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some phones have that as default, because sometimes it could be very noisy after you connect to some device with different input level. So to prevent devices to destroy human ears, it will decrease volume and you can adjust it later
isn't totally wrong, although you aren't likely to go instantly deaf. Seriously
loud music can damage your ears and affect your hearing in the future. You
should always wear ear plugs when you're at nightclubs and rock concerts.
Hi, you can use this instruction to pair your blue tooth with your cell phone:
Pair Your Blackberry with a Bluetooth Headset
Turn on Bluetooth headset and Blackberry hand-held.
Enable the Bluetooth radio by going to the options window and clicking on Bluetooth. Click on Enable Bluetooth in that window.
Add your Bluetooth headset to your Blackberry by clicking on Add Device in the Bluetooth window.
Find and select the name of your Bluetooth headset from the list that appears. The Blackberry will search for all Bluetooth devices within range, so other devices might show up on the list.
Click Activate Bluetooth device if you receive a call and the Bluetooth headset does not pick up automatically.
Use your Bluetooth Headset with your Blackberry
Make sure the Bluetooth radio on your Blackberry is turned on before you try to use your Bluetooth headset.
Use the voice-dial feature to call contacts if your headset has that capability. Not all headsets support voice dialing, but more of the newer models do.
Press the on/off button on your headset to end a call or use the end button on the handheld.
Tips & Warnings
Pair your Blackberry with any Bluetooth-enabled device using the same steps as those for connecting a Bluetooth headset.
Remove your Bluetooth headset from the list of paired devices on your Blackberry by selecting and clicking on Delete Device in the Bluetooth window.
Configure your Blackberry to connect to a paired Bluetooth headset without asking for authorization in the Bluetooth Device Properties window. That will allow your headset to automatically reconnect even if you take it out of range temporarily.
Only configure a Bluetooth headset to your Blackberry once. Once you configure the pairing between the two devices, the settings are saved and you do not have to repeat the processes each time you use it.
Turn off the Bluetooth radio on your Blackberry when not in use for security reasons.
Adjust volume on your headset or hand-held to a comfortable level. Excess volume from in-the-ear headsets can cause hearing damage.
Probably can't. What typically happens is that the base of the wire gets stressed from wrapping the cord around you media player and it eventually breaks the copper wire inside of the insulation. You likely can not even see the damage, let alone repair it. Be more carefull with the next set, and might I recommend a set of AKG ear buds. I use AKG studio headphones and bought my little sister some AKG ear buds, very impressive quality very close to my studio headphones. AKG K 313
First you should probably keep your hearing aid and battery away from water.I suggest taking it out while in the shower/bath and cover your head with a hood or umbrella while out on a rainy day.If battery keeps shutting down then replace the old battery with a new one.If problem keeps accorring then maybe its time to take your hearing aid into your local hearing aid repair and let them solve the whole issue with why it keeps shutting down
This is very rare, but it looks like you are the one with ability to generate high levels of static electricity. And static electricity is naturally occurring very high voltage electricity, sometimes reaching thousands of Volts in charge. Human body is excellent conductor and as any conductor it will discharge itself when the time and place is right. Every human body has static electricity, but in most cases it isn't strong enough to interfere with everyday use things surrounding us. In your case it is different - you may not even notice it, but your discharge can interfere or even damage things.
My advise to you is to buy a mechanical watch (spring driven). This should solve the problem, as the only force to have an affect on mechanical watch is gravity. And gravity is beyond any humans reach and will remain constant for the couple of million years.
The round portion that has the smaller hole in the center, with the small extension, goes into your ear. The squarish loop then needs to be rotated to out, so that it is "hooked" into the curve of your ear. Try different sizes to get the right fit of the loop (the bodies are identical).
Because every person has a different extent of hearing loss with a different type, this is difficult to answer. Some believe that there are benefits to wearing two aids. Obviously they provide for a more balanced hearing by better directing sound from different areas. Some believe that two aids provide more clarity and allow the user to hear better in noisy locations. A licensed professional or audiologist will best be able to recommend whether one or two aids will work best for you.
Behind-the-Ear (BTE) - Sits behind your ear and is connected to an ear mold placed inside your ear via tubing. BTE devices are fastened on the ear with an ear hook and the ear molds are custom made to fit the user's ear. In the Ear (ITE) - These are placed in the ear of the wearer. In the Canal (ITC) and Completely in the Canal (CIC) - With ITCs and CICs, the whole hearing aid is placed inside the canal. ITCs are often larger than CIC devices. CICs are extremely tiny in size and are almost invisible. Body-worn hearing aids - These aids use an external box worn by the user. The user wears an ear piece which is attached to the box by a wire. There are also disposable hearing aids available which have a built-in battery and, after the allotted hour or time usage, the user simply replaces the entire aid.