like to do?
you plug them in
Yeah , I'm pretty sure it's not going to blow up in your face . You can't really listen to music when it's charging anyways , so why would you care ? But go ahead . I'm pretty… sure you'll be safe .
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.
um, those are the same thing, just two different names...
SkullCandies are a great brand.
auriculares is the spanish word for headphones or earphones
So that they can fit into your ears. What would you prefer round or square earphones?
Yes you can get headphones for the iPad. You can listen to music through the headphones or out loud.
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 response 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... ♥♥I am Darius Sarmiento .. i am 12 yrs old but looks like genius .. haha
No we should not use mobile earphones with laptops. It can damage the earphones. that has happened with me.
No not normally.
yes, if the earphones have a microphone in them. some headsets have just earbuds, some also have a microphone for talking and listening.
It does, the earphones plug into the same slot that the charger plugs in to. You'll have to buy these at T-Mobile as the phone does not come with them.
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(:
The usual cause is a faulty wire somewhere between the earphone itself and the phone. Try using another earphone that you know works properly. If that cures the problem - … you know your original earphone needs replacing. If not, the fault is in the phone itself.