Headphones

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Headphones are electronic audio devices that people wear over their ears. They let people hear sounds on a walkman, MP3 player, mobile phone or computer. Headphones come in many different sizes from big to small. They are also known as earphones, stereophones, headsets or even 'cans'. Earbuds are inserted into the ear.[1] Headphones typically uses small plug for connection. Some use a Bluetooth connection so they don't have the cord in the way.

There is a risk of deafness if listening to headphones with a high volume for a long time.

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  1. "Wireless Earbuds". Tabers Truth. Retrieved 11 September 2017.