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 How do electromagnets improve sound in earphones?

Answer It really depends on the value of the headphones. If they're the mini type or earbud type, even though they're most likely repairable, unless they're worth more than a technician's wages for resol... Read More »
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How do earphones use electromagnets?

They dont. They use a stationary permanent magnet, as a loudspeaker does. Ellectrostatic loudspeakers and earphones don't have any type of magnet.
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Why are electromagnets needed for earphones?

Alexander Graham Bell worked on devices that would help kids and adults who had severe hearing loss. One of his devices was a single headphone that could effectively deliver loud sound to a deaf pe... Read More »
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What is the name of a special device that can transmit sound that is out of phase with the sound of a noisy jackhammer to the jackhammer operator by means of earphones over the noise of the jackhammer?

mobile phone is more harmful bcoz the waves that comes from it can cause heart diseases,memory loss,sleep disorders etc.
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Why does sound go out in one ear on earphones?

that kinda depends on what kind of mp3 paler your using. if its a cell phone with a built in mp3, then its just a matter of compatibility. if you notice the bands on a headphone plug, their are 2 a... Read More »
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