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A Comparison of Regular Headphones and Noise Canceling Headphones

You wouldn’t think that buying a new set of headphones would be so difficult. However, with all the new technology and headphone styles available it’s easy to become overwhelmed. The first and perhaps most important decision to make is whether you want noise canceling headphones or traditional headphones. What are Noise Canceling Headphones? Noise canceling headphones are headphones that eliminate outside noise. They do so by either creating a physical barrier that prevents it from reaching your eardrum or by using noise canceling technology. This technology, also commonly referred to as ANC, Active Noise Cancellation, strives to create a sound that is the opposite of the outside noise. For example, if you’re on an airplane, then the technology would detect the sound of the engine. It would then create an opposing sound in your ear. The two noises cancel each other out and you only hear your audio. Traditional Headphone Benefits One of the common complaints about noise canceling head...

 


How to Shop for Portable iPod Speakers

As one of the best rated gadgets of the last few years, the iPod has seen a number of accessory releases to complement its use. And, as a music player, one of the most popular accessories has to be the iPod speaker dock. Here's a guide to what you need to consider before buying iPod speakers. Do You Really Need Special Speakers For Your iPod? The short answer is no, you don't need any kind of special speakers for your iPod. Any speakers that'll allow you to connect a device using the headphone jack will do. Whatever you're playing on the iPod will play out through the speakers, in the same way as you're playing the iPod in your car. However, there are a few benefits to choosing speakers that are specifically designed for use with your iPod. For a start, these speakers usually come with a charging dock. This means that you won't need to worry about your iPod running out of battery while you're playing your music. It also means that your iPod fits perfectly between the speakers - they look sleek and tidy! ...

 


Review: A Closer Look at the Apple iPod Shuffle (4th Generation)

The iPod Shuffle is the MP3 player of choice for people who want something simple, easy to use, and small, yet still with the high quality of a brand such as Apple. The manufacturers themselves brand it as "clip-and-go" referencing just how easy it is to carry around with you, and have made a number of upgrades in the latest 4th generation. Features Of The iPod Shuffle * 2 GB capacity (500 songs), * Blue, green, orange, silver and pink color schemes, * 15 hours audio playback battery life, * Simple control pad, * Supported audio formats: AAC, Protected AAC, MP3, MP3 VBR, Apple Lossless, Audible, WAV and AIFF, * One year limited warranty. iPod Shuffle 4th Generation Vs. 3rd Generation One major change from the 3rd generation to the 4th is that the latter now includes simple buttons on the device itself. To control the previous generation, users had to manage the device with the controls on the included headphones. This was designed to make it easier to switch songs on the go, though many users found it fru...

 




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