Published on 17th July 2009 by
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Originally Posted by yakybmy GF wants an Iphone to go on the internet with, but i know that she will use it for a month realise that her email is still full of junk then stop using it and it will just be an expensive phone
Originally Posted by WhalemeisterAm I the only person to see the e-pens picture and want to shop in "i" in there ;)
Originally Posted by Sifter3000Quote:Originally Posted by yakybmy GF wants an Iphone to go on the internet with, but i know that she will use it for a month realise that her email is still full of junk then stop using it and it will just be an expensive phone
Hmm, got to say I think you're wrong here - I know a lot of people with iPhones, and not a single one of them has, after a month, decided it was crap...
Originally Posted by JipaI disagree on a number of things on the Roccat Vire.
- They aren't in-ear to begin with
Originally Posted by CardJoeTHAT'S WHAT I SAID!
I said they were ear-bud, not in-ear, but I got over-ruled by Alex who insisted there were only over-ear and in-ear headphones. Me, I thought there was over-ear, in-ear and then ear-bud - which these are since they don't enter the ear canal...
Originally Posted by DarkLord7854Agreed. To me, an in-ear headset goes into the ear-canal.
Originally Posted by yakybi have to be honest,
...the amount of times i have tried to get use out of my pda but failed is staggering im now trying to use it to create a remote control for my HTPC which is not going to be easy!!
Originally Posted by Wiki powah
Ear canal, or external auditory meatus
From the pinna the sound pressure waves move into the ear canal, a simple tube running through the middle ear. This tube leads inward from the bottom of the auricula and conducts the vibrations to the tympanic cavity and amplifies frequencies in the range 3 kHz to 12 kHz.
Circumaural (fully covers ears, with a seal around the head)
Supra-aural (just sits on top of your outer ears)
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