or you can pour $.25 of goo in your ear while flirting with the hot audiologist...
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7/29/09 at 10:17pm
At times I do. One thing that is very, very interesting to me is that I often get tinnitus from too loud a volume on headphone. My 10JPN can do this as can my Ed. 9 but the HD650's can actually take it away. On the JH13's not only can I play them louder but often I have no tinnitus and if I do from something else it is often gone after I use the 13's.
That's if assuming that I was referring to laser technology to scan ear canals; and even if did, it's obvious laser rays don't go around corners (unless a blackhole is nearby)...they do bounce, however. That's how computer mice and scanners scan things. I was thinking just now maybe something like that can be applied to scanning the outline of small concave spaces, such as ear canals. In any case, you guys should practice thinking with innovation in mind; who said anything about shoving a giant scanning machine into your ears? Have you guys forgotten how desktop computer technology gradually changed into laptops...and then even smaller laptops...and then handheld PCs? As I say, anything is possible!
EDIT: I said "changed into". I meant "led to".