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Headphones Introduction Earphones, headphones are a hardware device that either plugs into your computer (line out) or your speakers and allow you to privately listen to audio without disturbing anyone else. The picture is an example of a USB headset from Logitech with a microphone and a popular solution for computer gaming. Headphones are a pair of small loudspeakers that are designed to be held in place close to a user's ears. They are electroacoustic transducers which convert an electrical signal...

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Headphones: An Overview

 HEADPHONES are a pair of small loudspeakers that are designed to be held in place close to a user's ears. They are also known as ear speakers, earphones or, colloquially, cans. The alternate in-ear versions are known as ear buds or earphones. In the context of telecommunication, a headset is a combination of headphone and microphone. Headphones either have wires for connection to a signal source such as an audio amplifier, radio, CD player, portable media player...

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how headphones changed the world

If you are reading this on a computer, there is an excellent chance that you are wearing, or within arm's reach of, a pair of headphones or earbuds. To visit a modern office place is to walk into a room with a dozen songs playing simultaneously but to hear none of them. Up to half of younger workers listen to music on their headphones, and the vast majority thinks it makes us better at our jobs. In survey after survey, we report with confidence that music makes us happier, better at concentrating...

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The Medium

The Medium Against Headphones [pic] Photograph by Kevin Van Aelst By VIRGINIA HEFFERNAN Published: January 7, 2011 • Recommend • Twitter • Linkedin • Sign In to E-Mail • Print • Top of Form Bottom of Form Reprints • Share [pic] One in five teenagers in America can’t hear rustles or whispers, according to a study published in August in The Journal of the American Medical Association. These teenagers exhibit what’s known as slight hearing loss, which...

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Is Music a Distraction to the Youth?

current generation. And the critics who judged the teens are often “old-school,” were they didn’t have any technologies to “plug into” in there younger days. If you were to look at the extremities of the teens, they do always seem to have their headphones in. But they also always seem to be texting, and if the older generations were to get serious about their criticism, then they should also complain about the teen’s phones, music, and social networks (such as Facebook). However, there are many...

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Integrated Marketing Communications

Researchers did research and development workin a small village - Wennebostel, Germany. [pic] Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG is a extremely famous brand of personal audio equipment in the world. Its productsinclude headphones, earplugs, telephone receivers, and so on. But headphones and earplugs are the most well-known ones. Sennherser, AKG, Beyerdynamic and Grado are the first four best brands of earphones in the word. Sennheiser is the representative of European style's earphones, the voice style...

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culture. 4. Choose an advertisement. Analyze the ad for its media message. Answer the following questions based on that ad. d. The chosen advertisement is a Bose advertisement. Bose created the media message to advertise about their headphones and how they block out sound. e. The intended audience would be for young adults to middle aged adults estimating on age range from 16-50. The advertisement is a picture of a white male on a raft and this would give one the idea that leisure...

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Family Observation Report

experiment. 2:25 PM- Ms. Gitonga corrects Durone speech. He put “a” or extents the “r” at the end of words with “er” 5:30 PM-Ms. Gitonga is in the bedroom on the phone with the door closed. Dwayne and Durone are in the living room. Dwayne takes Durone headphone to trade to the ball. Durone takes Dwayne head phones. Dwayne gives back Durone head phones. He does not want to play anymore. 5:45PM- Dwayne and Durone are doing separate activates. Dwayne is on his game and Durone is on his phone. 5:50 PM- Dwayne...

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is having on adults are far greater when it comes to the developing minds of children. Technology causes people to suffer from mental and emotional disturbances such as anxiety, phobias, and delusions, which are all symptoms of neurosis. Using headphones and ear buds can cause people to lose their hearing over time. Likewise, straining your eyes looking at computer and device screens can cause people to need glasses much earlier in life. South Korea ranked it as a psychiatric disorder. You would...

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Koss Corporation Ability

Share Holder Confidence September 18, 2012 Abstract This paper will address the economics challenges of Koss Corporation. Based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Koss Corporation designs, manufactures, and sells stereo headphones and related accessory products. This report will focus on the ability of Koss to regain consumer and shareholder confidence since the reported $34 million embezzlement by the former vice president of finance from 2004 thru 2010. Koss will direct...

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