The volume level of the sound that transmits from headphones or earbuds into

The volume level of the sound that transmits from

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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 heat the sound being transmitted. The quieter the sounds, the less the possibility of hearing damage. Further, listening at a higher volume for extended periods 1 Gupta and Padro state that effective noise-cancelling technology reduces the interference of sounds from the surrounding environment, reducing the volume level required by headphones and earbuds [CITATION Gupta \p 75-78 \n \t \l 17417 ].
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Carter 2 of time could be unsafe. One expert suggests people should listen at only 30 percent maximum volume [CITATION Chamberlain \l 17417 ]. More and more people are using headphones and earbuds with their computers and mobile devices. Using high quality listening devices and lowering the volume can help to minimize potential hearing loss from the use of headphones and earbuds.
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Carter 3 Works Cited Chamberlain, Megan Lynn. Understanding How Volume Levels Affect Hearing . n.d. Course Technology. Web. 16 Sept., 2017. Gupta, Elena Maia and Adelbert Luis Padro. Hearing Protection Methods . Orlando: Palm Press, 2017. Print. Tu, Mingzhu Lin. "Headphones and Earbuds." Technology Trends Today Aug., 2017: n. pag. Web. 3 Oct., 2017.
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