Video: Are aliens into remixes? Music festival sends it best electronic tracks to space Featured stories How Fortnite approaches analytics, cloud to analyze petabytes of game data How I learned to stop worrying and love USB Type-C What is 5G? Everything you need to know about the new wireless revolution Venmo has no good reason to make user transactions public by default Most headphones concentrate on sound quality, but they all make choices about how they amplify the music. Etymotics traditionally focuses on a neutral reproduction that aims to add nothing to the sound, whereas Bose tunes the sound to give it a slight warm colouration and Beats adds a lot of bass. Audeara does a lot of processing, to tune the (full size, over the ear) headphones to match any damage or deficit in your hearing. That starts by taking a hearing test through the headphones, using the iOS or Android app to play a range of test tones between 100Hz and 22kHz; you adjust the volume for each frequency tone until you can only just hear it to build your hearing profile for each ear. This takes five to ten minutes per ear if you do the full… Read full this story
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