from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A receiver, as for a telephone, radio, or stereo, held to the ear by a headband.
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- n. A listening device placed or worn in the ear, usually sold in pairs
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. electro-acoustic transducer for converting electric signals into sounds; it is held over or inserted into the ear
Razer has moved to an open-back, ear-encompassing headphone, which is good for those of us who don't like stuff actually sitting on our ears, and I personally think it helps with sound placement as well.
The Skype service is a bit different because you need special hardware to access it, namely a headphone + microphone combination.
They were here to promote some kind of headphone set, I think.
It comes with all the expected features such as headphone, microphone, Line In and Spdif, but also has 5.1 surround sound speakers to give a full range audio experience for portable gaming and music playback.
With a 10MHz, 10V / s, rail-to-rail I / O performance the device is ideal for audio applications such as headphone drivers and audio line receivers and buffers.
As such they do qualify for PCEE as well as a huge majority of them do have a headphone output which therefore qualifies for Dolby headphone which is part of the PC experience.
Further research is needed to determine if and how headphone use compromises pedestrian safety.
With Regards to the Queen's iPod, I can just imagine future political cartoons: captionless scenes of political mayhem with the Queen regally watching ... with headphone cords dangling from her ears.
"How would one adjust the length of the headphone strap?" regarding Asking People What They Want wILLIAM said:
Who will lay into "headphone guys," those inclined to tune out the clubhouse right after the game.
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