• Wired or wireless headphones? And why?

    Best answer: Depends what the headphones are used for - and how they are used. For my needs, assuming a smartphone is being used, wireless headphones when I know I will be talking (using the phone part of the smartphone); wired when listening to music for a long time. When I'm on location or editing, then wired, full-ear... show more
    Best answer: Depends what the headphones are used for - and how they are used.

    For my needs, assuming a smartphone is being used, wireless headphones when I know I will be talking (using the phone part of the smartphone); wired when listening to music for a long time.

    When I'm on location or editing, then wired, full-ear muff, noise cancelling headphones (no mic).
    4 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Best studio headphones for producing?

    I'm a fairly new producer and i need to upgrade my equipment. I can't get studio monitors because I live with my family and have paper thin walls. So I have to resort to headphones. Any recommendations? I've been looking at the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 250 Ohm. Preferably under $200
    I'm a fairly new producer and i need to upgrade my equipment. I can't get studio monitors because I live with my family and have paper thin walls. So I have to resort to headphones. Any recommendations? I've been looking at the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 250 Ohm. Preferably under $200
    5 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Can headphones cause a dent in your skull?

    Hi, I am 19 years old, I have been wearing headphones for the past 5 years now, recently I discovered that at the top of my head, it seems to be a bit dented, and it's exactly where my headphones rest on the top of my head. This was never there before and even my mother remembers it not being there... show more
    Hi, I am 19 years old, I have been wearing headphones for the past 5 years now, recently I discovered that at the top of my head, it seems to be a bit dented, and it's exactly where my headphones rest on the top of my head. This was never there before and even my mother remembers it not being there before. Could my headphones had caused this? Is there anything I can do to make it better?
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • What's the best professional digital piano I can get that I can connect a microphone and studio headphones to? One that is under $200?

    I've been searching online but I just wanted to be sure that whatever I get is satisfactory and legit. So, here I am asking for what I should get. Hopefully, I can get an answer from someone who has musical experience and will know what they are talking about.
    I've been searching online but I just wanted to be sure that whatever I get is satisfactory and legit. So, here I am asking for what I should get. Hopefully, I can get an answer from someone who has musical experience and will know what they are talking about.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • I have CDs that get kind of screwy and skip up to about a minutes' worth of a song. They have small scratches. They need to be rennovated?

    Best answer: you can buy CD polishing kits to resurface them , or you can buy new CDs on ebay for a few dollars
    Best answer: you can buy CD polishing kits to resurface them , or you can buy new CDs on ebay for a few dollars
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • How many watts is a 10" eclipse speaker?

    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Right earbud piece sounds lower than the left after accidentally leaving it in washer.?

    I tapped it a few times and the volume just got even lower. Is it rip for my earbuds..
    I tapped it a few times and the volume just got even lower. Is it rip for my earbuds..
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is it possible to connect two different bluetooth headphones to one device?

    My wife and I are taking a motorcycle trip and would like to listen to the same music using bluetooth earbuds. I've heard of something called a bluetooth splitter, but wasn't sure if it would work for this application. We're hoping to use bluetooth ear buds to listen to the same iphone while traveling. show more
    My wife and I are taking a motorcycle trip and would like to listen to the same music using bluetooth earbuds. I've heard of something called a bluetooth splitter, but wasn't sure if it would work for this application. We're hoping to use bluetooth ear buds to listen to the same iphone while traveling.
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Re-Burning music to CD?

    I know this isn't done often these days, but my parents asked me to burn some music for them. My question is, if I take some music off of an older CD, and put it on the new one, will there be a decrease in audio quality, if yes, will it be noticeable?
    I know this isn't done often these days, but my parents asked me to burn some music for them. My question is, if I take some music off of an older CD, and put it on the new one, will there be a decrease in audio quality, if yes, will it be noticeable?
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • What are some cheap alternatives to beats headphones?

    Best answer: You can go to any commercial site and survey Bluetooth earphones with the price delimiter set to $50 dollars see what comes up. However, in your case, I'd consider taking your computer in for repair, which may well be less expensive,especially long term, and in addition, restore your ability to use this quite... show more
    Best answer: You can go to any commercial site and survey Bluetooth earphones with the price delimiter set to $50 dollars see what comes up. However, in your case, I'd consider taking your computer in for repair, which may well be less expensive,especially long term, and in addition, restore your ability to use this quite important port. Usually its just a matter of the cheap-*** tinny port being worn or deformed from repeated plugging and un-plugging.
    On a PC, replacing such such jacks are usually just a matter of acquiring a new (pretty standard) SMT, or through hole port part and making three or four soldering connections to the PC's board Vias, or repasting the new one on the provided SMT pads,( depending on the build), maybe five minutes work, once the case is opened and the motherboard exposed. The cost might be reduced by removing the mother board yourself and taking it in, if you are savy enough to attempt it. You could do it yourself if you have the right soldering equipment.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Could a Bluetooth speaker be used as a APM for electric guitar /bass?

    would a electric guitar or a base work on a Bluetooth speaker instead of a expensive amp
    would a electric guitar or a base work on a Bluetooth speaker instead of a expensive amp
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • What kind of wireless headphones to use for mowing so I can listen to music or podcast while I mow?

    Is it possible to leave iPhone in my house while mowing in a large urban lawn I live in a city
    Is it possible to leave iPhone in my house while mowing in a large urban lawn I live in a city
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • One side of my mobile headphones always break?

    I bought a new pair of my mobile earphones on thursday and then i somehow managed to brake one side of them today. It's like I need to brake 5 of them until I find a good pair... (I don't break the side it just doesnt work, if i twist the input connector then the side works for 5 sec....)
    I bought a new pair of my mobile earphones on thursday and then i somehow managed to brake one side of them today. It's like I need to brake 5 of them until I find a good pair... (I don't break the side it just doesnt work, if i twist the input connector then the side works for 5 sec....)
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Belt drive or direct drive?

    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • I have the grannys garden cd from primary school but i dont have a computer which has a cd player in it?

    I have the grannys garden cd from primary school but i dont have a computer which has a cd player in it?

    Best answer: CD drives and players are readily available for reasonable prices.
    Get one.
    Best answer: CD drives and players are readily available for reasonable prices.
    Get one.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Headphone cords rippling?

    Headphone cords rippling?

    Best answer: No. That rippling shows that the internal wire conductors were stretched and when they returned to normal the outer insulation sheath didn't return to normal. It's highly suggestive, along with your description, that one or more of the internal wires snapped. If your headphones are of the type with... show more
    Best answer: No. That rippling shows that the internal wire conductors were stretched and when they returned to normal the outer insulation sheath didn't return to normal. It's highly suggestive, along with your description, that one or more of the internal wires snapped.

    If your headphones are of the type with user-replaceable cords which just plug in, then buy new cords. If not, the headphones are now fit only for the recycling bin.
    5 answers · 2 months ago