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Why do headphone wires get tangled up?
Because the wires act as a small magnet and so tangle themselves together.
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no unless theyre tight and pulled and brake
It's basically physics; If you buy a product and install it without going through the effort to organize your cables, what happens is that the energy under your desk area (…computer, monitor, surge protectors, and so forth) are creating electrical heat waves that push your cables,wires,etc in millimeters amongst seconds. Which will eventually tangle your wires over a period of time. Another theory, is an average person working in a desk related job does not realize that they are creating the tangles of their cables, wires, etc. by unknowingly moving their equipment, kicking their feet around under their desk, adding more equipment and not doing a cable touch up. Earthquakes would mix things up for sure haha. lol. duh ~ Patrick
It depends on your likes and disllikes. In my opion, I think the wired headphones are better.
the string is tangled up.
no i dont think so
It could mean you are in a mess. This has nothing to do withatheism.
Deuce. I don't know it look like its Skull Candy but not sure. In the show, he said he got it from Benny in the episode 'Match It Up'
The button allows you to turn on the mic and turn it of when calling someone.
The wire gauge in thin headphone cables is quite small. I have read of people rewiring their headphones using 12 Gauge wire. There are commercial cables that use 11 gauge. The… thicker the wire the less the resistance up to a point. Many headphones use 22 or 24 gauge and it seems to work OK.
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