MP3 Players: Protecting your hearing
Yet another warning has been published about damage that MP3 players can do to our hearing. And that’s no bad thing as it’s a very real and worrying problem. www.crutchfieldadvisor.com have a very informative article about the ways that the people can use MP3 players more safely, they include:
- Using the iPod’s “Limit Volume” option to make sure you don’t accidentally ramp up the volume too high.
- Using the best quality audio files. Recording music at a lower quality will lose some of its detail being lost, producing an unnatural sound – resulting in the volume being turned up to try and better hear the lost detail.
- Using good quality headphones.
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