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What are the technical specifications for the earpod headphone?
Things like impedance, frequency range would be nice to know.
- Asked by Lairon L from Miss
- Sep 14, 2012
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What are the technical specification of these? Headphone I see in the stores state tech specs with dynamic range, distortion, etc. on their packages.
What is the hertz on the new earpods?
What are the lowest sounds and the highest sounds that you can hear with the new earpods?? Or in other words what is the hertz high and low?
- Asked by Helma H
- Dec 25, 2012
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can you change the sound balance on a Apple iPod classic 160GB 6th Generation?
I have a friend who want’s an iPod, but he is a bit deaf in one ear, so can you change the sound balance (left and right) on a Apple iPod classic 160GB 6th Generation?
He thinks I’m an expert!!! That’s why I could do with some help.
- Asked by Rob M from Monmouthshire
- Feb 20, 2013
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Are these headphones as good as the ones that actually suction into your ear? I recently saw these, and I thought they were interesting looking.
By "Suction into your ear", I mean the ones that have the rubbery nubs that generally repel sounds.
- Asked by Angela D from Earlysville
- Sep 12, 2012
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EarPods for small ears
I have a new iPhone 5c. I love the sound with the earbuds that came with the phone. However, they keep popping out of my ears even when I scarcely move. I think my ears are too small. Is there a children's size. The sound is so great, I am really sad I have this problem. Help!
- Asked by Marion S from Hampton Bays
- Dec 14, 2014
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WILL THE HEADPHONES WORK IN AN AIRCRAFT
I will be off to spain soon but i find that my Headphones i use for my i Pod are not good enough to to overcome the sound of the Aircraft Engines will the new £25 headphones work a lot better
- Asked by William W
- Dec 29, 2012
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Are these earbuds approximately the same size as the old Apple earbuds?
It sounds silly, but I have pretty small ears and the old Apple earbuds are the only kind that I don't have to adjust every few minutes. So I am wondering if these new ones are the same size.
- Asked by Karolyn M from Winnipeg
- Mar 6, 2013
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Like previous earbud models, how easily will my music be heard by others sitting within proximity to me?
Current earbuds, when at half of maximum volume, emit a clear sound of the music or audio that someone is listening to when not in their ear. But the in-ear earbuds make listening in, or eavesdropping, on music more of a harder task. How easily will other people be able to hear the audio that is emitted by these earbuds when they are not in their own ear?
- Asked by Aaron M from Ball Ground
- Sep 12, 2012
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To what extent are they sweat-proof?
If I ran using the earbuds that came with my iPhone4, they did not function properly after I'd run a few miles - presuming that had to do with the amount of sweat.. that is, the playback would speed up (such that it sounded like chipmunks were singing), or it might randomly skip ahead to the next song while the first was playing, etc. This didn't happen when I switched to a non-apple set of earbuds, but it's recurred when I've used the original earbuds. I know they're not meant to be water-proof per se, but would like to have some assurance of that they'd still function properly while I exercise, too.
- Asked by Marla S from Rockville
- Sep 14, 2012
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how to properly clean earpod mesh on speakers?
When there is a slight wax build up i usually just wipe with paper towel or carefully use a tooth pic. My concern is the mesh may be getting the wax pushed in, is there anyway to clean the mesh? It seems like someone overlooked this feature of the earpods. I was wondering if there was any type of liquid solution or something similar I could use to dissolve the stuff pushed into the mesh, both sides of my earpods have no sound coming out now except for the two mics on the side, and there is no visible wax in them either.
- Asked by Trevor B from Toronto
- Sep 27, 2014
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