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The Unconventional Guide to Headphones

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by Joseph Ewing
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The Unconventional Guide to Headphones by Joseph Ewing

Headphones have come a long way in the past one hundred years. Back then they consisted of a single earpiece held tightly against one ear and was the only way anyone could listen to transmitted sound. This was before the days of amplifiers. Headphones were usually use in radio stations and not the home market. Today, however, there is virtually no one who has not heard of, or used, a set of headphones. They have literally exploded in popularity since the onset of mobile phones, mp3 players, ipods and the like. The most common used wires to connect the headpiece to the equipment and this restricted the movements of the user to within range - in other words, as far as the wire would stretch! GRAB A COPY OF THIS EBOOK TODAY

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Size: 273 KB
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781329694712 (DRM-EPUB)

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