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Who made earbuds?

Earbuds are small speaker drivers that fit inside your ears like earplugs for your eardrums. Earbuds come with Apple devices such as iPods to make listening to music easier and better because of the sound quality they provide compared to other speakers. Still, there are also third-party earbud users who prefer using these kinds of headphones since they usually cost less than full-size headphones. Some companies develop earbuds to have a lot of bass, but some earbud users prefer if their earbuds had a flat response so that they won't be biased when listening to different genres of music with a lot of highs and lows. Who Made Earbuds? Plantronics first invented earbuds. They made these headphones for people who would use cellphones and iPods, and the earbud was intended to fit inside the users' ears to hear better while talking on their phones or listening to music using their headphones. After that, other companies also started making earbuds such as JVC, Sennheiser, V-Moda, Pan

What are the Earbuds with the Best Mic?

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This is a question I am often asked by people who are just getting into recording. What makes a pair of headphones or earbuds "best" for recording with mic? It all comes down to 3 things: Mics:  The most important tool in the recording studio is the microphone. Without a great mic, you can spend thousands on the best gear in the world, but the end result will be mediocre. The best mics are expensive and difficult to work with. They need frequent calibration and attention. Unless you have years of experience and are willing to put in the time and effort, you should not attempt to use a mic yourself. Hiring a professional to do it for you is almost always the better option. Preamp:  After the mic, the next most important piece of gear is the preamp. A great preamp will make a good mic sound much, much better. It will give you more headroom and let you get much louder without distorting. If you are using a computer or an amp, the last thing you want is your recording to sound &q