Tips on Buying a Headphone for Metal Detecting

Buying a headphone for metal detecting can be challenging as well.  For one, not all headphones are best for metal detecting.Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)

Here are some guide questions that will help you shorten and weed out the best headphone from the ordinary headphones:

  • Does your headphone have a volume control on each ear?

Most metal detectors does not have volume control, having one on your headphone will help you control the volume, you do not want a blasted eardums.

  • Does your headphone have moisture resistant mylar speakers?

Paper cone speakers deteriorate from moisture and eventually mute soft signals.  It is necessary to check if the headphone you are thinking of buying has moisture resistant mylar speakers.

  • Do you know if your detector has a stereo jack?

Having a stereo type headphone with a mono jack will mean you only get sound from one ear.  Ofcourse although you wanted to concentrate on every sound within the hearth, you also would want to hear and bear from awareness from your surroundings–  for upcoming cars, wild animals, or even your wife calling.

The components, frequencies, and Ohms in metal detecting headphones are specially selected to allow you to hear the best with most metal detectors. Most headphones have a selector switch or adapter so that you can use them with all of the detectors that you own. Some specialty headphones can process the audio of metal detectors for maximum depth as well as safeguard your hearing against overly loud signals. These will automatically match your detector’s preferential Ohms.

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