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Detect Fake Monster Beats By Dr Dre Solo HD

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The truth of this matter is that Fake Dr Dre Solo HD sound extremely bad, and they only cost 30 dollars to make! These fakes are have inaccurate bass, mids, and highs.
Now the real Dr Dre Solo HDs are way better, better stronger bass, more live and accurate mids and highs.

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Boots the Chemist Goes Digital with MOTOTRBO

What is your favourite feature of my radio accessory? Personally, I like the design job – Its cooler than an Inuit’s underpants!

Boots Enjoys Future Proofed Communications in a Single Handset at National Stores Service Centre in Nottingham

Boots the Chemist is the United Kingdom’s leading health and beauty retailer. The company supplies its 2,600 outlets in the UK and Ireland from an 800,000 sq ft Stores Service Centre (SSC) in Nottingham. The SSC stocks thousands of

product lines and is set to handle Boots’ entire range by 2009. It operates 16 hours a day, six days a week and services many stores on an almost daily basis.

Streamlining On-Site Communications in a Time-Critical, Performance-Driven Environment Built on Lean, Efficient Operating Practices
SSC employees were using a number of disparate technologies to communicate with colleagues in their functional group. Engineers, system managers and production line ‘jam busters’ had all set up one-to-one communications systems based largely on DECT or mobile phones to meet their individual needs. Poor coverage in some areas was impacting on voice quality and the ability to reach key people quickly.

In addition to one-to-one communication, group calling was becoming essential to coordinate teams instantly, resolve issues rapidly and maintain the fast order turnaround times and high service standards that Boots stores around the country depend on. The SSC decided to replace its multiple communications systems with a single, integrated solution. Logistics managers evaluated the options

for providing communications for its 140 users and considered implementing a trunked analogue two-way radio system. The team consulted a Motorola Authorised Dealer who proposed a cost-effective conventional digital solution for its wider coverage, improved audio clarity, greater capacity, efficient use of

spectrum and ability to combine a broad range of functions into a single device.

MOTOTRBO Offers Maximum Value for Money with Unrivalled Performance and the Flexibility to Meet the Needs of Multiple User Groups
The SSC selected MOTOTRBO for its comprehensive, scalable, next-generation feature set that would also support its requirements for a lot longer than older analogue technology and make on-site communication between all functions and work groups simple and efficient.

The slightly higher network costs of digital over analogue were compensated by its lower set-up, hardware and licensing overheads. Digital’s ability to provide two slots on a single channel meant that only three MOTOTRBO DR3000 repeaters were required to deliver six talk channels and ensure complete coverage in all buildings and outside areas on the Boots head office complex. The SSC purchased

55 MOTOTRBO DP3600 hand portables and 18 MOTOTRBO DM3600 fixed mobiles for use by its 140 users.

After the radios had been pre-programmed to meet the needs of different work groups, setting up the new solution took just half a day. Users were already familiar with the cell-phone look and feel of the MOTOTRBO handsets, which made training quick and easy. Most staff became confident in the key functions after just 20 minutes training, which helped increase their effectiveness from day one.

MOTOTRBO DP3600 hand portables come complete with UHF antenna, 1300mAh NiMH battery, belt-clip and Impres single unit charger, providing an out-of-the-box solution. The long-life battery means that most Boots SSC employees are able to work 16 hours without the need for recharging. Dustproof, water resistant and subject to accelerated life testing to military standards, in common with all Motorola radios, the DP3600s are resilient enough to withstand the everyday wear and tear of a busy warehouse environment.

The MOTOTRBO DM3600 fixed mobile radios with their plug-and-play functionality are used by desk-based staff such as line managers and function heads. Both hand portable and mobile models benefit from a two-line alphanumeric display, digital calling options, call forwarding, easy-to-use menu keys,

and large volume control knob. Channel switching allows supervisory staff to communicate with all user groups. Five programmable buttons allow users to tailor functionality to streamline communications and have been programmed by DCRS to customise the radios to the SSC’s needs. Three of the buttons are used to provide one-stop hot lines to the warehouse management system control room, the engineers’ help desk and the Engineering Flow controller. A fourth button delivers manual dialling facilities to save users scrolling down the menu list if they know the ID of the radio they are calling. The fifth button is used as a keypad lock to protect against accidental transmission. The SSC’s jam busters, who resolve non-technical faults such as broken pallets and tears in packaging, use the MOTOTRBO radios to communicate across the distribution centre and smooth the flow of goods coming in and out of the SSC. Frequent calls are made by the jam busters but transmission usually lasts for only a few seconds. The team of engineers also has its own channel, which is used to alert colleagues

