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 What waves does headphones use?

Answer Head phones can definitely be dangerous to ear drums. If the volume of the device that is producing the sound is turned up too high and listened to for a long period of time, the head phones could ... Read More »
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If waves increase, does the distance between the waves decrease?

According to the Physics Classroom, the frequency of a wave is equal to its velocity divided by its wavelength. This means that an increase in the frequency (the total number of waves per interval)... Read More »
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Do bluetooth headphones use the same radio waves as cellphones?

The most basic reason that headphones are magnetic is that electro-magnetic force is required to move the tiny diaphragms in the headphones. Electircal currents inside wires in the earpieces provid... Read More »
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What is the difference between radio waves&cell phone waves?

Cell phone signals are transmitted through the medium of electromagnetic waves. The types of waves that make up the electromagnetic spectrum include (in part) radio waves, microwaves, infrared wave... Read More »
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