• How can I enjoy music again ?

    I am in my late 50's .My computer is always broken. I want to incorperate music back into my life but how ? What Electronics do I need ? How do I get the music with a great , clear sound. ? As inexpensive as possible .
    I am in my late 50's .My computer is always broken. I want to incorperate music back into my life but how ? What Electronics do I need ? How do I get the music with a great , clear sound. ? As inexpensive as possible .
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Headphones for total silence?

    Hey! Do you know if there exist headphones which allow a total silence? In fact, I can t stand any noise when I m studying and I thought it would be an option. I ve bought headphones TUNE600BT which have active noise cancelling. However when I put on the active noise cancelling (without music), all I hear is... show more
    Hey! Do you know if there exist headphones which allow a total silence? In fact, I can t stand any noise when I m studying and I thought it would be an option. I ve bought headphones TUNE600BT which have active noise cancelling. However when I put on the active noise cancelling (without music), all I hear is humming, so it s not much better for studying. Of course putting on headphones (without putting on the active noice cancelling) makes it better but I can still hear surrounding noise. So I want to know if there are any headphones which give you total silence (without humming). Has someone tried Sennheiser HD 4.50?
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • She has a love for music?

    My 13yo daughter loves listening to music in her room. Right now she has a Bluetooth earpiece that she uses while using her kindle to learn the songs lyrics. What’s a good Bluetooth equipped stereo/media player that she can use instead of the earpiece? I’m desperate for Christmas ideas
    My 13yo daughter loves listening to music in her room. Right now she has a Bluetooth earpiece that she uses while using her kindle to learn the songs lyrics. What’s a good Bluetooth equipped stereo/media player that she can use instead of the earpiece? I’m desperate for Christmas ideas
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Where can I find 80's style headphones?

    I've found that the most comfortable headphones for me are those old-style Sony Walkman-type over-the-ear headphones. I find in-ear headphones annoying. Only slightly behind are the modern over-the-ear headphones that completely cover your ears. Does anyone sell retro headphones?
    I've found that the most comfortable headphones for me are those old-style Sony Walkman-type over-the-ear headphones. I find in-ear headphones annoying. Only slightly behind are the modern over-the-ear headphones that completely cover your ears. Does anyone sell retro headphones?
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do i need an amp for my speaker?

    I bought a peavy 115 and i tried using it for virtual dj 8 the other day but the music played at a super low volume. I have a rca cable it connects to my mixer but im not sure if it requires a amp or its virtual dj not letting it work. I need to know asap
    I bought a peavy 115 and i tried using it for virtual dj 8 the other day but the music played at a super low volume. I have a rca cable it connects to my mixer but im not sure if it requires a amp or its virtual dj not letting it work. I need to know asap
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • My radio cuts out at high volumes?

    Best answer: Any stock low powered radio / stereo will "cut out" at high volume settings due distortion that overheats the voice coils in the speakers. You will eventually destroy your speakers by turning up the volume that loud. The only way to get clean, loud sound is to use a power amplifier and install speakers... show more
    Best answer: Any stock low powered radio / stereo will "cut out" at high volume settings due distortion that overheats the voice coils in the speakers. You will eventually destroy your speakers by turning up the volume that loud. The only way to get clean, loud sound is to use a power amplifier and install speakers matched to handle the power output.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What are the chances of vinyl records becoming the dominant audio format?

    I keep hearing how popular vinyl records are. Will they become the dominant audio format?
    I keep hearing how popular vinyl records are. Will they become the dominant audio format?
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Hello, I have a problem. One of my apple earbuds (with wire) suddenly stopped working. Is it possible to somehow fix it?

    Best answer: Assuming it is the earbuds that are exhibiting an issue, it really kind of depends on the issue and what is not working about them. Could be wiring (which is usually the culprit most of the time). And alternatively the Jack where the earbuds go in (could be the next culprit), the earbuds (speaker portion) could... show more
    Best answer: Assuming it is the earbuds that are exhibiting an issue, it really kind of depends on the issue and what is not working about them. Could be wiring (which is usually the culprit most of the time). And alternatively the Jack where the earbuds go in (could be the next culprit), the earbuds (speaker portion) could be failing(not as likely), or the jack on the earbuds themselves (which is least likely).


    Apples Troubleshooting guide:
    If your headphones don't work with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

    Get help when you can’t hear sound from your headphones, your microphone doesn't work, or the buttons on your remote don't work.

    Check for debris, damage, or loose connections

    1.Check for debris in the headphone port on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
    2.Check your headphone cable, connector, remote, and earbuds for damage, like wear or breakage.
    3.Look for debris on the meshes in each earbud. To remove debris, gently brush all openings with a small, soft-bristled brush that's clean and dry.
    4.Firmly plug your headphones back in. If your iOS device has a case, remove the case to get a firm connection.

    If your headphones still aren't working, follow the steps below for your issue.

    If you can't hear any sound or if only one side of your headphones works

    1.Adjust the volume with the volume buttons on your iOS device or use the Volume slider in Control Center.
    2.To see if you need a replacement, try a second pair of headphones. If the second pair works, contact the manufacturer of the initial pair and ask if you need a replacement. If the second pair doesn't work, contact Apple Support.

    If your device gets stuck in headphone mode

    If your headphones are unplugged from your iOS device and you still see a Headphones volume indicator on the screen, get help.

    If your microphone doesn't work

    1.Make sure that your headphones have a built-in microphone.
    2.Check your microphone for blockage, like debris, lint, or plastic packaging.
    3.To see if you need a replacement, try a second pair of headphones. If the second pair works, contact the manufacturer of the initial pair and ask if you need a replacement. If the second pair doesn't work, contact Apple Support.

    If the buttons on your Apple EarPods don't work

    1.Check for debris in the gap between the top and bottom covers of your remote.
    A remote on the cable of the Apple EarPods
    2.Gently tap the remote to dislodge debris. If you still see debris, brush it away with a soft-bristled brush that's clean and dry.

    If your remote still doesn't work, contact Apple Support.

    If your headphones aren't detected

    If you plug in your headphones, but sound plays from your device's speakers, try plugging in a different pair of headphones. If the same thing happens, get your device inspected at an Apple Retail Store or Apple Authorized Service Provider, or contact Apple Support.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Does playing apple music when your phone is off drain battery?

    Best answer: Turning the screen off on your phone is not turning your phone off - it will still drain! If you are playing music it will drain just that little bit faster. Your phone is an electronic device, everything it does drains the battery!
    Best answer: Turning the screen off on your phone is not turning your phone off - it will still drain! If you are playing music it will drain just that little bit faster. Your phone is an electronic device, everything it does drains the battery!
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • I need for for a punny name for my Christmas Spotify playlist, HELP ME. - I like a good pun so help a sister out?

    Best answer: Sleigh my name, sleigh my name
    Best answer: Sleigh my name, sleigh my name
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • How can a small mp3 player have a built in radio?, there is no place for an antenna. How does it work?

    Best answer: The connecting wire to the ear pieces is used as an aerial. An aerial does not have to be big or even externally visible for every application. Mobile phone aerials are hidden entirely within the phone but they still work. Blue-tooth aerials are hidden inside blue-tooth devices but they still work. FM radio,... show more
    Best answer: The connecting wire to the ear pieces is used as an aerial.

    An aerial does not have to be big or even externally visible for every application. Mobile phone aerials are hidden entirely within the phone but they still work. Blue-tooth aerials are hidden inside blue-tooth devices but they still work. FM radio, like you find in MP3 players, need an external aerial to pick up the relevant wavelengths.
    5 answers · 2 months ago