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Many of us use earphones to listen to music and watch television on our computers without the noise around us interfering. Thanks to the advancements in modern technology these easy to use devices have been made wireless. This means that we no longer have to worry about the wires and cords getting in our way.

Wireless earphones use a transponder and a receiver to capture the sound waves and transfer the sound into the speakers. Most models will use infra red and Bluetooth to transmit the sound waves more efficiently and with little to no static in between.

The Bluetooth functions by converting the signal taken from the output device and transferring it into another format before sending it to the receiver that is built in the earphones. That signal is than translated into the sound that the listener is hearing. The device is turned on the second they are placed over the crown of the listener’s head.

The Infra red works by receiving the signal from a transponder. From there it will convert the sound and transfer it into the receiver built inside of the device. If there is anything in between the receiver and transponder the signal will be interrupted. While infra red is effective it does take longer for the signal to travel when compared to Bluetooth.

Most wireless earphones will work between twenty to one hundred and fifty feet. They come in different styles and sizes including the headphones, ear clips, and ear buds. The type of technology that it uses will determine the sound quality you receive. Over time many manufacturers will use only the most advanced to offer better sound quality to their customers. Don’t be afraid to shop around for a system that you will love and that will last for years.

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