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Get to know your headphone

Headphones are great for use to listen to music while watching television or viewing movies, and when using your personal computer. There are thousands of applications where you can use headphones. There are many brands and types that you can choose from now, depending on the application.

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Headphone type and section

Basically, headphones have three parts: driver, earpiece, and attachment system. The driver is a 'sound producer'. This is a transducer that converts the electrical signal to the audio sound you hear once you put headphones in your ear. The earpiece is a physical part that you put in your ear. There are many types of earpieces that you can choose from. Finally, the attachment system is a part that unites everything. This can be a headband - for the type that has one - from cables that have two shared earbuds. The attachment system work is to make the earpiece somehow match your ears.

Headphones can be attached to any music player, to cellphones, or to personal computers. If you want to get rid of the outside sound and you just want to concentrate on the sound, there is a noise cancellation variant you can choose. Open type headphones generally have better sound quality than noise cancellation types.

When it comes to headphone design, you can choose the one that best suits your application. Headphone clip-on doesn't have a headband, the earpiece can be easily attached to your ears. There are also wireless headphones available. Earbud consists of earpieces that match the inside of your ear. Headsets combine microphone functions and earphones. Road style headphones are best used for listening to music. Earpad has two flat pads as earpieces. With all the designs and brands available on the market now, you will definitely find the type of headphones that best suits your needs and lifestyle.

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