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  • Headset (audio) - Wikipedia

    For computer or other audio applications, where the sources offer two-channel output, stereo headsets are the norm; use of a headset instead of headphones allows use for communications (usually monaural) in addition to listening to stereo sources. Virtual surround headsets feature ear cups that cover the entire ear.

  • Headphones - Wikipedia

    Headphones that use cables typically have either a 1/4 inch (6.35mm) or 1/8 inch (3.5mm) phone jack for plugging the headphones into the audio source. Some stereo earbuds are wireless, using Bluetooth connectivity to transmit the audio signal by radio waves from source devices like cellphones and digital players.

  • Phone connector (audio) - Wikipedia

    For example, plugging TRRS headphones into a TRS headset socket (or vice versa) or plugging TRRS headphones from one manufacturer into a TRRS socket from another may not function correctly, or at all. Mono audio will usually work, but stereo audio or microphone may not work, depending on wiring.

  • Beats Electronics - Wikipedia

    Beats initially partnered with Monster Cable, an audio and video component manufacturer based in Brisbane, California, to manufacture and develop the first Beats-branded products, and debuted its first product, Beats by Dr. Dre Studio headphones, on July 25, 2008.

  • Jabra (headset) - Wikipedia

    In September 2000, Jabra Corporation was acquired by GN Audio, a division of the Danish company GN Group, the latter having been founded by C. F. Tietgen in 1869 as the Great Northern Telegraph Company. In 2006, GN Audio consolidated its Contact Center and Office headset division under the Jabra brand.

  • List of Bluetooth profiles - Wikipedia

    The Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) is often used in conjunction with A2DP for remote control on devices such as headphones, car audio systems, or stand-alone speaker units. These systems often also implement Headset (HSP) or Hands-Free (HFP) profiles for telephone calls, which may be used separately.

  • Talk:Headset (audio) - Wikipedia

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  • Conector de audio analógico - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libreógico

    El conector de audio analógico (audio jack en inglés) de señales analógicas se utiliza para conectar micrófonos, auriculares y otros sistemas de señal analógica a dispositivos electrónicos, aunque sobre todo audio.

  • Bluetooth - Wikipedia

    Wireless Bluetooth headset and Intercom. Idiomatically, a headset is sometimes called "a Bluetooth". Wireless streaming of audio to headphones with or without communication capabilities. Wireless streaming of data collected by Bluetooth-enabled fitness devices to phone or PC.

  • Auricular - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Sin embargo, hay que destacar que el posicionamiento de sonido tridimensional está mucho más avanzado en el caso de sistemas de sonido 5.1 y 7.1. Para recrear un efecto similar con auriculares se utiliza la holofonía, sistema de audio que recrea casi a la perfección

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