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The Most User Friendly Phone Headsets for the Office

Choosing the right headset for your office can make all the difference in your overall productivity. It can also make things easier for you staff, resulting in less strain, fatigue and time off work. In simple terms, the more user friendly a headset is, the shorter the training period, and the faster your staff can get back to work. Here are some of the more user friendly headsets you can choose for your office today. Wireless headsets Without a doubt, wireless headsets are the optimal choice for ...
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Thoughts On How To (Better) Choose Your Headphones

Active Noise Cancellation and Whatnot Active noise cancellation is basically electronic circuitry that "listens" to ambient noises. Then a near exact opposite wavelength to the offending sounds is generated, reducing our ability to hear them. Headphones with active noise-canceling technology typically excel at consistent noises; that's the main reason most active noise-canceling headphones aren't very good at masking sudden and unpredictable sounds. Example? Screeching tires, crying babies... Now ...
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Timeline: a History of Headphones

The 20th century allowed our human ears to enjoy private music, more than any time before. In 1910, Nathaniel Baldwin invented the headphones in the kitchen of his Utah home. In a nutshell, headphones enabled people to privately and individually interact with media; beyond personal usage, headphones are also indispensable tools for music recording, film production, TV and radio programming. Here is a timeline of how we’ve gone from Baldwin’s headphones to Apple’s EarPods. 1910: Nathaniel ...
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