instantly to equipment problems and ensure machinery breakdowns are fixed before they impact on delivery schedules to the stores. Engineers only communicate when machinery is malfunctioning, which tends of mean that fewer, longer calls are made. The SSC’s information technology managers use the MOTOTRBO hand portables to liaise with each other when monitoring performance of the automated warehouse management solution on the factory floor. Other user groups include controllers, production teams and operations managers.

The six talk channels were configured to match the calling patterns of the different user groups while ensuring maximum availability. Average talk time is five seconds, with a time-out timer after 30 seconds.

Some 60% of the calls are group calls, but the ability to broadcast to all users in a group simultaneously has made a significant impact on response times in a time-critical environment.

Digital Doubles Channel Capacity and Halves Licensing and Hardware Costs while Improved Operating Efficiencies Save Five Man Days Per Week

Choosing digital over analogue has improved channel efficiency by doubling capacity per channel and reduced licensing costs. Hardware costs have also been cut by 50%, while TDMA protocol batteries extend talk time by 40% and enable most users to work two shifts on a single charge. MOTOTRBO’s ease of programming and comprehensive feature set provide the flexibility to accommodate the different communication needs of Boots’ 20 user groups within a single handset.

Reworking day-to-day practices and escalation procedures around the functionality of the MOTOTRBO two-way radio system is already generating significant efficiency benefits. The SSC estimates that it saves five minutes per person per day using the radios, which adds up to almost six hours per day or nearly five man-days each week. These efficiencies have been achieved within only three months of go-live and the SSC anticipates even greater savings in the future.

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What Does a Live Performer Hear in their Earpiece Whilst Performing? Asked by Ahmed from Nottingham

I do not know if you came here as you read it on social media, twitter, facebook, google +, stumble upon or somewhere else. thankyou for visiting and I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I did.

headphonesHi Ahmed,

I’ve been in a few bands myself, but none of them ever got big enough to warrant anything as extravagant as an earpiece (tumblr.com), so I can’t answer your question from personal experience.

I do remember doing one gig where the guy in charge of the mix (who’d made his name mixing for a very famous David Coverdale-fronted 80’s rock band) flat-out refused to let us do a soundcheck, assuming that all the bands featured on the show, no matter what style of music they played, could all be mixed the same way. Maybe that’s the reason that particular David Coverdale-fronted 80’s rock band never made it into my record collection…But, whatever, I digress…

For performers more successful than I, it’s usually a monitor mix that comes through the earpiece. This mix is created with the individual performer in mind (meaning that their own contributions are placed higher or lower in the mix, depending on their personal preference).

Of course, with arena gigs being what they are these days, it is vital for musicians to sound the part, which must be difficult if you’re trying to carry a tune with 50,000 people screaming in your face. Large gigs are huge events as well as big business, so mistakes can’t really be tolerated at that level anymore. As a result, earpieces help the band to play together, stay in time, stay in tune and deliver a good show, every single night of the tour. At least, that’s the theory.

As to what they hear exactly, well, I would imagine that it differs from performer to performer because, as I said, each mix is individually tailored to the musician in question.

The example I found on Quora had it that vocalists tend to like their own voice to be kept high in the mix, ostensibly so that they can hear themselves well. However, if you’ve ever been in a band, you’ll suspect, as I have come to, that it is actually to reinforce the fact in their own drug-addled minds that they are the greatest thing in the known universe and that nobody else in the band (especially the drummer) would be anywhere without their naval-gazing lyrics, constant, budgie-like preening and onstage showboating.

…I was a singer, by the way.

Why do Cops Still use Only Motorola Walkie-Talkies for Communication?

headset. earphonesYou are safe in the wisdom that I bring the best radio earpiece content pieces, several of them are my own several of which are curated by me, if i choose to use someone elses content it is because it’s important to my readership, so feel confident that you are reading the best from my industry.

