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bone-conduction

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Transmission of sound-waves to the auditory apparatus through the bones of the face.

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Examples

  • The headset rests on a user's cheekbones and delivers sound through "bone-conduction technology" directly to the inner ear, VoxLinc says.

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  • This may be similar to bone-conduction, i.e. sound-induced vibrations of the skull.

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  • It might sound a bit tinny through the bone-conduction transducers in the temples of the spectacles, but they expect to have that worked out by Kindle 11, even promising a synthetic “surround sound” system.

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  • The SWAN system, consisting of a small laptop, a proprietary tracking chip, and bone-conduction headphones, provides audio cues to guide the person from place to place, with or without vision.

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  • He snatched at the soft rubber mask of the phone, jerking it away from the man's mouth so violently that he could feel the bone-conduction receiver grate between the man's teeth.

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  • The good: Has "stealth mode," a bone-conduction technology that completely blocks out environmental noise.

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  • And the HX1 features bone-conduction technology with a special in-ear sensor for combating external noise that would otherwise trip up an external mic.

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  • Designed to fit on a swim goggle or snorkeling mask, the player uses bone-conduction technology to transmit music, or sound vibrations, underneath the water from your cheekbone to your inner ear.

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  • Aliph has released its latest bone-conduction headset, the Jawbone Prime.

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  • Designed to fit on a swim goggle or snorkeling mask, the player uses bone-conduction technology to transmit music, or sound vibrations, underneath the water from your cheekbone to your inner ear.

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