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  2. Ray J - Wikipedia

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    William Ray Norwood Jr. (born January 17, 1981), [1] known professionally as Ray J, is an American R&B singer, songwriter, television personality, and actor. Born in McComb, Mississippi, and raised in Carson, California, he is the younger brother of singer and actress Brandy Norwood. [3] In January 2017, he competed in the nineteenth season of ...

  3. Here One - Wikipedia

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    Here One is a pair of wireless smart earbuds developed and manufactured by Doppler Labs. [1] It allows users to filter sound, stream music, and amplify speech. It can also be used to take phone calls and filter certain sounds, such as background noise. [2] [3] Here One has been called the world's first in-ear computer and in June 2018 Here One ...

  4. Headphones - Wikipedia

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    Wireless headphones. Headphones are a pair of small loudspeaker drivers worn on or around the head over a user's ears. They are electroacoustic transducers, which convert an electrical signal to a corresponding sound. Headphones let a single user listen to an audio source privately, in contrast to a loudspeaker, which emits sound into the open ...

  5. The best wireless earbuds - AOL

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    Sony WF-1000XM4 $ at Amazon. Sony WF-1000XM4 $ at Best Buy. Sony WF-1000XM4 $ at Sony. Best for fitness: Beats Fit Pro Pros: Great fit, easy button controls. Cons: Case could be improved. The ...

  6. Raycom Sports - Wikipedia

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    Raycom Sports is a Charlotte, North Carolina –based producer of sports television programs owned by Gray Television . It was founded in 1979 by husband and wife, Rick and Dee Ray. In the 1980s, Raycom Sports established a prominent joint venture with Jefferson-Pilot Communications which made them partners on the main Atlantic Coast Conference ...

  7. Bone conduction - Wikipedia

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    Bone conduction is the conduction of sound to the inner ear primarily through the bones of the skull, allowing the hearer to perceive audio content even if the ear canal is blocked. Bone conduction transmission occurs constantly as sound waves vibrate bone, specifically the bones in the skull, although it is hard for the average individual to ...

  8. Owner's manual - Wikipedia

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    Owner's manual. An owner's manual (also called an instruction manual or a user guide) is an instructional book or booklet that is supplied with almost all technologically advanced consumer products such as vehicles, home appliances and computer peripherals . Information contained in the owner's manual typically includes:

  9. Radar beacon - Wikipedia

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    Radar beacon (short: racon) is – according to article 1.103 of the International Telecommunication Union's (ITU) ITU Radio Regulations (RR) [1] – defined as "A transmitter-receiver associated with a fixed navigational mark which, when triggered by a radar, automatically returns a distinctive signal which can appear on the display of the ...

  10. The Design of Everyday Things - Wikipedia

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    The Design of Everyday Things is a best-selling [1] book by cognitive scientist and usability engineer Donald Norman about how design serves as the communication between object and user, and how to optimize that conduit of communication in order to make the experience of using the object pleasurable. One of the main premises of the book is that ...

  11. Organ console - Wikipedia

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    The console of the Wanamaker Organ in the Macy's (formerly Wanamaker's) department store in Philadelphia, featuring six manuals and colour-coded stop tabs. The pipe organ is played from an area called the console or keydesk, which holds the manuals (keyboards), pedals, and stop controls. In electric-action organs, the console is often movable.