OK, you said ‘cops’ which isn’t a word we generally use here in the UK. We Brits traditionally tend to refer, politely, to our ‘boys in blue’ as ‘bobbies’ or ‘the old bill’.

Anyway, given that, I’m going to assume that you’re asking about the American police and their longstanding partnership with the Motorola Corporation. OK, here goes…

According to Motorola’s official website,

“Law enforcement communications and police communications are essential assets to the safety and security initiatives in any community. Advancing police communications allow law enforcement to be more mobile and more rapidly respond to issues. Motorola offers an extensive product line to enhance law enforcement communications with less paperwork and faster, highly reliable performance”.

Motorola manufactured car radios as early as the 1920’s and US police and the fire brigade used a few of these, but it wasn’t until 1930 that the first police car radio was designed and built by Motorola. According to the official website,

“Sales of Motorola police radios began in November 1930. Among the first customers (all in the U.S. state of Illinois) were the Village of River Forest; Village of Bellwood Police Department; City of Evanston Police; Illinois State Highway Police; and Cook County Police in the Chicago area. As more police departments used radios, challenges emerged. Rough roads, engine noises, interference, high power consumption, and frequency instability led Paul Galvin to recognize that police departments needed a radio specifically engineered for patrol cars”.

In 1936, the Motorola Police Cruiser Radio was released. It was a success and Motorola have been a trusted brand by US Police ever since. In 1939, engineer Don Mitchell created the Mobile T6920 AM Transmitter. It was another success, becoming a logical choice for the police because,
“This complete Motorola two-way radio system was priced about one-fourth as much as the competition’s, and the transmitters could be installed in cars that already had receivers in the same frequency band. In 1940 the Police Department in Bowling Green, Kentucky, became the first customer for a complete Motorola AM two-way radio system. The radios were so well-designed that Galvin Manufacturing produced the same models for several years, until FM technology replaced them in the 1940s”.

Clearly, the US police have a long and fruitful relationship with the Motorola Company. This obviously applies to walkie-talkies as well. It makes good sense to employ a trusted, easy to use brand for successive generations of officers, who often have to respond swiftly and instinctively to various problems.
The first police to use two-way radios were actually Australian, but following the Second World War, mobile radios became standard issue in most first world countries.

Two Way Radio – Modern Means of Communication

audioWithout giving too much about this earpiece piece of writing, but I found it remarkable and relevant to what I’m now doing.

In this fast paced world, communication plays a very important role. Modern Advancements in the field of communication has made this world a global village wherein people from all around the globe can commute with one another quickly and with ease.
With the invention of radio modern means of communication has been driven to an unsurpassed height wherein ease in communication enhances the work ethics by reducing the time and money spend on communication related problems. Employees can instantly keep in touch with one another with the help of two way radio equipment.

Radio as a modern means of communication is definitely creating a revolution in the field of communication.
Huge industrial units have thousands of employees and the supervisors who manage them must be around their respective groups to motivate and guide them to work properly. At the same time higher officials like field managers cannot possibly be present at every nook and corner of the industrial area.

In such cases two way radio communication systems can help these people to stay in constant touch with one another. Apart from this these radios are highly efficient and very useful for security guards in the campus. The importance of this great means of communication is felt only when an emergency situation arises.

At such times one can easily alert the others and thereby reduce the risk of theft or other security breaches.
If you need an effective radio communication system to be installed in your premises, you should call a systems expert. They will access your needs and prepare a proposal as to what kind of equipment and the number of radio devices you will need along with the frequency of the system or the power needed to run the system efficiently will be evaluated.

After this assessment, the rate for such an installation is discussed and then when the deal is finalised the installation work starts. The central radio communication device systems are installed and thus your company will have an efficient and purpose driven communication system instantly.
These radio communication systems are handheld wireless devices which are very handy and easy to use.

In case of popular events or if you need these devices for particular events or programs then you can even hire these devices. Many companies provide sales as well as hire the radio devices for a moderate rent. Whatever the need the sales, after sales maintenance and repair is all generally handled by the single company who offers you the device.

It is best to choose such a company for these services as they will know about the devices better.
From the point of security, these devices provide excellent service and moreover the time and cost spent on manual communication is huge and very impractical compared to the speed of communication and action that you can enjoy by installing the radio devices for communication.

We can say that radios are the best modern means of communication that humanity has ever had and will ever have.

