Why you should always put your headphones on first
On the eve of Canada Day, I got a call from an entrepreneur who had an idea for a smart speaker.
I asked him how he could make a smart device that had a speaker built in, and he responded with a few sentences: “You just have to put your earbuds on first.
I’ve got my smart speaker on.
You’ll be able to hear everything.
If I say, ‘Listen, listen,’ you’ll know what I’m saying.”
So he asked me to put my earbud on first and then ask questions, and I did.
The first time I listened to a podcast in my ear, I didn’t even notice it was there.
It was so loud and I could hear the audio on my headphones.
I was so impressed.
But I couldn’t hear what he was saying, so I turned the volume down.
I got distracted and forgot to turn it up.
Then the speaker was playing my voice over the microphone and I didn.
I didn, too.
It’s only when I hear it on my earphones that I realize what I’ve been missing.
But as I was listening to podcasts, I was wondering: What’s going on?
And it was a little bit of a relief to know: “No, it’s not there.”
I was starting to get the sense that I was missing something.
I had just missed something.
It didn’t occur to me that I needed to listen to my podcast and have it play in my ears first, so when I realized it was happening, I stopped listening.
It happened more often when I listened in my car than when I sat in front of the TV.
I did a Google search and discovered there was a trend of people listening to their podcasts in their cars, in their car’s stereo system, or even in the driver’s seat.
There are two main reasons.
First, it has become increasingly common for cars to be equipped with the new Bluetooth speaker system called the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) standard.
The Bluetooth technology is being used to connect the iPhone to a car’s speakers.
It can transmit audio to a phone, or an audio stream, but the audio stream is transmitted over Bluetooth.
When a Bluetooth device is connected to the car’s speaker system, it can send audio directly to the speaker, and this can be particularly effective when using a Bluetooth speaker with the iPhone or Android.
It is also often used in Bluetooth headphones, which means the speakers can send their audio signal to the head unit.
As long as a car has a Bluetooth audio system, the Bluetooth audio can be used to make audio that is played over Bluetooth to the audio system and to a device on the speaker system.
Bluetooth headphones and Bluetooth speakers are also often connected to a Bluetooth headset, which connects to the headset, and the headset can send the audio to the headphone.
So in theory, the car should have a Bluetooth system and speakers that are connected to Bluetooth.
But it isn’t.
The reason is that cars are so loud that people don’t hear anything.
This has happened in some cases with some Bluetooth headphones that use an active noise cancelling feature, but most of the time it’s the same as using a static noise canceling feature with the phone.
When the car is too quiet, or a car isn’t quiet enough, the speaker systems and speakers don’t work at all.
This means the only thing that is listening to a conversation is the car, and there is nothing else.
In the case of a Bluetooth Bluetooth speaker, it will only play music when there is an active signal.
If you’re sitting in the back seat and the car starts to get louder, or when the car suddenly starts to be too quiet for you to hear anything, the volume is automatically reduced.
In other words, the audio doesn’t even work.
In most cases, the speakers will only get louder or quieter when you’re using them in your car, but you will still hear it.
I’m not going to get into the details of the Bluetooth technology and the Bluetooth speaker design here.
It doesn’t really matter.
But the problem with listening to your car speakers is that they are so sensitive that if you’re talking over them in a car and the speaker is not quiet enough or too loud, you will get distracted.
That’s because you’re trying to listen but you’re not listening.
You might also be using the speaker to listen, but not hear, what’s being said.
If the car has an audio system that has headphones built in but not Bluetooth speakers, it means that the audio signals are going to be amplified and transmitted to the headphones, making it hard to hear what’s going to happen next.
I have a lot of friends that have the same thing happen to them, and they’re constantly trying to figure out how to get rid of the headphones and turn the speakers back on.
But what if the speaker doesn’t work?
What if you don’t