Headphones and Earbuds Paper - Carter 1 Oswald Carter Ms Ruiz English 104 Safely Using Headphones and Earbuds People often listen to sound from their

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Carter 1 Oswald Carter Ms. Ruiz English 104 October 10, 2017 Safely Using Headphones and Earbuds People often listen to sound from their computers or portable devices through headphones or earbuds. Headphones cover or are placed outside of the ear, whereas earbuds rest inside the ear canal. With these listening devices, only the individual wearing the device hears the sound. Using headphones or earbuds improperly can lead to permanent hearing loss. Items that may protect hearing include quality of these devices and volume levels. The volume level of the sound that transmits from headphones or earbuds into the ear of a person wearing this type of device has been linked to hearing loss. The volume should be set low enough that other people nearby cannot hear the sound being transmitted. The quieter the sounds, the less possibility of hearing damage.
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