Earpiece computer can track your behaviour through facial expressions

Earpiece computer can track your behaviour through facial expressions
My basic review of a new radio accessory it begins well, looks pretty cool, is easy to run and really power resourceful, the earpiece really is a excellent item. Im glad I purchased it, read more underneath.

headset. earphonesA team of Japanese engineers are testing a tiny personal computer that fits into your ear, and is controlled by eye blinks or tongue clicks.
As if talking into an almost hidden Bluetooth earpiece didn’t make you look crazy enough, this 17g wireless device gets its cues from wearers through tongue clicks and facial expressions, according to The Japan Times.
For now, researchers at Hiroshima City University are calling it an “Earclip-type Wearable PC” and are developing it as a wireless device with bluetooth and GSP, as well as a compass, gyrosensor, battery, barometer, speaker, and microphone.
“We have made this with the basic idea that people will wear it in the same way they wear earrings,” project engineer Kazuhiro Taniguchi told the Times.
Following in the footsteps of wearable computing hardware like Google Glass, this miniature machine planned to launch as a consumer device by the end of 2015 includes a microchip and data storage.
Additionally, it can be connected to another gadget, like an iPod, a tablet, or a smartphone, to navigate apps using facial expressions.
Want to open iTunes? Just raise your right eyebrow. Or stick out your tongue to browse the Web, wiggle your nose to send a text message, and clench your teeth to take a photo.
The “Earclip-type Wearable PC” acts as a sort of “third hand,” the developers said. It uses infrared sensors to recognize movements in the ear, while allowing the wearer to use both hands for activities like rock climbing or riding a motorcycle. One possible application would be for disabled people who may have lost the use of one or both of their hands.
“Supposing I climb a mountain, look at the sky at night, and see a bright star up there, it could tell me what it is,” Taniguchi said, adding that the computer knows things like the altitude a user is at.

“This could connect you with a person who is looking at the same star at a remote place at the same time,” he said, setting up the earpiece to be a sort of universal communication device.
Taniguchi also foresees the potential for the machine to serve as a tracker for elderly wearers, who would use it as a hearing aid which doubles as an all-seeing eye for their relatives to track their health, falls, and location

The most popular headsets and earpieces of 2012

headphonesWith very little information on the internet about radio accessory’s, it is very rare when we get a chance to re post, with permission, an article from this industry.

2012 was no doubt a great year for all the tech lovers. Smartphones became even more advanced and we got new software and gadgets from such titans as Apple, Google and Microsoft, but in this article we wont mention new iPads and iPhones, we are going to talk about headsets and earpieces, the segment of the market that also achieved some remarkable heights last year.

Plantronics Voyager Legend is a bit too smart to be called an ordinary Bluetooth set. Once you put the headset on, smart sensor technology reacts immediately and lets you take a call without a click. This headset announces who is calling and with voice commands answer or ignore you can either take a call or dismiss it. It also provides you with notifications about connection status and battery charge. And one of its greatest features is that if it gets lost somewhere you can track the gadget to the last place it was used, for that you need to download only one simple mobile app. Not bad for such relatively inexpensive gadget, if you ask me.

For those who have been dreaming about comfortable noise-cancelling earpieces now there is Beats by Dre Executive. It is not exactly something you would expect from the brand that is worldwide known for its colorful design, because this particular model is all about comfort: smooth leather, aluminum, noise-cancelling I think its everything someone might need to get lost in the sounds of music.

We all know that size is not always an indicator of quality, and that is the case with the following gadget. For those music lovers who are not so crazy about huge over-ear headphones 2012 brought Bowers & Wilkins P3 headphones that provide fantastic sound quality and that are so small, light and comfortable you might forget you are wearing them.

Speaking about small and comfortable, there is one more gadget that seems to be getting more popular year after year wireless earpiece. This device has now became classic among gadgets for covert communication, but its constantly getting more advanced and offers more features, more working time, better sound quality and advanced ergonomic design. One of the newest features that wireless earpieces offer is an ability to listen to music covertly with the help of special MWE MP3 set. Just think about it: you are at a boring lecture or a mandatory seminar and can enjoy your favorite music up to 6 hours straight!

As you can see, last year has given us gadget that would satisfy every flavor, so you can listen to music or talk with your friend with more comfort than ever.