Earbuds

How To : 6 DIY Ideas for Keeping Your Earbuds Tangle-Free

If you always carry earbuds with you in your purse or backpack, you can use simple household objects to prevent the cords from tangling up into knots. For a super-easy solution, simply place your earbud cords in a prescription bottle, a travel-sized Q-tip container, or an emp ...more

HowTo : Make Your Own Custom Fit Earbud Headphones

Earbuds have always been a problem for me. Maybe I have abnormally shaped ears, but when I go running, my iPod Shuffle earbuds are a chronic distraction, always popping out. With the iPod Shuffle, you're bound by the Apple brand earbuds, as the controls are on the headphones r ...more

How To : Replace iPhone headphone earbuds

How to take off the iPhone earbuds and replace them with whichever ones fit your ears and sound best. This can help because you keep the button and the 1/8" jack that slips into your iPhone. You need a soldering iron to remove the earbuds.

How To : Clean iPod earbud headphones

No wonder iPod earbuds get grimy—they're in your ears every day. Now that we've grossed you out, here’s how to clean them. This how-to video offers some tips for making sure those headphones stay spotless. It'll keep you healthy, and extend the life of the earbuds. Watch this ...more

How To : Custom fit a pair of earbuds to fit your ear

Earbuds can be great for filtering out distraction, but they certainly aren't built for every ear. This tutorial shows you how to create your own pair of custom fit earbuds using just a custom earplug kit. Follow the instructions, and you'll have your own pair of noise-cancell ...more

How To : Wrap earbuds

Learn how to wrap earbuds. Give your Apple iPod earbuds a little TLC by learning how to store them correctly. You Will Need * Earbuds Step 1. Make a loop Hold the earbud side in one hand and begin to wrap the cord around the four fingers of your hand. Step 2. Wrap around ...more

How To : These Top-Rated Wireless Earbuds Are Only $65

It's frustrating to go and listen to music just to find that your wired earbuds more closely resemble a tumbleweed you can't easily unknot. Cords tangle, are vulnerable, and make it hard to do so many of the things music makes easier — like working out, commuting, and cleaning ...more

How To : Get Live FM Radio on Your Galaxy S8 or S8+

The Galaxy S8 and S8+ come equipped with all of the hardware needed to access live FM radio, but this feature was never really advertised or even spoken about. Thankfully, though, all you need is an app to enable it. Samsung's using two different processors to power the S8 — ...more

How To : 6 Hidden Audio Mods for Your Galaxy S9

With much of the hype centered around its powerful cameras, it's easy to overlook the equally impressive audio capabilities of the Galaxy S9. After all, the S9 and S9+ are the first Samsung flagships to feature AKG-tuned stereo speakers, and that's not even mentioning all the ...more

How To : Boost Headphones Volume on Your Galaxy S6 Edge

The Galaxy S6 Edge comes with a very nice pair of earbuds, which might possibly be the best set I've ever owned. They're quite comfortable, and they provide clear and robust sound, but they could still use just a little boost in volume. If you've found that your Galaxy S6 Edg ...more

How To : 9 Hidden Audio Mods for Your Galaxy on One UI

Though more well known for their OLED displays and advanced cameras, Galaxy phones like the S8, Note 10 & 10+ and S10 series are a force to be reckoned with when it comes to audio. In fact, flagships from the S9 on up feature AKG-tuned stereo speakers, along with a slew of sof ...more

How To : Fix your broken or dirty iPhone earpiece

Sometimes when you answer a call you are unable to hear it unless you use your earbuds or a Bluetooth headset. This is because the earpiece speaker no longer appears to function. This happens when the iPhone thinks the earbuds are still plugged in (because the plug is fouled w ...more

How To : Charge Your iPhone 7 While Listening to Music

The fact that this guide even exists is a downright shame, but that's neither here nor there. The truth of the matter is the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus don't have 3.5 mm headphone jacks, and since they use the Lightning connector to output audio, it's hard to charge your phone while ...more

News : Everything You Need to Know About the iPhone XR

The iPhone XR has touched down alongside the XS and XS Max, and it utilizes tried and tested materials found on the iPhone 8, while being molded in the same vein as the iPhone X. The budget-friendlier flagship comes with its own set of design elements to set it apart from its ...more

How To : Use a TI-84 calculator as an MP3 Player!

With the help of a program called TItunes & standard earbuds (and adapter) we can listen to music played by a TI84! Mod you calculator to play music. This only works on a TI84, not a TI83. This program probably doesn't work for the TI83 because of timer instructions. But the ...more

How To : 9 Ingenious Uses for Your Spare Contact Lens Cases

There are over 38 million people who wear contact lenses in the United States, but nearly a quarter of those never replace their contact lens case. If you're one of those folks, you probably have a drawer full of empty, unused lens cases in your home. Start putting them to goo ...more

How To : Take Better Fireworks Photos with Your iPhone

The default Camera app on your iPhone can take some pretty incredible photos during the day. Newer iPhone models can even make nighttime shots look good. But you can't just point and shoot if you want to capture some pretty spectacular fireworks photos on July 4th, New Year's ...more

How To : Build a pair of binaural stealth microphones

MAKE and Kipkay brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the technology in your life. Make Magazine celebrates your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your own will. In this video tutorial episode of Weekend Projects with Kipkay, you'll learn how to build a pair ...more

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