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ear·piece

(ēr'pēs),
A part of a device inserted into the external auditory canal to deliver sound to the ear.

ear·piece

(ēr'pēs)
A part of a device inserted into the external auditory canal to deliver sound to the ear.
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Patented design conceals Bluetooth earpiece inside the necklace, allowing the user to take calls or listen to music: Relaxing at home or on the road just became easier with Miragii.
Later he confessed that he took the earpiece and returned it to me.
A large part of Assembly business is conducted in Welsh, so Cardiff-based ear product specialists Minerva Laboratories were invited to create customised earpieces for non- Welsh speaking members, at a cost of about pounds 75 each.
VoiceClip 604's clip design is especially appealing for users who find over-the-ear headsets uncomfortable or prefer not to wear an earpiece when not using it.
The case includes an LCD screen that displays the battery and earpiece charge levels, as well as Bluetooth connectivity.
A Channel 4 spokesperson said: "As is common for studio recordings, all presenters, including Susie, are in touch via an earpiece to enable them to communicate with producers on matters ranging from camera directions to timings.
Detectives later discovered a folder marked "Police Reports", together with the notepad, badge and an earpiece he had used in a separate incident, at Hudson's home.
The new earpiece is just another "evolution" in technology, he said.
I drive a different car every week so the Bluetooth combination of the Sony Ericsson T610 and matching earpiece seemed ideal.
It also adds side tone, which is the subtle sensation of being able to perceive your own voice in the earpiece, making the VoIP experience feel much like using a standard telephone.
The idea is simple: put holes in noise-blocking earplugs that will let the listener hear audio from the attached earpiece elements while nicely attenuating sounds from the rest of the world.
In a normal cell phone, the earpiece emits sound waves that travel through air to reach your inner ear.