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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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Westone's more than 55 years designing custom and universal earpieces provide you a comfortable fit every time.
Within a minute or two, the right earpiece would work its way out of my ear.
Earpieces have also been made to eliminate background noise, and prevent the discomfort often associated with prolonged use.
A source close to the star said: "Carol is outraged people might think she wore an earpiece and was told answers through it.
Bradley, Air Force Reserve Command commander, the earpieces are being introduced in both the B-52 and A10 units are Barksdale.
Our team also took along a Bluetooth - wireless - earpiece, which has been described by some in the industry as legally unsafe.
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.
Providing two of the three rigid anatomy points necessary for reproducibility, the earpieces contact the bone structure of the inner ear; they can remain in position for prolonged periods of time.
The earpieces, weighing less than an ounce, will sell at pounds 7 each and will carry the station's output of opinion, commentary, betting updates, interviews and tips.
He wore a white Nike baseball cap with earpieces, a black jacket and baggy trousers, with brown Rockport boots and a balaclava.
tests on two best-selling earpieces, the Philips Savvy and Ericsson A101-8S.
She ran into trouble two hours before the kick-off in the match between Aston Villa and Liverpool when referee Rob Harris got his two assistants out on the pitch to check over their microphones and earpieces.